Public notices are used to advise Albany residents of road closures, footpath works and rubbish collections within the municipality.

All notices are published in local and/or state publications such as the Albany Advertiser, Great Southern Weekender and West Australian.

2017 Committee Meeting Dates
Note: All Committee Meetings commence at 6.00pm

Commercial, Community & Corporate Services Development & Infrastructure Services
No Meetings Scheduled for January 2017 No Meetings Scheduled for January 2017
Tuesday 14 February 2017 Wednesday 15 February 2017
Tuesday 14 March 2017 Wednesday 15 March 2017
Tuesday 11 April 2017 Wednesday 12 April 2017
Tuesday 9 May 2017 Wednesday 10 May 2017
Tuesday 13 June 2017 Wednesday 14 June 2017
Tuesday 11 July 2017 Wednesday 12 July 2017
Tuesday 8 August 2017 Wednesday 9 August 2017
Tuesday 12 September 2017 Wednesday 13 September 2017
Tuesday 10 October 2017 Wednesday 11 October 2017
Tuesday 14 November 2017 Wednesday 15 November 2017
Tuesday 5 December 2017 Wednesday 6 December 2017

Month 

Year 

Ordinary Meeting (6.00pm)

January 2017  No Meeting
February 2017  28 February 2017
March  2017  28 March 2017
April  2017  26 April 2017 (Wednesday)
May  2017  23 May 2017
June  2017  27 June 2017
July  2017  25 July 2017
August  2017  22 August 2017
September  2017  26 September 2017
October  2017  24 October 2017
November  2017  28 November 2017
December 2017  19 December 2017

The City of Albany is proposing changes to the library parking area as follows:

  • Library carpark – the top level of the carpark adjacent to Collie Street will become permit parking only (currently unlimited parking).

The parking plan can be viewed and downloaded below:

Hard copies can also be obtained from the Library and North Road office.

Download:
16040_Staff Parking Changes (187KB) View File  OR   Download FileMap to show Proposed changes to CBD Parking for Library and Visitor Centre Staff.

The City of Albany advises that vegetation clearing and roadworks will be undertaken on East Bank Road, commencing mid March 2018. Works are expected to be completed by early April 2018.

Drivers and pedestrians are expected to show caution, observe all roadworks signs and obey the on-site traffic controllers in the work area. The City of Albany will endeavour to keep restrictions to a minimum and would appreciate your co-operation in working with on-site staff.

Please direct enquiries to Roger Cation, Team Leader – Civil Infrastructure, at the City of Albany on 6820 3975 during business hours.

The City of Albany advises that drainage works will be undertaken on Meananger Crescent, week commencing 19 February 2018. The purpose of these works is to upgrade the existing drainage system. Construction is expected to be completed by late March 2018.

Drivers and pedestrians are expected to show caution, observe all roadworks signs and obey the on-site traffic controllers in the work area. The City of Albany will endeavour to keep restrictions to a minimum and would appreciate your co-operation in working with on-site staff.

Please direct enquiries to Supervisor – Construction, Rocco Ruffo, at the City of Albany on 6820 3998 during business hours.

The City of Albany will be continuing works in the median strips along North Rd. Next stage of works will be from Barnesby Dr to Bethel Way. These works are scheduled in for 8-10 weeks from February 5th, weather permitting.

There will be traffic management in place so your patience is appreciated. 

If you have any queries please contact Wayne Turner, Developed Reserves Supervisor on 0418833766 or 6820 3952.

The City of Albany advises that roadworks will be undertaken on Alfred Street, commencing late January 2018. Works are expected to be completed by mid February 2018.

Drivers and pedestrians are expected to show caution, observe all roadworks signs and obey the on-site traffic controllers in the work area.The City of Albany will endeavour to keep restrictions to a minimum and would appreciate your co-operation in working with on-site staff.

Please direct enquiries to Rocco Ruffo, Construction Supervisor, at the City of Albany on 6820 3998 during business hours.

The City of Albany advises that works will be undertaken on Middleton Road, between Dog Rock and Adelaide Crescent, commencing mid January 2018.  The purpose of these works is to renew kerbing and drainage, resurface the road and widen the existing cycle lanes.  Works are expected to be completed by late May 2018.

 

Drivers are expected to show caution, observe all road works signs and obey the on-site traffic controllers in the work area. The City of Albany will endeavour to keep restrictions to a minimum and would appreciate your co-operation in working with on-site staff.

 

Road closures will occur during the period of construction and signed detours will be in place.  Access to businesses and properties will be maintained during the closures. 

 

Information about the road closure locations and timeframes will be posted on the City of Albany website as soon as they have been confirmed.

 

Please direct enquiries to Andrew Greenwood, Senior Civil Engineering Officer, at the City of Albany on 6820 3965 during business hours.

The City of Albany advises that works will be undertaken on Millbrook Road, between 0.5km and 2.0km west of Goodfield Road, Green Valley, commencing 22 January 2018. The purpose of these works is to reconstruct and widen the existing road. Works are expected to be completed by late April 2018, weather permitting. 

Drivers are expected to show caution, observe all road works signs and obey the on-site traffic controllers in the work area. The City of Albany will endeavour to keep restrictions to a minimum and would appreciate your co-operation in working with on-site staff.

Please direct enquiries to Andrew Greenwood, Senior Civil Engineering Officer, at the City of Albany on 6820 3965 during business hours.

City of Albany Reserves team would like to advise that the upper and lower carparks at Muttonbird West will be closed from March 12, 2018 through to March 15, 2018.

There will also be limited access from the March 19, 2018 through to the March 23, 2018.

The City is undertaking works to improve parking and traffic flow in the area.

For Further information please call the Natural Reserves Coordinator on 6820 3953.

The City of Albany advises that drainage works will be undertaken on Seymour Street, week commencing 03 April 2018. The purpose of these works is to upgrade the existing drainage system. Construction is expected to be completed by mid May 2018.

Drivers and pedestrians are expected to show caution, observe all roadworks signs and obey the on-site traffic controllers in the work area.The City of Albany will endeavour to keep restrictions to a minimum and would appreciate your co-operation in working with on-site staff.

Please direct enquiries to Supervisor – Construction, Rocco Ruffo, at the City of Albany on 6820 3998 during business hours.

The City of Albany advises that roadworks will be undertaken on Norwood Road, commencing 03 April 2018. Works include the installation of drainage and clearing and are expected to be completed by late May 2018.

Drivers and pedestrians are expected to show caution, observe all roadworks signs and obey the on-site traffic controllers in the work area. The City of Albany will endeavour to keep restrictions to a minimum and would appreciate your co-operation in working with on-site staff.

Please direct enquiries to Roger Cation, Team Leader – Civil Infrastructure, at the City of Albany on 6820 3975 during business hours.

The City of Albany advises that works will be undertaken to upgrade the Lower King Boat Ramp, commencing early April 2018. Project works include defined trailer and single vehicle parking bays; one new All Access parking bay; traffic flow and ramp reverse markings. Works are expected to be completed by mid April 2018.

Temporary interruptions and possible full closure of the ramp may occur during this time.

Drivers and pedestrians are expected to show caution, observe all roadworks signs and obey the on-site traffic controllers in the work area. The City of Albany will endeavour to keep restrictions to a minimum and would appreciate your co-operation in working with on-site staff.

Please direct enquiries to David King, Manager, City Engineering, at the City of Albany on 6820 3964 during business hours.

Pursuant to Section 6.20(2)(a) of the Local Government Act 1995, the City of Albany gives notice that it proposes to borrow money for the construction and upgrade of the Emu Point Boat Pens.  

It is proposed to borrow up to $1,800,000 for a period of up to twenty (20) years, at prevailing interest rates.

Council resolved, by absolute majority, at the Ordinary Council Meeting held on 27 March 2018 to exercise the power to borrow and give one month's local public notice of this intention.

If you have any further queries with regard to this matter, please contact the City's Manager Finance, Duncan Olde, on 6820 3092 or duncano@albany.wa.gov.au.