The City is advertising the Joondalup Council proposal to apply differential rates for the 2016-17 Draft Budget, which is expected to deliver an overall rates increase of 2.5%.
The City of Joondalup is calling on the major political parties to make funding and partnership commitments to support its key priority projects in the lead-up to July’s Federal Election.
Local families have given their approval to upgrades made at local parks and playgrounds during the 2015-16 financial year.
Local sporting clubs and residents celebrated the official opening of the City of Joondalup’s newest community building, the Bramston Park Community Sporting Facility in Burns Beach, on Saturday 14 May.
The City of Joondalup will permanently close Hillarys Horse Beach, reconfiguring the current car park to allow for a greater number of car bays for users of the nearby dog beach.
Encompassing Beldon, Burns Beach, Connolly, Craigie, Currambine, Duncraig, Edgewater, Greenwood, Heathridge, Hillarys, Iluka, Joondalup, Kallaroo, Kingsley, Kinross, Marmion, Mullaloo, Ocean Reef, Padbury, Sorrento, Warwick and Woodvale.