Our dedicated Rangers work around the clock; playing an important role in ensuring you feel safe in your community. They patrol the local area daily to ensure Mosman Park is a thriving place to live, work, and play.
- Town Rangers are able to assist with the following:
- Dog held for collection
- Dog attack – Please contact a Ranger on 9383 6600 or complete the appropriate form below and return to firstname.lastname@example.org. Once notified the Ranger will investigate.
Complainant Statement, Witness Statement, ((Alleged) Offender Statement
- Dog Barking – Please contact a Ranger on 9383 6600 and/or read the attached instructions.
Then if necessary, complete the diary which is included in the instruction pack , and return to email@example.com.
- Snakes in residents properties – Rangers don’t attend snakes in bushland after hours
- People driving in a reserve and still at the location
- Parking- only where residents cannot leave or access their property
- Other emergency incidents such as trees down, obstruction of roads or driveways, flood damage etc.
- Parking Permits -A maximum of two (2) permits can be made available per premises at the Town’s discretion.
Apply for a Parking Permit here
2. IMPORTANT REMINDER FOR YOUR PET
Keeping your Registration and Microchip details current saves the Ranger from unnecessary and time consuming searches, and importantly gets your pet home quickly. It might also save a stay at the impound which saves you $$.
Registration – contact the Town of Mosman Park by email firstname.lastname@example.org
Microchip – contact your Microchip company.
- Moving into the Town of Mosman Park – Welcome! Please contact us by email@example.com or 089383 6600.
- Getting a new pet
- Rehomed a pet
- Pet deceased
- Moving out of the area – Sad to see you go. Enjoy your new adventure!
This all helps us to have quick access to records especially if your pet has wandered off your property
Updating your Microchip record is especially important when the Rangers or residents find your lost pet. If there is no other identification on the animal the Ranger can scan for a microchip, and then submit to the relevant microchip company for owner details.
3. REPORTING CRIME:
Report all crime, suspicious behaviour and useful information that may prevent or help solve crime, to Police.
- Call 000 in an emergency or life-threatening situation or when urgent police assistance is needed.
- Call 131 444 for police assistance or attendance when it is not an emergency.
- Contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or report online if you have information about any crime, suspicious activities, or useful information that may help prevent a crime.
Doing so will help ensure Police resources and Ranger services are allocated efficiently.
Get in touch with a Town Ranger by calling 9383 6600 (including emergencies/after hours)