Safer Albany survey for residents  image
23 May 2018

The City of Albany is inviting residents to complete a short survey following the recent installation of a number of CCTV cameras to expand the City of Albany’s existing public CCTV network. Thanks to funding from Federal Safer Streets and the WA CCTV Infrastructure fund, the City of Albany has installed an additional 30 cameras across Albany in close collaboration with Albany Police.

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Green fitness craze comes to Albany  image
23 May 2018

Albany locals will soon be able to get in shape while reducing litter with the international fitness craze plogging coming to Albany.

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Drains to be transformed into wetland image
18 May 2018

Clearing of the overgrown Wellington Street drains will start next week in preparation to rehabilitate the area into a working wetland that beautifies the area and supports the health and sustainability of Yakamia Creek.

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Australia Day sand sculpture vandal fined image
15 May 2018

The City of Albany has thanked police for their efforts investigating the vandalism of a sand sculpture on Australia Day, which has led to an arrest and conviction over the damage.

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Upgrades to extend Town Hall's rich history image
14 May 2018

Added to the State Register of Heritage Places in 1996, the Town Hall is about to get a new lease of life as the final piece in the City of Albany’s ongoing project to revitalise the city’s civic heart.

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Residents praised for recycling efforts image
10 May 2018

“Good community recycling habits combined with the machine and hand sorting at Albany’s Material Recovery Facility mean the bales of recyclable materials coming out of Albany have low rates of contamination and are more sought after on the recycling market.”

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City's renewable energy goal powers on image
27 April 2018

“Renewable energy is an innovative industry with exciting potential and we want Albany to be part of the solution"

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First guided art tours for Albany image
13 April 2018

For the first time in Albany, trained volunteer Art Guides will guide the public through the Albany Art Prize to expand their understanding and enjoyment of the artworks on exhibition.

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Have your say about the future of coastal strip image
9 April 2018

The City of Albany is inviting the community to have its say on the future of Emu Point and Middleton Beach through a new online social pinpoint survey. In the face of future sea level rise and coastal erosion, we want the community to identify the assets they value the most and give feedback on their protection.

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Middleton Beach design open for comment image
9 April 2018

How Albany’s most popular beachfront looks and feels into the future will be strongly guided by the community with residents and visitors to have input into the design of the area. Draft design guidelines and a foreshore management plan for the Middleton Beach Activity Centre are now open for public comment, with two community information sessions scheduled for this week.

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