Council will soon begin collecting Bulk Waste (household junk and prunings) in the Town of Mosman Park to assist you in keeping your property looking beautiful.
The next collection of Mixed Waste will take place 14-25 April 2014.
To make the most of this free opportunity to have your waste collected, please note the following advice:
Help us collect your green waste by:
Help us collect your mixed waste by:
PLEASE DON'T PUT OUT
All tree and shrub prunings collected will be recycled into mulch at the Western Metropolitan Regional Council's Greenwaste Recycling facility in Shenton Park.
By recycling our green waste, we reduce landfill, and create mulch for horticulture and landscaping.
Please do not place any waste on your verge any earlier than TEN DAYS before the collection date. Council reserves the right to penalise residents who deposit waste prior to ten days before collection or after the collection has been completed.
Don't deposit any waste AFTER 6am on the day of collection as it will not be picked up.
Once your waste is deposited on your verge, please be patient and wait for the completion of the collection process before contacting Council to enquire about collections in your street.
Unauthorised waste will not be collected. Illegal dumping of waste in the Town of Mosman Park will not be tolerated and any incidences should be reported immediately.
The Mosman Park Community Men's Shed will host a Craft Market on Sunday 16 March at Tom Perrott Reserve.
UPDATE - PROPOSED REDEVELOPMENT OF MOSMAN PARK SHOPPING CENTRE
LOT 54 (NO.50) HARVEY STREET, MOSMAN PARK
The Town of Mosman Park has received a Development Assessment Panel (DAP) application for the redevelopment of Mosman Park Shopping Centre for use as shops and office space at the abovementioned property.
Following a community meeting held on 28 November 2013 at Memorial Hall regarding the abovementioned development proposal the following actions were agreed to by the Town of Mosman Park:
1. Extend deadline for public comment on the proposal to 9 December 2013;
2. Consider an independent assessment of traffic flow in and around the development site;
3. Convene a further meeting with the aim to obtain community input into proposed Council Development Assessment Panel submission; and
4. Confirm the above approach with a report to the December 2013 Ordinary Council Meeting.
A copy of the minutes from the meeting held on 28 November 2013 can be accessed by clicking here
Plans and details of the proposal are available for inspection by clicking here or by visiting the Town of Mosman Park's Administration Centre between 8.30am and 4.30pm Monday to Friday. Comments on the proposal may be submitted to the Town in writing on or before: 9 December 2013.
Submissions may be made in writing to:
Chief Executive Officer
Town of Mosman Park
PO Box 3
MOSMAN PARK WA 6912
or by email to:
Please note: Although comments will be taken into consideration, the application will be determined by a Development Assessment Panel and not by the Council of the Town of Mosman Park.
The Asian paddle crab is an aggressive non-native crab that could spread devastating disease to prawns, crabs and lobsters.
It can carry a disease that causes poisoning in humans, and could out-compete native crabs like our iconic blue swimmer.
The paddle crab is not currently established in Australia, but has significant potential to do so and to become a major pest.
Last year, an Asian paddle crab was found in Mosman Bay. The large recreational fishing and crabbing community are in the best position to detect and report any suspect crabs.
The Department of Fisheries as developed a new App WA Pestwatch where you can track and report these aquatic pests. For more information click here
People who are deaf or have a hearing or speech impairment can call the Town of Mosman Park through the National Relay Service.
The Town of Mosman Park has installed solar panels (photo voltaic cells) on the roof of the Administration building. We’re producing power and reducing carbon emissions.