The City of Joondalup has installed ‘Think Green Buildings’ signage at five more community facilities after they underwent building retrofits to reduce water consumption and energy and resource use.
A State Government grant of $110,000 will enable the City of Joondalup to retrofit its bathroom facilities at Sorrento Beach (North) to better cater for users with a disability, as well as their families and carers.
Residents can clear out their wardrobes and support a good cause at the same time when the City of Joondalup hosts its third Charity Clothing and Textiles Collection Day this Saturday.
Some striking directional signage can now be found along the City of Joondalup’s 17km section of the Sunset Coast Trail, enabling pedestrians and cyclists to better plan their journeys from Burns Beach in the north to Marmion in the south.
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.