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Community safety takes all of us

Report anti-social and disruptive behaviour online with the Town and Department of Communities here. For police presence call 131 444.

Underground Power Project update

What's the latest and next steps

Changes to submitting Building Permits

Important - plans submitted as part of a Building Permit application must match the plans associated with the approved DA otherwise an amended DA will be required.

Domestic Violence and Crisis Support

The Town is committed to ensuring Mosman Park continues to be a safe and welcoming place to live. If you or someone you know is experiencing a life threatening emergency, call 000 now.

Town of Mosman Park announces new Council-elect for 2023

The Town of Mosman Park would like to announce and congratulate its new Council-elect:

Four-year term (term expires 16 October 2027):
BAIRD, Andrew
CORBYN, Sarah
ARMSTRONG, Russell
Two year term (term expires 16 October 2025):
MAURICE, Andrew

A Special Council Meeting will take place on Monday 23 October at which the new Councillors will be sworn in.

If you are unable to attend in person, you may join the Swearing in Ceremony & Special Council Meeting Teams Session online:  Click here to join the meeting

Meeting ID: 495 643 484 233
Passcode: 2ZzZCi

The full results from the 21 October election are here

Councillors in Western Australia are elected for four-year terms. Half the Council is up for election every two years. The preferential voting system is used to determine the outcome of elections.

The Council of the Town of Mosman Park is made up of six¬†Councillors and a popularly elected Mayor. In this year’s, four Councillor positions were up for election (3 x 4-year terms and 1 x 2-year terms).

Voting in a local government election is not compulsory in Western Australia, although all people eligible to vote are strongly encouraged to do so. Elections at the Town of Mosman Park are postal elections run by the Western Australian Electoral Commission.

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