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.
Council is considering the adoption of the draft Maintenance of Watercourses and Drainage Channels Policy, which seeks to provide guidance and clarification on the application of City funds to maintain and improve drainage channels and natural watercourses.
Before finalising this Policy, Council is seeking feedback from the community.
Please direct feedback to the City’s Senior Project Administrator, Justine Haigh, via email at email@example.com by 10 August 2018.
- DRAFT: Upgrades and Maintenance of Watercourses and Drainage Channels (474KB)Draft policy relating to upgrades and maintenance of watercourses and drainage channels.
The City of Albany advises that a new shared path will be constructed, commencing 06 August 2018, from the existing shared path at Woolstores Place, along Frenchman Bay Road, to the railway line. Works are expected to be completed by the end of September 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 Stephen Trigwell, Coordinator Infrastructure - Maintenance and Construction, at the City of Albany on 6820 3980 during business hours.
Construction is due to commence in early September 2018. Enquiries should be directed to Manager City Engineering, David King on 6820 3964 or firstname.lastname@example.org during business hours.
- Local Area Traffic Management - Bathurst / Nelson Street (1MB)Construction issue design for one way slow points on Bathurst / Nelson Streets
The City of Albany is seeking expressions of interest from community members and/or relevant stakeholders to join the City of Albany Access and Inclusion Working Group for a term of up to five years.
The Working Group acts in and advisory capacity to identify opportunities for improvements to access and inclusion within the City of Albany. The Working Group also acts as a consultative forum for the City for initiatives relating to access and inclusion, and when required, can serve as a liaison body between the City and individuals/groups within the community.
The Working Group is seeking membership from individuals or stakeholders with skills and/or expertise in reducing access and inclusion barriers experienced by people with disability and mental health issues.
Individuals with disability are strongly encouraged to apply.
Expressions of interest, outlining relevant skills and experience in the above areas must be received by close of business 31 August 2018. Please send expressions of interest by email to email@example.com, or by post to:
Attention: Community Development Team
City of Albany
PO Box 484
Albany WA 6331
Copies of the Working Group’s Terms of Reference, as well as further information can be obtained by contacting the Senior Community Development Officer on 6820 3020.