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 Returned and Services League (RSL Albany Sub-Branch) plans to deliver the regular program of Anzac day events on Tuesday 25 April 2017. 

To facilitate this program, the RSL has approval for the following road closures:

Tuesday 25 April

3.00am – 6.30am        Apex Drive

9.00am – 10.45am      York St closed from Serpentine Rd to Stirling Tce roundabout                                    

9.00am – 12.30pm      York St closed between Stirling Tce and Princess Royal Drive

9.00am – 12.30pm      Princess Royal Dr closed between Residency Rd and York St

If you require further details about the Anzac Albany 2017 commemorations, updated information is available on the website: www.anzacalbany.com.au

The National Anzac Centre currently receives an average of over 70,000 visitors per year and an opportunity exists for a commercial operator to provide tourism and transport services in order to add further value to what is already a visitor experience of national significance.

The City of Albany is seeking expressions of interest from established commercial operators to provide professional tour guiding and transport services and/or a unique transport based visitor experience within the Albany Heritage Park, including Mt. Adelaide, Mt. Clarence, the Princess Royal Fortress and National Anzac Centre precinct.

Ideally the operator will possess the following:

-           A vehicle or fleet of vehicles capable of accommodating up to 30 people
-           Relevant insurances
-           Tourism industry experience
-           Guided tour experience
-           Cultural and heritage tourism experience

For further information or to register your interest please contact the Manager, Albany Heritage Park via email at: matthew.hammond@albany.wa.gov.au

It is hereby notified for public information and in accordance with Section 18 of the Bush Fire Act 1954 that the City of Albany suspended the Restricted Burn Time (RBT) in the NORTH EAST SECTOR (NES) of the City of Albany for 14 days from the 6th October 2017. The new start time for the RBT in the NES will be 20th October 2017. This time may change due to weather condition.

The City of Albany and the Volunteer Bush Fire Brigades will be carrying out a number of prescribed burns between September and October 2016.  Burns will be conducted when conditions are suitable for a cool burn to be undertaken.  DFES and other emergency services will be kept informed of these actions.  The City of Albany will be monitoring the forecast weather conditions to select the most appropriate conditions to undertake each burn.  All prescribed burns will be announced on the ABC Great Southern Radio (ABC630 AM), and signage will also be displayed in the area.

The City of Albany uses prescribed burns to maintain the biodiversity of the wide range of ecosystems in the City Reserves and to reduced fuel loads so that the impact of wildfires are not as destructive or extensive close to built up areas.

A list of areas planned for prescribed burning in 2017 is available at the City of Albany’s North Road Reception Desk.

Please direct enquiries to Darren Little, Fire Liaison Officer at the City of Albany on 9841 9254 during business hours.

Notice is hereby given, in accordance with Regulation 64(2)(a) of the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015, that the Hon. Minister for Planning approved City of Albany Local Planning Scheme Amendment No. 2 on 25 July 2016, for the purposes of:


(1) Transferring a portion of Lot 3000 Emu Point Drive, Collingwood Park from the ‘Parks and Recreation’ local scheme reserve to the ‘Future Urban’ zone;

(2) Reserving a portion of Lot 3000 Emu Point Drive, Collingwood Park and Lot 3001 on Deposited Plan 51548 and a portion of Lot 1523 Emu Point Drive, Emu Point for ‘Parks and Recreation’; and

(3) Amending the Scheme Maps accordingly.


Copies of the Scheme Amendment are available from Development Services at the City of Albany, 102 North Road, Yakamia.