Connected Community

It takes a village when it comes to community safety, and everyone shares a responsibility to ensure their neighbourhood remains a welcoming space.

That’s why building a connected community is a key pillar in our Crime Prevention and Community Safety Plan.

Engaged locals working together is the only way we can achieve the best outcomes for our community.

Read more on how you can connect with your neighbours below.

Neighbourhood Watch

The SJ Neighbourhood Watch group meets monthly to discuss community safety initiatives and chat about the key issues happening in your neck of the woods.

Find out more about Neighbourhood Watch

Friendly Neighbourhood Grants

Did you know we have a grants program designed to support local groups or individuals in hosting an event that will foster good neighbourhood connections? Think community barbecues, Easter egg hunts and plenty more!

Got an idea? Grants are open year round! Apply now

Shire events

There's always plenty happening across the Shire, with a bunch of community events making for a packed schedule.

Check out our What's On guide here

Youth in SJ

Educating young people on the importance of community safety plays a key role in shaping our leaders of tomorrow. Our Youth Team attend our SJ Youth Space every week.

Learn more here

Seniors in SJ

WA Seniors Card holders can apply for a subsidy for certain home security items including CCTV and security screen doors.

Find out more