The Rangers should be contacted for service requests or information regarding litter control, off-road vehicles, animal control and straying stock, parking control and illegal camping.
Telephone: 9526 1136
Hours: Summer (November 1 to April 31): Monday to Friday between 7am and 6pm
Hours: Winter (May 1 to October 30): Monday to Friday between 7am and 5pm
Outside these hours contact can be made by phoning 9526 1136 and leaving a brief message and contact details. If the report is of a serious nature a Ranger will contact you at their first opportunity and if the report is of a routine nature, a Ranger will contact you on the next working day.
If the matter is of an immediate life threatening nature or an emergency, an incident report should be made through 000 or the relevant Emergency Service Agency.
If you wish to lodge a complaint please complete a Service Request Form and forward to the Shire.
Service Request Form (38KB)
Rangers Services is considered an invaluable additional resource for Emergency Service agencies and are trained in Incident Control procedures, traffic control and other general skills. They attend Local Emergency Management Committee (LEMC) meetings, liaise with other agencies such as WA Police Service, State Emergency Service, CALM, Fire and Emergency Services Authority, Bushfire Brigades, Department of Agriculture, Water Corporation, Department of Community Development to support and assist these agencies with emergency incidents as required.
Rangers are Fire Control Officers, assisting with incident management and the administration of the Bush Fires Act 1954 and Regulations. They also liaise with:
and assist with: