The Town of Mosman Park has put together a helpful brochure with advice on how to park safely around schools in our Town.
You can download a copy of the brochure here
The Town of Mosman Park has secured grant funding to care for both its Indian Ocean coastline and Swan River bank in two separate announcements by the State Government in recent days.
In partnership with the City of Fremantle, the Town successfully applied for a Coastal Adaptation and Protection grant – the Port Leighton and Mosman Beach coastal monitoring program (Year 2), provided by the Western Australian Department of Transport at a value of $12,500.
The grant will continue the work that began with last year’s grant-funded project, which commenced the monitoring of the stretch of coastline from Mosman Beach to Port Beach, as recommended in the Coastal Hazard Risk Management Adaption Plan (CHRMAP).
The CHRMAP, endorsed by council in November 2017, identifies risks to coastal assets, and community values, from the coastal processes of sea level rise, coastal erosion and accretion, and inundation and developed a planning and management response to those risks.
In addition, this week the Town has was also successful in its application for a Riverbank grant for Point Roe Park. The grant for $15,030, along with the Town’s partnership contribution of $15,125, will allow further revegetation of the salt marsh sedgeland, a recognised Threatened Ecological Community, and enhance the area for the waterbirds that use the site. Some of these birds, such as the Common Sandpiper and Crested Tern, are considered vulnerable species. The grant also includes a bird hide to help raise the awareness of these waterbirds and educate the community on how they can help protect these water birds.
Mayor Pollock was delighted that the State Government had recognised the importance of the maintenance and preservation of the Town’s ocean and river frontages and looked forward to a continued partnership that would monitor, restore and protect these zones into the future.
“We live Between River and Sea - that is who we are, and many people choose to live in Mosman Park because they want to get close to nature. It is our responsibility, in partnership with the State Government and our volunteers, to keep these places safe for future generations to enjoy.”
Mayor Pollock (centre) us pictured here at Point Roe with Cr Andrew Maurice (left) and Cr Andrew Baird (right)
Get your running shoes ready because STOMP is on again this September!
STOMP is an initative of the Mosman Park Youth Advisory Council that is based on 'The Amazing Race'.
Teams of 2-6 young people travel around to various locations around the Town on foot, while competing in exciting Checkpoint Challenges along the way. Many of the community groups in the Town of Mosman Park host Checkpoint Challenges, so it's a fantastic way to connect young people with the community.
Registrations are now open!
🤘 WHEN: Sunday 8 September
🤘 REGISTER HERE: www.stomp2019.eventbrite.com.au
Check out this video made by the team at Into the Blue Media (some super talented young people!) that captured STOMP in 2016 😍
The Town of Mosman Park would like to advise residents that the next round of collections for bulk and green waste will begin on Monday 7 October 2019.
Residents are able to put their bulk waste out ten days prior to collection from Friday 27 September onwards.
All tree and shrub prunings collected will be recycled into mulch at the Westr Metro Recycling Centre in Shenton Park. Please click here if you would like to view their website.
Please do not place any waste on your verge any earlier than TEN DAYS before the first day of collection.
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.
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 first day of collection as it will not be picked up.
Illegal dumping of waste in the Town of Mosman Park will not be tolerated and any incidences should be reported immediately.
The Town of Mosman Park is seeking community input about the draft Street Tree Masterplan that was created based upon community values and aspirations for Mosman Park streetscapes both now and into the future.
Trees in our suburbs are an essential part of building strong and resilient cities as we battle new challenges such as declining rainfall and rising temperatures which are linked to climate change.
Urban trees provide us with shade, protection from the harsh Perth elements, habitat for birds, and purification of the air. Recent research has been showing trees to play a role in increasing property values by up to 5%, as well as increasing social cohesion among the local community.
The draft Street Tree Masterplan provides a current snap shot of the Town’s streetscapes in terms of performance, diversity, health, and more, and provides recommendations for improvement in the short, medium, and long term. Part of these recommendations is the expansion of the Town’s canopy by 350 trees per year and broadening the tree species to beyond the traditional peppermint and bottlebrush trees to include other much-loved tree styles.
“Our Town is committed to extending our tree canopy each year, as a way to offset the heat sink that is caused in built-up communities and maintain Mosman Park as the green, leafy oasis it is. Trees provide shade and visual appeal, enhancing our streetscapes, parks and reserves and bushlands and this draft Master Plan guides the choice of species and planting locations for our Town for years to come,” Mayor Pollock said.
The Town invites interested parties to view and download a copy of the draft Street Tree Masterplan from this link
Comments are due by close of business on Monday 26 August, 2019 and can be done via clicking here for the online survey, by email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject “Street Tree Masterplan” in the heading or a hard copy can be hand delivered to the Administration Centre in Memorial Park or posted to PO Box 5, Mosman Park WA 6912.
The Town will also hold three face to face sessions at the Administration Building, Corner Bay View Terrace and Memorial Drive, to answer any of your questions about the Street Tree Masterplan. These sessions are being held on the following dates;
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.