Small business is big business. And the City of Joondalup is not only open for business; it is actively supporting and encouraging business to take advantage of the opportunities and advantages of being located in Joondalup.
The City of Joondalup welcomed 73 people into the Australian family at a spectacular Citizenship Ceremony at HBF Arena prior to the recent West Australian Football League match between the West Perth and Subiaco Football Clubs.
Premier Colin Barnett, Local Government Minister Tony Simpson and several members of State Cabinet were in attendance at the launch of the Tri Cities Alliance at Parliament House on Thursday 25 June.
The City of Joondalup will discontinue its City Watch patrol service from October, replacing it with a significantly expanded and enhanced 24 hour a day, seven-day- a-week (in house) Ranger and Community Patrol Service.
Joondalup Council has approved the City’s 2015-16 Budget at its meeting held on Tuesday 23 June, which included an overall rate increase restricted to 3.9 per cent for most ratepayers – lower than many other metropolitan local governments – and no increase in refuse charges.
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.