There's a lot happening in our community, from exciting regional events to local planning matters and development.
A snapshot of some of the items discussed, and decisions made at the November Ordinary Council Meeting.
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A reserve in Oldbury will be re-named Ted Love Conservation Park in recognition of the late Ted Love for his contribution to the Serpentine Jarrahdale community for more than four decades.
Developers and the Shire of Serpentine Jarrahdale would partner to deliver community infrastructure under a draft plan released for public comment.
Residents are encouraged to have their say on a name for the Shire’s new dog park currently being built at the corner of Larsen Road and Sansimeon Boulevard, Byford.
The Mundijong Volunteer Bush Fire Brigade are better equipped to manage the upcoming bushfire season after taking ownership of a new bulk water carrier last month.
A strategy to guide the Shire of Serpentine Jarrahdale to meet its future water needs has been recognised with an Australian Water Association’s (AWA) Western Australian Water Award.
The Shire of Serpentine Jarrahdale hosted the Peel Development Commission (PDC) Board on Wednesday, 23 October, to provide an update on the Shire’s key advocacy projects.
Three new Councillors and two returning Councillors were sworn in to their positions at a Swearing in Ceremony on Monday, 21 October.