To view the plans for the proposed development, click here
Residents are advised that the Town of Mosman Park Administration Office and Depot will be closed for business from Friday 24 December 2017 at 4.30pm and will re-open on Tuesday 2 January 2018 at 8.30am.
Please also note that The Grove Library will close on Christmas Eve and open again in the New Year on Tuesday 2 January 2018.
If you experience an emergency during this period, call 000 to speak to emergency services. If the matter is not urgent, send us an email to email@example.com or leave us a message on 9384 1633 and we will respond once services resume.
We wish you a safe and happy festive season and a safe and prosperous New Year.
Aspiring and amateur ornithologists gathered in Mosman Park over the weekend in search of fine feathered beauties, learning much about the native fauna of the Town, and making new friends along the way. The Town’s annual and very popular Brunch with the Birds event was held on Saturday 4 November, attracting dozens of excited locals who delighted in spotting the impressive variety of birds in the Town.
The event was presented in partnership with BirdLife Australia, whose volunteers made presentations about how to distinguish bird gender and species, details about the extraordinary variety of native birds who live in Mosman Park; and then featured a guided walk through Chidley Reserve, where a good combination of terrestrial and foreshore birds observed.
The day culminated with a catered lunch at Chidley Point, which was well received by patrons who by then had walked up an appetite - among them Mayor of Mosman Park, Brett Pollock, who thanked everyone who supported the event with such enthusiasm.
The number and variety of species now being observed in Mosman Park is growing each year, as the hard work of the Town’s bush care programme (supported by the Friends of Mosman Park Bushland) is paying off – thousands of plantings over many years have added to the Town’s native tree stock and biodiversity, and this has brought back our native bird species in great numbers who nest here seeking feed, shelter and shade.
To learn more about the impressive array of bird species who live in Mosman Park, and to spot them for yourself (this is a great activity for all ages), BirdLife Australia have a great set of resources, including a BirdFinder on their website where you can identify the species of bird you spot when exploring Mosman Park. By using their Birdata app, you can help classify and count the birds you observe here in our Town to add to national research data so that we can help track and protect these precious creatures.
You can also help protect our native habitat for our local birds by volunteering with the Friends of Mosman Park Bushland by contacting Coordinator, Sue Conlan by email to Friends of Mosman Park Bushland by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or via their Facebook page
The Mosman Park Town Centre, bounded by Stirling Highway, Johnson, Monument and St Leonards Streets, will experience an exciting transformation.
Did you know the Mosman Park Town Centre is changing? Soon we will have:
• Opportunities for higher density, creating more opportunities for re-development
• Potential for multi-storey dwellings, even as high as six storeys, on Glyde and Stuart Streets and on Stirling Highway
• Three storey high developments permitted on St Leonards Street and Willis Street Enhanced development opportunities will open up our Town to exciting opportunities for new businesses and new residential communities.
Let’s talk to share:
• the opportunities and constraints facing the Town Centre
• your vision for the future of the Town Centre
• how you see Mosman Park as distinctive in the Western Suburbs and Perth
• your priorities for implementation of the vision
• exciting opportunities for new businesses and new residential communities.
We want to hear what your vision, expectations and hopes are for the future of the area. The input of residents, business owners, community groups and visitors will shape this area into a vibrant and attractive town centre to live, work and play in.
How can I get more information?
Click here to see the draft “Town Centre Vision”. Information will be published here as the project develops to keep you informed and involved. Give us a call on 9384 1633 to talk to us or make an appointment with a planner at the Town of Mosman Park.
To get on board you can:
1. Attend one of the workshops on 9, 15, 23 or 29 November at 6pm at the Town of Mosman Park Administration Centre. To attend, please register your interest on our website or call 9384 1633.
2. Complete an online survey on the Town’s website which will be available from 8 November.
3. Visit our pop-up info stand in Glyde Street on Friday 10 November.
4. Send in your written submissions by email to email@example.com – please put “Town Centre Vision submission” in the subject line or by post to PO Box 3, Mosman Park, WA 6912 (Emailed submissions are preferred).
Help us shape the future of our area!
The Town of Mosman Park on Tuesday, 24 October 2017, held a meeting with dog owners in Mosman Park to discuss a range of issues.
In a wide-ranging discussion over two hours, many issues were discussed, ideas suggested and feedback that has been taken on board. The notes from the meeting are available here
The Town has prepared a brochure explaining how dogs are managed in the Town and that clarifies the Town's various on and off-leash areas.
We are also preparing the first of our specialised Mossie Dogs e-newsletters that will be distributed to all registered dog owners in the Town as well as all those who registered their interest in this issue.
To register to receive a copy of the Mossie Dogs e-news, email firstname.lastname@example.org
The brochure relating to dog management in the Town, including the map of dog on/off-leash areas is available here
If you would like a hard copy of this brochure, please visit the Town's Administration Centre in Memorial Drive during office hours - Monday to Thursday 8.30am to 4.30pm.
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.