Public Notice — Adoption of 10-Year Strategic Community Plan

In accordance with Regulation 19D(1) of the Local Government (Administration) Regulations 1996, notice is provided of the adoption of the City of Joondalup Strategic Community Plan 2022–2032.

The new plan — Joondalup 2032 — was adopted by Council at the Ordinary Council Meeting of Tuesday 28 June 2022.

The plan is available for inspection online.

JAMES PEARSON
Chief Executive Officer

Strategic Community Plan — Joondalup 2032

Notice of Special Council Meeting

The City of Joondalup gives public notice of a Special Council Meeting to be held in Council Chambers, Joondalup Civic Centre, Boas Avenue, Joondalup on Tuesday 5 July 2022, commencing at 5.45pm.

The purpose of the meeting is to consider:

  • The appointment of an Elected Member to perform the duties of Mayor.

This meeting is open to all members of the public. Questions and Statements must relate to the purpose for which the meeting has been called.

For further information, please contact the City’s Governance Coordinator on 9400 4369.

JAMES PEARSON
Chief Executive Officer

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Subscribe to a City eNewsletter during July and automatically go into the draw for a chance to win a Craigie Leisure Centre one-month multi access membership, valued at $199.00. With 12 regular newsletters available, there is a wide range of interests and topics covered for both residents and businesses.

Sign up for a chance to win. Good luck.

Additional recycling bin (Yellow lid bin)

If you consistently have more recycling waste than will fit in your bin, you can order an additional recycling bin for an extra fee.

The establishment fee and annual service fee for the first year is $123.00.00 and is payable upon application.  The annual fee thereafter will be approximately $54.00 per year and will be added to the annual rates and charges.

Please note: The person applying for the additional bin needs to be the owner of the property or the managing agent.

What can I put in my Recycle Bin?

Want to order an additional recycling bin? please complete the form below.

Additional Greens Waste Bin (Green lid bin)

If you consistently have more green waste than will fit in your bin, you can order an additional greens waste bin for an extra fee.

The establishment fee and annual service fee for the first year is $105.00 and is payable upon application.  The annual fee thereafter will be approximately $36.00 per year and will be added to the annual rates and charges.

Please note: The person applying for the additional bin needs to be the owner of the property or the managing agent.

What can I put in my Greens Waste Bin?

Want to order an additional green waste bin? please complete the form below.

Council Approves 2022/23 Budget

The Joondalup Council has approved the City’s 2022/23 Budget at its June meeting, including an increase of 4.09% to the general rates charge.

The 2022/23 Budget has been influenced by a changed economic environment over the last 12 months, with significant movement in inflation and the first interest rate increases since 2010.

The economic environment of high inflation and interest rate rises is projected to persist in the immediate future. In addition, the COVID-19 pandemic and resultant state of emergency continues to be a disruption to normal economic and social activity.

The 2022/23 Budget continues measures taken in 2020/21 to mitigate the impact of COVID-19 on the wider community, including the local economy, with rates revenue only marginally above 2019/20 rates levels.

The budget highlights include:

  • $3.5 million contribution to new Ocean Reef Sea Sports Club facility
  • $2.3 million to the Chichester Park clubroom redevelopment
  • $1.7 million to Ocean Reef Park toilets and changerooms reconstruction, irrigation upgrade and associated works, playspace renewal
  • $1.6 million to coastal shared path
  • $1.4 million to Joondalup Drive / Hodges Drive intersection upgrade
  • $1 million to Craigie Leisure Centre
  • $950,000 to Craigie Leisure Centre geothermal bore replacement
  • $814,000 to Sorrento Surf Life Saving Club redevelopment
  • $500,000 to Leafy City program

Joondalup Mayor Albert Jacob said the 2022/23 Budget enables the City to continue to provide quality programs and services whilst minimising the rates burden for residents.

“On any fair measure, this is a responsible budget that allows the City of Joondalup to have one of the lowest rating levels in the State, both in terms of rate in the dollar and minimum rate levels,” Mayor Jacob said.

“The rates rise is significantly lower than CPI and it is also lower than the increase to the State Government’s Emergency Services Levy, which the City collects on their behalf.

“Two-thirds of residential properties will be charged a general rates levy lower than in 2019-20, due to the pandemic relief measures that the City first undertook in 2020-21.

“We understand that residents have been impacted by cost of living pressures, but local governments are not immune to price increases. Whether it be fuel for the City’s fleet, utilities such as power and water at City facilities or invoices for work and materials, costs have increased significantly in the current market.

“There are some exciting projects on the horizon, including continued progress on the Ocean Reef Marina and Craigie Leisure Centre upgrades, as well as the much-needed redevelopment of the Sorrento Surf Life Saving Club.

“I encourage residents to visit the City’s website for more information on these and other works to be undertaken over the City’s 22 suburbs in the next 12 months.”

City of Joondalup ratepayers can sign up to the eRates service to receive their 2022/23 rates notices and instalment reminders by email rather than by post. Register on the City’s website.

Residents are also reminded that in 2022/23 they will be able to download the annual waste guide, greens tipping and shredded green waste (mulch) vouchers directly from the City’s website from Friday 1 July 2022.

Residents who require assistance to download their vouchers and access the guide online can visit any of the City’s Libraries and the Customer Service team at the administration building (90 Boas Avenue, Joondalup). Print copies are also available on request.

Budget Highlights by Suburb

BELDON

Ocean Reef Road / Gwendoline Drive intersection improvements ($536,000*) **

Gwendoline Drive resurfacing and rehabilitation works ($412,000*)

Harrier Way resurfacing and rehabilitation works ($116,000)

Fantome Road, Electra Street resurfacing and rehabilitation works ($99,000)

Cowalla Gardens resurfacing and rehabilitation works ($96,200)

Lockeville Close resurfacing and rehabilitation works ($68,200)

Woodbridge Mews resurfacing and rehabilitation works ($64,000)

Newtown Grove resurfacing and rehabilitation works ($57,500)

Milton Court resurfacing and rehabilitation works ($46,000)

Tranby Court resurfacing and rehabilitation works ($45,000)

Margery Close resurfacing and rehabilitation works ($40,000)

 

BURNS BEACH

Burns Beach coastal node redevelopment ($400,000) **

Burns Beach café/restaurant/kiosk construction ($146,000) **

 

CONNOLLY

Country Club Boulevard resurfacing and rehabilitation works ($290,000*)

Hodges Drive resurfacing and rehabilitation works ($123,038*)

St Michaels Avenue resurfacing and rehabilitation works ($85,400*)

Oakmont Turn resurfacing and rehabilitation works ($77,200)

Fairway Circle resurfacing and rehabilitation works ($75,000*)

 

CRAIGIE

Craigie Leisure Centre upgrades Stage One ($1,043,000)

Craigie Leisure Centre geothermal bore replacement ($950,000)

Eddystone Avenue shared path upgrade ($830,000*) **

Chadstone Road resurfacing and rehabilitation works ($109,000)

Craigie Open Space bushland path renewals ($100,000)

Mandarin Court resurfacing and rehabilitation works ($62,000)

Dromana Place new pathway on eastern verge ($47,000)

Camberwarra Park lighting improvements ($47,000)

Rosette Close and Otway Place lighting replacement ($45,000)

Camberwarra Drive / Dromana Place pedestrian crossing improvement ($40,000)

Barradine Way new pathway on western verge ($32,000)

 

CURRAMBINE

Connolly Drive (Sussex Way to Burns Beach Road) western verge path replacement ($135,000)

Bainbridge Mews and Oriana Place laneways resurfacing and rehabilitation works ($55,000)

Christchurch Park changerooms refurbishment ($30,000)

Oakland Hills Boulevard to Delamere Avenue roundabout new path connection ($16,500)

 

DUNCRAIG

Sorrento Football Club changeroom and grandstand additions ($700,000*)

Killen Park and Sycamore Park amenity improvements ($400,000)

Readshaw Drive (Marmion Avenue to Barker Drive) resurfacing and rehabilitation works ($215,000*)

St Andrews Way resurfacing and rehabilitation works ($168,000)

Bernedale Way (including Poynter Drive intersection) resurfacing and rehabilitation works ($150,400*)

Sillmon Way resurfacing and rehabilitation works ($140,400)

Virgilia Street resurfacing and rehabilitation works ($131,200)

Melene Park playspace replacement ($120,900)

Greenlaw Park playspace replacement ($120,900)

Galston Park playspace replacement ($120,900)

Percy Doyle Reserve soccer pitch #1 irrigation renewal and carpark lighting renewals ($105,000*)

Duncraig Early Learning Centre new universal access toilet ($100,000)

Mapleton Place resurfacing and rehabilitation works ($96,200)

Mandara Court resurfacing and rehabilitation works ($96,000)

Sycamore Drive (Tecoma Street to Scadden Street) new pathway ($93,000)

Kinloch Place resurfacing and rehabilitation works ($77,200)

Juniper Park parking improvements ($75,000*)

Tarata Court resurfacing and rehabilitation works ($69,200)

Jope Place resurfacing and rehabilitation works ($49,000)

Percy Doyle Reserve football / tee-ball clubroom upgrades ($40,000) **

Glengarry Park tennis court lighting improvement ($40,000)

Elmton Court resurfacing and rehabilitation works ($34,000)

Colac Way northern verge path ($20,000)

 

EDGEWATER

Joondalup Drive (Treetop Avenue to Wedgewood Drive) eastern verge path replacement ($405,000*)

Stillwater Way resurfacing and rehabilitation works ($186,600)

Lakevalley Park playspace replacement ($120,900)

Joondalup Drive (northbound) resurfacing and rehabilitation works ($97,221*)

Amber Grove resurfacing and rehabilitation works ($68,700)

 

GREENWOOD

Allenswood Road resurfacing and rehabilitation works, including Blackall Drive, Merivale Way and Leschenaultia Street roundabouts and approaches ($443,200*)

Warwick Road (eastbound) resurfacing and rehabilitation works ($268,360*)

Wirilda Crescent resurfacing and rehabilitation works ($212,200)

Warrigal Park parking improvements ($195,000*)

Turramurra Way resurfacing and rehabilitation works ($187,000)

Kurrajong Place resurfacing and rehabilitation works ($183,700*)

Melaleuca Drive resurfacing and rehabilitation works ($148,400)

Pullan Place resurfacing and rehabilitation works ($124,400)

Lambertia Street resurfacing and rehabilitation works ($108,200)

Kanangra Park playspace replacement ($104,500)

Gilmerton Way resurfacing and rehabilitation works ($93,200)

Gerda Park playspace replacement ($74,400)

Pimelia Court resurfacing and rehabilitation works ($72,200)

Maple Street resurfacing and rehabilitation works ($66,200)

Greenwood Scout Hall refurbishment and minor works at Calecstacia Hall ($40,000*)

Hartley Park, Birch Park and Filbert Park landscape improvements ($30,000) **

Hepburn Avenue / Karuah Way intersection upgrade* ($30,000) **

Liwara Place (Orkney Road to shared pathway) new pathway on southern verge ($20,000) **

 

HEATHRIDGE

Prince Regent Park parking improvements ($165,000)

Poseidon Primary School (Roderick Court) parking improvements ($100,000*)

 

HILLARYS

Flinders Park roof replacement and playspace renewal ($275,900*)

Mawson Crescent (including Shackleton Avenue roundabout) resurfacing and rehabilitation works ($227,600*)

Pinnaroo Point parking improvements ($150,000)

Orbell Road resurfacing and rehabilitation works ($120,400*)

Whitfords Avenue Coastal Fencing Renewals ($120,000)

Nimrod Place resurfacing and rehabilitation works ($99,000)

Buchan Place resurfacing and rehabilitation works ($80,000)

Hepburn Avenue / Amalfi Drive roundabout improvements ($25,000*) **

Waterford Drive to Fenton Way pathway ($11,000)

 

ILUKA

Iluka Beach Park shade sail installation ($50,000)

Sir James McCusker Park place of reflection ($47,000*)

 

JOONDALUP

City Centre Streetscape Renewal Program ($400,000) **

Joondalup Drive / Hodges Drive intersection upgrade* ($400,000) **

McLarty Avenue Multi-Storey Car Park construction ($300,000) **

Joondalup Drive streetscape upgrades ($300,000) **

Joondalup Drive (Shenton Avenue to Moore Drive) western verge path replacement ($250,000)

Joondalup Drive (northbound Sundew Rise to Injune Way, southbound Moore Drive to Kennedya Drive) resurfacing and rehabilitation works ($225,182*)

Joondalup Reception Centre refurbishment ($175,000)

Joondalup Drive (Clarke Crescent to Collier Pass) eastern verge path resurfacing ($140,000)

Kennedya Drive new pathway and replacements ($122,000)

Grand Boulevard / Boas Avenue / McLarty Avenue intersection resurfacing and rehabilitation works ($72,765*)

Joondalup Drive / Lakeside Drive traffic signal improvements ($15,000*) **

Joondalup Library and Joondalup Civic Centre energy efficiency initiatives ($100,000)

 

KALLAROO

Marmion Avenue / Coral Street intersection upgrade ($368,960*) **

Stanford Park sump beautification ($160,000)

Castlecrag Park playspace replacement ($120,900)

Whitfords Avenue / Westfield Whitford City roundabout resurfacing and rehabilitation works ($80,979*)

Juno Court resurfacing and rehabilitation works ($51,200)

Castlecrag Drive / Henderson Drive intersection upgrade ($45,000)

Whitfords West Park amenity improvement ($25,000) **

 

KINGSLEY

Whitfords Avenue / Kingsley Drive intersection upgrade ($118,400*)

Charlton Court resurfacing and rehabilitation works ($114,000)

Halwood Court resurfacing and rehabilitation works ($101,000)

Kylie Way resurfacing and rehabilitation works ($99,000)

Edith Close resurfacing and rehabilitation works ($77,200)

Becton Court resurfacing and rehabilitation works ($54,200)

Barridale Park irrigation and playspace replacement ($18,000)

 

KINROSS

Kinross Drive footpath (western side of Callender Park) ($25,000)

 

MARMION

Clifford Coleman Park amenity improvements ($225,000)

Cliff Park playspace replacement and landscaping improvements ($189,400*)

Whiley Road resurfacing and rehabilitation works ($163,600)

Peirse Way resurfacing and rehabilitation works ($143,000)

Charsley Crescent resurfacing and rehabilitation works ($124,200)

McKirdy Park playspace replacement ($78,000)

Marmion Foreshore (West Coast Drive, opposite Troy Avenue) new drinking fountain and shower ($30,000)

 

MULLALOO

Mullaloo Drive (Marmion Avenue to Koorana Road) resurfacing and rehabilitation works ($191,800*)

Mullaloo Drive retaining wall refurbishment (supporting Warringah Close) ($100,000)

Scaphella Avenue / Meridian Drive intersection upgrade ($70,000*)

Johnson Crescent drainage improvements ($40,000)

Mullaloo Foreshore connection from north beach to coastal pathway ($20,000) **

 

OCEAN REEF

Contribution to new Ocean Reef Sea Sports Club facility ($3,500,000)

Ocean Reef Park toilets and changerooms reconstruction, landscape and irrigation improvements, playspace replacement ($1,735,900)

Beaumaris Park and Copeland Gardens path replacements ($185,000)

 

PADBURY

Wentworth Park, Fraser Park and Byrne Park landscape improvements ($645,000)

Marmion Avenue / Forrest Road intersection upgrade ($596,000*) **

Whitfords Avenue / Gibson Avenue intersection upgrade ($226,056*)

Gibson Avenue (Barclay Avenue to Warburton Avenue) resurfacing and rehabilitation works ($182,200*)

 

SORRENTO

Sorrento Surf Life Saving Club redevelopment ($814,000) **

Parnell Avenue (between Lane Two and Clontarf Street) parking improvements ($245,000*)

Hood Terrace resurfacing and rehabilitation works ($163,200)

Hawkins Avenue resurfacing and rehabilitation works ($155,000)

Cowper Road / Parker Avenue intersection upgrade ($150,000)

Seacrest Drive (Marmion Avenue to Reef Court) resurfacing and rehabilitation works ($110,200*)

St Patricks Road (between Lane Three and High Street) parking improvements ($95,000*)

Geneff Park LED lighting improvement ($50,000)

 

WARWICK

Erindale Road / Eddington Road children’s crossing improvement ($105,000)

Glenmere Park playspace replacement ($74,400)

Revitalisation of Hillwood Park North infrastructure, Carr Park and Hillwood Park South minor improvements ($30,000) **

 

WOODVALE

Chichester Park clubrooms redevelopment ($2,331,000)

Whitfords Avenue eastbound (Trappers Drive to Moolanda Boulevard) rehabilitation works ($341,312*)

Trappers Drive intersection and pedestrian improvements ($235,000*)

McCubbin Park irrigation renewal ($140,000)

Lyell Grove resurfacing and rehabilitation works ($102,000)

Gascoyne Park bore iron filter installation ($95,000*)

Everard Close resurfacing and rehabilitation works ($60,000)

 

 

MULTIPLE SUBURBS

Leafy City Program works in Edgewater, Mullaloo and Duncraig ($500,000) **

Road Preservation and Rehabilitation Program ($220,000)

Minor sump landscaping and fencing improvements ($195,000*)

Tree Planting Program ($175,000)

Building component renewal and upgrade programs ($170,000)

Stormwater drainage renewal and upgrade programs ($150,000)

BMX track upgrades at Quarry Park and Kanangra Park ($130,000)

Lighting infrastructure renewals program ($130,000)

Park vehicle entry renewal program ($125,000)

Pathway replacement program ($105,000*)

Changeroom shower modifications ($95,000*)

Universal access path improvements ($80,000)

Pedestrian accessibility improvements ($75,000*)

Park minor asset renewal program ($60,000)

Tennis court resurfacing at Timberlane Park, Heathridge Park and Harbour View Park ($60,000)

Cricket infrastructure renewal at Seacrest Park and Ellersdale Park ($50,000)

Minor irrigation renewal program ($50,000)

Minor road safety improvements ($50,000)

Basketball pad renewal program ($50,000)

Path and Public Access Way lighting ($50,000)

Distributor and Local Road lighting ($50,000)

Basketball pad installation program ($45,000)

Park seating renewal program ($40,000)

Bus shelter installation, pad and path upgrades ($35,000*)

Natural areas minor asset improvements ($30,000)

Conservation reserves signage – pathogen and Noongar season ($20,000)

 

NOTE: Funding shown is for 2022/23 only.

* Subject to grant and/or external funding.

** Multi-year project.

Plastic Free in the City of Joondalup

The City of Joondalup is excited to announce that WA Plastic Free will be providing free assistance to local food retailers as they adapt to the single-use plastic free future.

From 2022 onwards the WA State Government is introducing a single-use plastic item ban as part of a national effort to combat plastic pollution. WA Plastic Free will be providing free assistance to City businesses as part of that transition, through funding provided by the WA State Government.

Food retailers such as cafes, bars, restaurants, kiosks and vans are eligible for the program. The focus will be on single-use takeaway items where sustainable practices and alternative products already exist.

The global packaging industry is changing fast, which is fantastic for communities and the planet, but many local businesses are not yet fully prepared. City of Joondalup businesses will be able to receive free on the ground support with WA Plastic Free to help in this transition.

Local businesses can register their interest at waplasticfree.org/join.

2022/23 Waste Services Guide and Tipping Vouchers FAQ

What has changed?

The City is taking new measures to enhance its reputation as WA’s leading local government when it comes to environmental sustainability.

 In 2022/23, residents will be able to download the annual Waste Services Guide, greens tipping and shredded green waste (mulch) vouchers directly from the City’s website.  This will save approximately 1.5 tonnes of paper.

Why the change?

The City receives many phone calls throughout the year from new residents and those that cannot find their waste services guide and vouchers.

This change enables the City’s residents to download the vouchers when they need them.

How does the new system work?

The Waste Services Guide is available on the City’s website.  From Friday 1 July 2022 residents can visit joondalup.wa.gov.au/greenstippingvouchers and request their greens tipping and shredded green waste (mulch) vouchers by completing the online form with name, address and email address. The vouchers will automatically be sent via email and can be downloaded to a smart device and are immediately ready for use.

Vouchers then only need to be shown on a phone or iPad at the Wangara Greens Recycling Facility for the QR code to be scanned (along with a valid ID to show proof of address, if requested).

I don’t have a smart device, what can I use?

Residents will be able to print the vouchers out at home and take to the Wangara Greens Recycling Facility to be scanned upon entry.

I don’t have a printer, what can I do?

Physical copies of both the guide and vouchers will be provided upon request for residents without the ability or support to access guides or vouchers electronically.

Assistance is also available at any one of the City’s Libraries or from the Customer Service team at the administration building should residents require assistance.

Can my mower man still use them?

As per previous years your mower man can present your pass with a letter from the resident stating that they are your contractor and have permission to use the pass.

Can I get a physical copy sent to me?

We also know that one size does not always fit all, as such, printed copies of both will be available to residents upon request by contacting the City’s Customer Care team on 9400 4255.

More information on the 2022/23 waste guide and tip passes will be available at joondalup.wa.gov.au/greenstippingvouchers from 1 July 2022.

Ocean Reef Park – Construction of new toilet/changeroom facility

To access tenders please go to the City’s e-Procurement portal managed by Tenderlink

Tender Number 002/22
Tender name Ocean Reef Park – Construction of new toilet/changeroom facility
Advertisement Date 25 June 2022
Tender Closing Date and Time 20 July 2022, 2.00pm
Advertisement Notice 002/22
List of names of tenderers
Contract Type Fixed Price
Award By
Award Date
Awarded To
Price Consideration (ex GST)

 

City News Business Deals

The City invites expressions of interest from local businesses to showcase your business to 60,000 households via the City News community newsletter.

Businesses are invited to register a discount/promotion using the form below to be included in the Deals section on the back page of City News. This is a great opportunity to expose your business to your local community and attract new customers.

City News Business Deals Expression of Interest

Business Address(Required)
Please provide details of the proposed promotion you would like to offer City of Joondalup residents through City News Deals
Please list any terms and conditions applicable to your proposed promotion

Terms and Conditions: 
– Businesses must be based within the City of Joondalup.
– Businesses must provide a discount or offer that is available to all City of Joondalup residents.
– Businesses must be a member, or sign up to the Joondalup Business Catalogue to be eligible for inclusion – membership is free.
– Eligible businesses will go into a draw to be selected for the opportunity.
– Three business promotions are available per edition.
– City News is distributed to all City of Joondalup households in March, July, October and December.
– The City of Joondalup reserves the right to select the appropriate businesses for this opportunity.

Greens Tipping Vouchers 2022/23

2022/2023 Greens waste vouchers now available to download

The City of Joondalup is taking new measures to enhance its reputation as WA’s leading local government when it comes to environmental sustainability.

In 2022/23, residents will be able to download the annual waste guide directly from the City’s website, saving about 1.5 tonnes of paper every year.

From Friday 1 July Tipping vouchers will include a unique QR code that can be downloaded onto a smart device to be shown and scanned at the Recycling Centre.

Vouchers only need to be shown on a phone or iPad at the recycling facility for the QR code to be scanned (along with a valid ID to show proof of address, if requested).

City Libraries and the Customer Service team at the administration building can assist residents to download their voucher and access the guide online.

Print copies will also be available on request.

Green waste tipping

The City issues residents with four green waste Tipping vouchers per year, for use at the Wangara Greens Recycling Centre. Resident can dispose of up to 500kgs of green waste per tipping voucher.

These vouchers are valid for a financial year and can only be used on weekends and public holidays at the Wangara Greens Recycling Centre. Entry fees will apply without a valid voucher.

As the green waste is shredded and turned into mulch it is extremely important to make sure there are no other items mixed into the green waste such as, sand, treated timber, building rubble or concrete.

PLEASE NOTE: Any commercial services using residential vouchers for greens tipping will need a letter from the resident whose property the greens are from when presenting the vouchers for use at Wangara Greens Recycling.

Free mulch

The greens processed at the Wangara greens recycling facility is shredded and turned into mulch. This mulch is available for use on your gardens to keep the moisture in the soil from evaporating and adds organic matter to the soil.

Pick up your free mulch, using your mulch vouchers, from Wangara Greens Recycling Facility. Mulch can be collected in trailers or utes which must be covered by tarpaulins and secured with rope.

Fees apply without a valid tipping or mulch voucher.

The Wangara Greens Recycling Centre is owned and run by the City of Wanneroo. Please visit the City of Wanneroo website for opening times and COVID restrictions.

For further information, read the 2022/23 Waste Services Guide and Tipping Vouchers FAQs.

Greens Tipping Vouchers 2022

Materials testing and analysis support services

To access tenders please go to the City’s e-Procurement portal managed by Tenderlink

Tender Number 026/22
Tender name Materials testing and analysis support services
Advertisement Date 8 June 2022
Tender Closing Date and Time 23 June 2022, 2.00pm
Advertisement Notice 026-22
List of names of tenderers
  1. Aslab Pty Ltd
Contract Type Schedule of rates
Award By
Award Date
Awarded To
Price Consideration (ex GST)

 

Arts and Cultural Guide 2022-23

The City of Joondalup is proud to present the 2022-23 cultural program celebrating all the visual and performing arts activities on offer throughout this upcoming season.

The City’s cultural program provides an opportunity for the community to access world-class events, exhibitions, workshops and programs across every art form.

After two seasons of COVID-19 impacting programming and disrupting public event delivery, the 2022-23 season endeavours to represent a new chapter and return to adventurous artistic programming and hosting local, national and international artists in Joondalup. What underpins the artistic program is our intention to present work by our local community, produce performances and exhibitions for the community and co-design work with the community.

 

To keep up to date, sign-up to the Arts in Focus eNewsletter.

To ensure we are delivering COVID Safe events, the City will take direction from the State Government on any restrictions that may be in effect at the time.

Invitation to join panel of pre-qualified suppliers for the supply of swimwear, activewear and associated products for Craigie Leisure Centre

To access tenders please go to the City’s e-Procurement portal managed by Tenderlink

Invitation Number 022/22
Title Invitation to join panel of pre-qualified suppliers for the supply of swimwear, activewear and associated products for Craigie Leisure Centre
Advertisement Date 21 May 2022
Closing Date and Time 8 June 2022, 2.00pm
Advertisement Notice 022-22
List of names of tenderers
  1. Speedo Australia Pty. Limited
  2. Vorgee Pty Ltd
  3. Way Funky Company Pty Ltd (Alternative Offer)
Contract Type Schedule of rates
Award By
Award Date
Awarded To
Price Consideration (ex GST)

 

Notice of Intention to Levy Differential Rates

In accordance with Section 6.36 of the Local Government Act 1995, the City of Joondalup hereby gives notice of its intention to impose differential rates on rateable property in the City of Joondalup in the 2022/23 financial year.

Details of the proposed differential rates are available in the Notice. Please review this Notice prior to submitting a submission to the City.

The cents in the dollar ($) shown in the Notice below are estimates and may be changed as part of the Council’s deliberations on any submissions received. All statutory entitlements in relation to rates for pensioner and other concession holders will apply.

The objects of and reasons for each proposed rate and minimum payment may be inspected at any time on the City’s website or at the City of Joondalup Administration Office, Boas Avenue, Joondalup.

The City invites submissions in relation to the proposed differential rates which are to be addressed to the:

Chief Executive Officer
City of Joondalup
PO Box 21, Joondalup WA 6919

Or by email to info@joondalup.wa.gov.au.

Submissions to be received by Friday 10 June 2022, 4.30pm.

Premier attraction at City Business Forum

The Hon. Mark McGowan MLA, Premier of Western Australia, will provide the keynote speech at the City of Joondalup’s first business forum of 2022 at Joondalup Resort on Thursday 2 June.

Mr McGowan will address the forum theme: Growing the global economy through local communities, speaking about the importance of economic diversification for the State and how strategic growth centres like Joondalup will play a significant role in WA emerging stronger from the pandemic.

The Premier will then discuss these issues in a conversation session with City of Joondalup CEO James Pearson.

It is the second time the Premier has attended a City of Joondalup business forum, having previously delivered a keynote speech at the City’s June 2019 forum. Premier McGowan and his Cabinet met in Joondalup in 2020.

A sold-out audience of 320 is expected.

“Setting up our State for the future is one of my Government’s key priorities and the most fundamental way to achieve that is to diversify the economy,” Mr McGowan said.

“We are investing across a range of industries and economic infrastructure projects in Perth’s north and beyond to drive deeper economic diversification and generate jobs.

“My Government’s Diversify WA strategy and WA Jobs Plan are enabling us to build a resilient economy as Western Australia continues to reconnect with the world.”

Also speaking at the forum will be Chamber of Commerce and Industry WA (CCIWA) Chief Economist Aaron Morey.

Mr Morey will provide an update on the WA economy, bringing to light some of the challenges and supply chain vulnerabilities that have emerged during COVID-19 and highlighting the impact the pandemic has had on housing markets and local communities.

Joondalup Mayor Albert Jacob said it was testament to the high regard that the City and its business forums are held that Mr McGowan had again put aside time to address the Joondalup and northern metropolitan business community.

“This is an opportunity for key City stakeholders to hear directly from the Premier of our State about the Government’s strategy to boost and sustain economic growth and the opportunities it offers to people and businesses in Joondalup, and the northern region we serve, as WA emerges stronger from the COVID-19 challenge,” he said.

“Supply chain disruption, the global pandemic and the changing workplace affect our community, families, employment and businesses.

“As Perth’s northern growth and innovation hub, with capabilities in education, health, cyber, tourism, AI, robotics and digital, the post-pandemic world presents major opportunities for Joondalup.”

Those interested in attending can register online via Ticketbooth by Friday 27 May.

For more information, contact the City’s Economic Development team on 9400 4564 or email business@joondalup.wa.gov.au

Provision of works to extract and transport sand from Sorrento Beach to Hillarys Beach

To access tenders please go to the City’s e-Procurement portal managed by Tenderlink

Tender Number 021/22
Tender name Provision of works to extract and transport sand from Sorrento Beach to Hillarys Beach
Advertisement Date 23 April 2022
Tender Closing Date and Time 18 May 2022, 2.00pm
Advertisement Notice 021-22
List of names of tenderers
  1. Estimating & Civils Australia Pty Ltd
  2. MMM (WA) Pty Ltd
  3. NEO Civil Pty Ltd
Contract Type Fixed Price
Award By
Award Date
Awarded To
Price Consideration (ex GST)

 

Draft Joondalup Place Activation Strategy & Draft Joondalup City Centre Place Activation Plan

The City of Joondalup is seeking feedback on its draft Joondalup Place Activation Strategy and draft Joondalup City Centre Place Activation Plan.

The draft Joondalup Place Activation Strategy has been developed to provide an overarching framework for place activation projects in the City of Joondalup.

The draft Joondalup City Centre Place Activation Plan has been developed as a pilot project for the Joondalup City Centre specifically. This plan was prepared in consultation with community and business members.

Written feedback can be provided through the Online Submission Form, via email, or via post to:

Chief Executive Officer
City of Joondalup
PO Box 21
Joondalup WA 6919

ONLINE SUBMISSION FORM

Feedback accepted: Thursday 21 April 2022 – Wednesday 11 May 2022

Provision of repairs, routine and preventative maintenance, and minor modifications of existing fire services

To access tenders please go to the City’s e-Procurement portal managed by Tenderlink

Tender Number 019/22
Tender name Provision of repairs, routine and preventative maintenance, and minor modifications of existing fire services
Advertisement Date 13 April 2022
Tender Closing Date and Time 11 May 2022, 2.00pm
Advertisement Notice 019-22
List of names of tenderers
  1. Central Fire Services Pty Ltd
  2. E Group Holdings Pty Ltd t/as E Fire and Safety
  3. Fire Shield Services Pty Ltd
  4. Firesafe Service and Maintenance Pty Ltd
  5. FSA (WA) PTY LTD
  6. Jaypoint Nominees Pty Ltd t/as HECS Fire
  7. Workpower Inc
  8. Wormald Australia Pty Ltd
Contract Type Schedule of rates
Award By
Award Date
Awarded To
Price Consideration (ex GST)

 

Hydrothermal application for the control of weeds to nominated locations

To access tenders please go to the City’s e-Procurement portal managed by Tenderlink

Tender Number 018/22
Tender name Hydrothermal application for the control of weeds to nominated locations
Advertisement Date 9 April 2022
Tender Closing Date and Time 28 April 2022, 2.00pm
Advertisement Notice 01822
List of names of tenderers
  1. ENVIRONMENTAL INDUSTRIES PTY LTD
  2. GREENSTEAM AUSTRALIA PTY LTD
Contract Type Schedule of rates
Award By
Award Date
Awarded To
Price Consideration (ex GST)

 

Herbicide application for the control of weeds to nominated locations

To access tenders please go to the City’s e-Procurement portal managed by Tenderlink

Tender Number 013/22
Tender name Herbicide application for the control of weeds to nominated locations
Advertisement Date 9 April 2022
Tender Closing Date and Time 28 April 2022, 2.00pm
Advertisement Notice 01322
List of names of tenderers
  1. Environmental Industries Pty Ltd
  2. Sanpoint Pty Ltd (LD Total)
  3. Tiger Pest and Weed Control Pty Ltd as Trustee for G & S Blazeski Family Trust (Tiger Pest & Weed Control)
  4. GTE Track Spray Pty Ltd as Trustee for GTE Track Spray Discretionary Trust
Contract Type Schedule of rates
Award By
Award Date
Awarded To
Price Consideration (ex GST)

 

City of Joondalup – Fencing Amendment Local Law 2021

Under the powers conferred by the Local Government Act 1995 and under all other powers enabling it, the Council of the City of Joondalup resolved on Tuesday 15 February 2022 to adopt the Fencing Amendment Local Law 2021.

The purpose of this local law is to amend certain provisions within the City of Joondalup Fencing Local Law 2014.

The effect of this local law is to better clarify the sufficient fence provisions and other requirements within City of Joondalup Fencing Local Law 2014 and to ensure information is current with prevailing legislation.

The Fencing Amendment Local Law 2021 was published in the Government Gazette on Tuesday 29 March 2022 and will come into effect on Tuesday 12 April 2022.

Copies of the adopted Fencing Amendment Local Law 2021 can be found on the City’s website and at all City of Joondalup Public Libraries and the Administration Centre.

 

JAMES PEARSON

Chief Executive Officer

 

 

Invitation to join panel of pre-qualified suppliers for the provision of hand weeding services in natural areas

To access tenders please go to the City’s e-Procurement portal managed by Tenderlink

Invitation Number 006/22
Title Invitation to join panel of pre-qualified suppliers for the provision of hand weeding
Advertisement Date 6 April 2022
Tender Closing Date and Time 27 April 2022, 2.00pm
Advertisement Notice 006-22
List of names of tenderers
  1. GreenSteam Australia Pty Ltd
  2. Natural Area Holdings Pty Ltd (Natural Area Consulting Management Services)
Contract Type Schedule of rates
Award By
Award Date
Awarded To
Price Consideration (ex GST)

 

Provision of catering and function centre services at Joondalup Reception Centre

To access tenders please go to the City’s e-Procurement portal managed by Tenderlink

Tender Number 009/22
Tender name Provision of catering and function centre services at Joondalup Reception Centre
Advertisement Date 2 April 2022
Tender Closing Date and Time 27 April 2022, 2.00pm
Advertisement Notice 009-22
List of names of tenderers
  1. Acclaimed Catering Pty Ltd (withdrawn 27 June 2022)
Contract Type Schedule of rates
Award By
Award Date
Awarded To
Price Consideration (ex GST)

 

Bushfire mitigation – Firebreaks and fuel reduction

To access tenders please go to the City’s e-Procurement portal managed by Tenderlink

Tender Number 017/22
Tender name Bushfire mitigation – Firebreaks and fuel reduction
Advertisement Date 30 March 2022
Tender Closing Date and Time 20 April 2022, 2.00pm
Advertisement Notice Ad 017-22
List of names of tenderers
  1. Environmental Industries Pty Ltd
  2. Martins Environmental Services Pty Ltd
  3. Natural Area Holdings Pty Ltd
Contract Type Schedule of rates
Award By
Award Date
Awarded To
Price Consideration (ex GST)

 

Special Meeting of Council

In accordance with regulation 12(3) of the Local Government (Administration) Regulations 1996 and clause 2.6 of the City of Joondalup Meeting Procedures Local Law 2013, a Special Meeting of Council will be held in the Council Chambers at the Joondalup Civic Centre, 102 Boas Avenue, Joondalup, on Tuesday 29 March 2022, commencing at 7.00pm.

The purpose of the meeting is for Council to:

  1. Consider the Development Agreement and Land Transfer Deed between the City of Joondalup and DevelopmentWA associated to the Ocean Reef Marina Development;
  2. Consider authorising the Chief Executive Officer to sign a Form 1A (Application for Approval of Freehold, Survey-Strata, Leasehold (Survey-Strata) or Community Titles (Land) Scheme Subdivision form) in order to facilitate the lodgement and processing of the first stage subdivision for the Ocean Reef Marina Development;
  3. Consider a contribution from the City towards the proposed Ocean Reef Sea Sports Club (ORSSC) building.

This meeting is open to the public and will be subject to COVID-19 requirements and protocols.

JAMES PEARSON
Chief Executive Officer

Provision of an integrated cloud CCTV system

To access tenders please go to the City’s e-Procurement portal managed by Tenderlink

EOI Number 010/22
EOI name Provision of an integrated cloud CCTV system
Advertisement Date 12 March 2022
EOI Closing Date and Time 29 March 2022, 2.00pm
Advertisement Notice 010-22
List of names of respondents
  1. Leagold Pty Ltd (Tecsec Security Solutions)
  2. Alpha Global Pty Ltd
  3. Blue Force Pty Ltd
  4. Castle Security
  5. Crown Security (WA) Pty Ltd (Crown Integrated Systems)
  6. CMAK Technologies Pty Ltd
  7. Fortis Security Pty Ltd
  8. Secom Technical Services Pty Limited as Trustee for Secom Technical Service Unit Trust
  9. Sontec WA Pty Ltd (Sontec Integrated Systems)
  10. VROC Australia Pty Ltd
  11. WARRGAMBI Pty Ltd
Approved By
Approved Date
Approved List of Acceptable Tenderers

 

Upgrade to Sorrento football club changerooms

To access tenders please go to the City’s e-Procurement portal managed by Tenderlink

Tender Number 011/22
Tender name Upgrade to Sorrento football club changerooms
Advertisement Date Saturday 5 March 2022
Tender Closing Date and Time Wednesday 23 March 2022, 2.00pm
Advertisement Notice 011-22
List of names of tenderers
  1. Hoskins Investments Pty Ltd as Trustee for MR Hoskins Family Trust (AE Hoskins & Sons)
  2. Construct360 Pty Ltd
  3. Hickey Constructions Pty Ltd
  4. Riverslea Construction Pty Ltd
  5. Solution 4 Building Pty Ltd
Contract Type Fixed Price
Award By Council CJ073-05/22
Award Date 17 May 2022
Awarded To Hickey Constructions Pty Ltd
Price Consideration (ex GST) $945,751

 

Bulk green waste collection and processing services

  1. To access tenders please go to the City’s e-Procurement portal managed by Tenderlink
Tender Number 020/22
Tender name Bulk green waste collection services
Advertisement Date Saturday 5 March 2022
Tender Closing Date and Time Wednesday 23 March 2022, 2.00pm
Advertisement Notice 020-22
List of names of tenderers
  1. Alvito Pty Ltd as Trustee for The Tony Stampalia Trust (Incredible Bulk)
  2. Craneswest (WA) Pty Ltd (Western Tree Recyclers)
  3. West Tip Waste Control Pty Ltd as Trustee for Stefna Family Trust (West Tip Waste Management)
Contract Type Schedule of rates
Award By Council CJ076-05/22
Award Date 17 May 2022
Awarded to Alvito Pty Ltd as Trustee for The Tony Stampalia Trust trading as Incredible Bulk

 

Craigie Leisure Centre – geothermal refurbishment

To access tenders please go to the City’s e-Procurement portal managed by Tenderlink

Tender Number 012/22
Tender name Craigie Leisure Centre – geothermal refurbishment
Advertisement Date 26 February 2022
Tender Closing Date and Time 23 March 2022, 2.00pm
Advertisement Notice 012-22
List of names of tenderers
  1. Envar Engineers and Contractors Pty Ltd
  2. Melchor MEP Pty Ltd
  3. The Trustee for SS Family Trust (SOS Mechanical Solutions)
Contract Type Fixed price
Award By Council

CJ074-05/22

Award Date 17 May 2022
Awarded To Melchor MEP Pty Ltd
Price Consideration (ex GST) $1,165,581

 

Laying of brick pavers

To access tenders please go to the City’s e-Procurement portal managed by Tenderlink

Tender Number 014/22
Tender name Laying of brick pavers
Advertisement Date 26 February 2022
Tender Closing Date and Time 22 March 2022, 2.00pm
Advertisement Notice 014-22
List of names of tenderers
  1. Construct Paving Services Pty Ltd
  2. HCC (Aust Pty Ltd (Positive Paving Pty Ltd)
  3. Safety Tactile Pave Pty Ltd as Trustee for STP Family Trust (Safety Tactile Pave)
Contract Type Schedule of rates
Award By Council CJ075-05/22
Award Date 17 May 2022
Awarded To Construct Paving Services Pty Ltd
Price Consideration (ex GST) $912,063 (estimated)

 

Supply and delivery of precast stormwater drainage products

To access tenders please go to the City’s e-Procurement portal managed by Tenderlink

Tender Number 015/22
Tender name Supply and delivery of precast stormwater drainage products
Advertisement Date 26 February 2022
Tender Closing Date and Time 22 March 2022, 2.00pm
Advertisement Notice 015-22
List of names of tenderers
  1. Holcim (Australia) Pty Ltd t/as Humes
  2. TC Precast Pty Ltd (Hydra Storm)
Contract Type Schedule of rates
Award By
Award Date
Awarded To All offers declined
Price Consideration (ex GST)

 

Notice of Special Electors’ Meeting

The City of Joondalup gives public notice of a Special Electors’ Meeting to be held in Council Chambers, Joondalup Civic Centre, Boas Avenue, Joondalup on Thursday 10 March 2022, commencing at 7.00pm.

The City has received a request by more than 100 electors to discuss the effects of mandatory vaccination.

The matters to be discussed at the meeting, as requested by electors, include:

  • The effect of mandatory vaccination on electors, ratepayers, residents and business in the district;
  • The effect of mandatory vaccination on the local government’s affairs and the performance of the local government’s functions; and
  • Motions to be voted on for an advocacy position against mandatory vaccination for the Council to consider adopting to provide leadership and guidance to the community in the district.

This meeting is open to all electors of the City of Joondalup and will be subject to COVID-19 requirements and protocols.

Please Note: Public attendance at all City of Joondalup meetings has been restricted, in order to maintain the required physical distancing between people, the maximum public attendance at meetings is capped at 50% capacity, 106 people (81 in the Chamber and 25 in the adjoining lobby).  Any members of the public wishing to attend the meeting above this limit will unfortunately not be able to attend.

JAMES PEARSON

Chief Executive Officer

Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) Community Reference Group

The City of Joondalup is developing its inaugural level Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) as a framework for the City to realise its vision for reconciliation by creating practical actions built on relationships, respect and opportunity.

Reconciliation Australia reports that the RAP framework should help the City of Joondalup contribute meaningfully to reconciliation by:

  • Building and encouraging relationships between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, communities, organisations, and the broader Australian community.
  • Fostering and embedding respect for the world’s longest surviving cultures and communities.
  • Developing opportunities or services to improve socio-economic outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and communities.

Members

Deputy

Community Member Representatives

  • Pauline Boscato
  • Jane Burns
  • Adam Casley
  • Marcus Kaden
  • Kathy Kickett
  • Anne Marie Mullaney

Organisational Representatives

  • Gaelle Gouillou, The Spiers Centre
  • Dennis Simmons, Maar Koodjal Aboriginal Corporation
  • Sharon Wood-Kenny, Djinda Bridiya Wellbeing Australian Aboriginal Organisation – (Chair)

 

Waste Service Changes

The City’s waste collection contractor, SUEZ, is continuously reviewing service continuity and pandemic response plans in line with the WA Governments evolving COVID-19 protocols. The SUEZ Operations Centre covers approx. 161,000 properties across the Cities of Bassendean, Stirling, and Joondalup.

With WA now operating under high caseload protocols and the expectation of widespread COVID-19 cases in WA in the coming weeks, Suez has implemented split shift starting times for all collection drivers based at their Wangara Operations Centre.

Collections will commence from 5.00am for a limited time. To minimise disruption, original starting locations have been maintained with only very small number of bins not being presented at 5.00am with the City returning to pick up the missed bins.

This move is to minimise the risk of transmission of COVID-19 between staff interacting in groups at the commencement and end of collection shift. This action greatly reduces the possibility of cross infection within waste collection teams.

Whilst WA is under a ‘state of emergency’, section 74 of the Emergency Management Act 2005 (WA) states “rubbish and refuse can be collected without any restrictions on the time when that delivery or collection can occur.”

The City will strive to ensure collections are maintained as much as possible in the coming weeks.

Freedom of information

Under the Freedom of Information Act 1992 the City is required to provide a general right of access to documents and records the City holds (although some documents cannot be accessed and are exempt). Documents and records that can be accessed can be either personal or non-personal records and documents.

Freedom of Information application requirements

All applications will require the following:

Enough detail to enable the requested documents to be identified (such as property address, subject matter, date range).

An Australian postal address and contact details (such as telephone number and email address). An application fee of $30.00 (for non-personal information). Other fees and charges may apply in processing the application. These will be identified once the application is received and processed. The City will consult with the applicant to keep them informed of any additional charges that may apply.

Lodging a Freedom of Information

Application to access personal information

Application to access non-personal information

 

If not lodged online, applications can be lodged in the following manner:

  • Post: Chief Executive Officer, PO Box 21, Joondalup WA 6919
  • Email (hard copy forms) to info@joondalup.wa.gov.au
  • Fax: 9300 1383
  • In person: City of Joondalup Administration, 90 Boas Avenue, Joondalup

Freedom of Information Statement

The Freedom of Information Act 1992 requires the City to publish an annual Information Statement. This guide to the City serves as that statement and as a reference to the City’s functions, responsibilities and information it holds.

This guide details the structure and function of the City, ways in which the public can participate in the City’s decision making processes and how the public can gain access to City documents.

 

Supply and installation of a synthetic bowling club green to Sorrento bowling club

To access tenders please go to the City’s e-Procurement portal managed by Tenderlink

Tender Number 005/22
Tender name Supply and installation of a synthetic bowling club green to Sorrento Bowling Club
Advertisement Date 8 January 2022
Tender Closing Date and Time 25 January 2022, 2.00pm
Advertisement Notice 005/22
List of names of tenderers
  1. Evergreen Synthetic Grass (WA) Pty Ltd as trustee for The M & N Trust (Evergreen Synthetic Grass)
Contract Type Fixed price
Award By
Award Date
Awarded To
Price Consideration (ex GST)

 

Supply, delivery and installation of gates, bollards and bushland fencing

To access tenders please go to the City’s e-Procurement portal managed by Tenderlink

Tender Number 004/22
Tender name Supply, delivery and installation of gates, bollards and bushland fencing (including repair or removal of existing fencing)
Advertisement Date 8 January 2022
Tender Closing Date and Time 25 January 2022, 2.00pm
Advertisement Notice 004/22
List of names of tenderers
  1. Agrimate Pty Ltd as Trustee for Bezuidenhout Trading Trust T/as Agrimate
  2. Barra Civil and Fencing Pty Ltd as Trustee for Barra Civil and Fencing Trust
  3. Natural Area holdings Pty Ltd (Natural Area Management & Services)
  4. Peter Wood Fencing Contractors Pty Ltd as Trustee for Wood Peter Family
Contract Type Schedule of rates
Award By
Award Date
Awarded To
Price Consideration (ex GST)

 

Turf leaf, plant leaf, soil and parasite analysis, and application audits

To access tenders please go to the City’s e-Procurement portal managed by Tenderlink

Tender Number 001/22
Tender name Turf leaf, plant leaf, soil and parasite analysis, and application audits
Advertisement Date 8 January 2022
Tender Closing Date and Time 25 January 2022, 2.00pm
Advertisement Notice 001/22
List of names of tenderers
  1. Greenshed Pty Limited (Living Turf)
  2. Sports Turf Technology Pty Ltd
Contract Type Schedule of rates
Award By Chief Executive Officer
Award Date 2 March 2022
Awarded To Sports Turf Technology Pty Ltd
Price Consideration (ex GST) $187,128 (estimated)

 

Get involved in the 2022 Joondalup Festival

Do you have a food and beverage business in Joondalup City Centre, Hillarys Boat Harbour, Westfield Whitford City, Kingsley, and Greenwood?

The Joondalup Festival has been revamped to 2022 and the City would like to invite your business to be involved.

The City is inviting local businesses to register a discount/offer/special to be promoted to the Joondalup Festival audience.

The 2022 Joondalup Festival will be held over three weeks from Friday 11 March until Saturday 2 April 2022 at various locations across the City of Joondalup.

The Joondalup Festival is the northern corridor’s premier cultural event and has attracted crowds of up to 50,000 over one weekend in previous years.

Benefits for your business

  • Be included in the Festival Deals marketing campaign which includes website, social media and signage
  • Exposure to the festival audience which includes both the local and regional visitor markets
  • Listing on the Joondalup Festival website

Register your interest below and one of our team will get in touch.

2022 Joondalup Festival Deals Registration

Enter the business trading name.
Enter the business trading address.
Provide one contact person for the campaign.
Provide details on the Festival Deal you propose to offer to Joondalup Festival attendees.
Provide any known terms and conditions for your proposed offer.

Further details

  • The 2022 Festival Deals campaign will be delivered through the Litt app during March and April 2022.
  • The target market for the Joondalup Festival is families and people aged over 25 years. Businesses can tailor their Festival Deal to appeal to these markets.
  • The Festival will spread across the City of Joondalup with programming in Joondalup City Centre, Hillarys Boat Harbour, Westfield Whitford City, Kingsley and Greenwood.
  • Offers will be redeemed using the Litt app and the Festival audience will be encouraged to download the app to access these offers.
  • Registrations close Thursday 10 March 2022.

To see the full programming of events head to the Joondalup Festival Website

For further information contact the City’s Economic Development team.

Enterprise business platform implementation

To access tenders please go to the City’s e-Procurement portal managed by Tenderlink

Tender Number 003/22
Tender name Enterprise business platform implementation
Advertisement Date 29 January 2022
Tender Closing Date and Time 22 February 2022, 2.00pm
Advertisement Notice 003/22
List of names of tenderers
  1. CATHARA CONSULTING PTY LTD (Alternative Offer)
  2. VERITEC PTY LTD (ATTURRA CLOUD CAMPUS/ATTURRA CLOUD BUSINESS SOLUTIONS)
  3. HCL AUSTRALIA SERVICES PTY.LTD
  4. INSIGHT ENTERPRISES AUSTRALIA PTY LTD
  5. VELRADA CAPITAL PTY LTD
Contract Type Schedule of rates
Award By
Award Date
Awarded To
Price Consideration (ex GST)

 

 

Provision of transactional banking services

To access tenders please go to the City’s e-Procurement portal managed by Tenderlink

Tender Number 016/22
Tender name Provision of transactional banking services
Advertisement Date 29 January 2022
Tender Closing Date and Time 22 February 2022, 2.00pm
Advertisement Notice 016/22
List of names of tenderers
  1. Commonwealth Bank of Australia
  2. National Australia Bank Ltd
  3. Westpac Banking Corporation
Contract Type Schedule of rates
Award By
Award Date
Awarded To
Price Consideration (ex GST)

 

 

Parking for people with disabilities

Disability or accessible parking is available throughout the City of Joondalup. If an easy access bay is not available, disability parking permit holders can park in a standard parking bay and still receive the concessions provided by the City.

Disability parking permits

The following permits are recognised by the City:

  • Western Australian disability parking permits, which consist of two separate parts – the Australian Disability Parking Permit and the ACROD Parking Program Card (both parts must be displayed).
  • Interstate and overseas permits.

The following conditions apply for a permit to be valid:

  • The permit must be current.
  • The expiry date and permit number must be clearly visible from outside the front of the vehicle.
  • The permit holder is present in the vehicle at the time of parking.

Fee-payable areas

  • Parking tickets must be purchased in paid parking areas.
  • Concession provides twice the time purchased (for instance one hour parking restriction allows two hours of parking).

Time restricted areas

Areas with a parking restriction of:

  • less than 30 minutes – Concession provides a maximum parking time of 30 minutes
  • between 30 and 60 minutes – Concession provides a maximum parking time of two hours
  • over one hour – Concession provides a maximum time that is double the amount of time shown on the sign.

 

Availability of 2020-21 Annual Report and Annual General Meeting of Electors

The City of Joondalup Annual General Meeting of Electors will be held in the Council Chamber, Joondalup Civic Centre, Boas Avenue, Joondalup on Tuesday 8 February 2022 commencing at 5.30pm.

The order of business for the Annual General Meeting is as follows:

The 2020-21 Annual Report will be available for viewing from the City’s website and the City’s Customer Service Centre following its adoption at the Special Meeting of Council held on Tuesday 21 December 2021.

JAMES PEARSON

Chief Executive Officer

 

City Announces New Director

The City of Joondalup has announced the appointment of Chris Leigh as the new Director of Planning and Community Development.

The appointment was endorsed by the Joondalup Council at its December meeting earlier this week.

Mr Leigh replaces Dale Page, who left the City last month to take up the position of General Manager, Planning and Economic Development at the City of Perth.

Mr Leigh has served as the City’s Manager Planning Services since November 2016, and prior to this was a Senior Associate at CLE Town Planning and Design and a Senior Planner at the City of Stirling. He is also the current President of the Local Government Planners Association.

He will lead the City’s Planning, Community Development and Library, and Regulatory Services business units.

Joondalup Mayor Albert Jacob said Mr Leigh’s appointment followed a rigorous selection process involving a highly competitive field of candidates.

“Chris brings strategic nous, experience and skills to this position,” Mayor Jacob said.

“His knowledge and familiarity with our processes and people, and the issues we are dealing with, will stand him in good stead.”

Mr Leigh commences in the role on Monday 20 December 2021. The City will begin the process of appointing a new Manager Planning Services early in the New Year.

2022 Public Meetings of Council – Dates and Times

On Tuesday 26 April 2022, the Premier announced that COVID public health measures will be eased in Western Australia.

From 12:01am Friday 29 April 2022 the following will apply to the Council Chambers and Civic Centre building:

  • Masks are no longer required however, will be encouraged where physical distancing is not possible.
  • Capacity limits will be removed.
  • Check-in requirements are no longer required.
  • Access doors to the Civic Centre Building will be no longer be locked prior to a public Briefing/Council meeting however, City Staff and Security staff will be present to provide assistance to members of the public and to ensure public safety is maintained.
  • Hand sanitiser will continue to be provided by the City and members of the public are encouraged to use it when required.
  • City staff will continue to clean the public microphone/lectern following each use.
  • Members of the public are encouraged not to attend a meeting should they feel unwell or if they have been in contact with a known Covid-19 case.

Members of the public are able to access audio of the proceedings of Council meetings and Electors’ meetings at https://joondalup.wa.gov.au/kb/resident/live-council-meeting-audio-feed-2.

At its meeting held on 16 November 2021 and 15 February 2022, Council set the Briefing Session and Council Meeting dates for 2022.  Further public meetings are held throughout the year such as Special Council Meetings and Electors’ meetings as determined by Council, the dates for the 2022 public meetings are provided below:

Briefing Session and Council Meeting Dates

2022 Briefing Sessions 2022 Council Meetings
To be held at 6.30pm in the Council Chamber To be held in the Council Chamber
Tuesday 8 February 2022 Tuesday 15 February 2022, 7.00pm
Tuesday 8 March 2022 Tuesday 15 March 2022, 7.00pm
Tuesday 12 April 2022 Tuesday 19 April 2022, 7.00pm
Tuesday 10 May 2022 Tuesday 17 May 2022, 7.00pm
Tuesday 14 June 2022 Tuesday 28 June 2022, 7.00pm
Tuesday 12 July 2022 Tuesday 19 July 2022, 7.00pm
Tuesday 9 August 2022 Tuesday 16 August 2022, 12.00noon
Tuesday 13 September 2022 Tuesday 20 September 2022, 7.00pm
Tuesday 11 October 2022 Tuesday 18 October 2022, 7.00pm
Tuesday 8 November 2022 Tuesday 15 November 2022, 7.00pm
Tuesday 6 December 2022 Tuesday 13 December 2022, 7.00pm

 

Special Council Meeting Dates

Tuesday 29 March 2022, 7.00pm
Tuesday 5 July 2022, 5.45pm

 

Meeting of Electors’ Meeting Dates

Tuesday 8 February 2022, 5.30pm Annual General Meeting of Electors
Thursday 10 March 2022, 7.00pm Special Meeting of Electors

 

To access minutes of meetings that have been held please refer here, for further information relating to Briefing Sessions, public questions, public statements and deputations refer to the below document.

NBN Joondalup Business Fibre Zone

Joondalup is one of 27 nbnTM Business Fibre Zones in Western Australia which offers zero cost design and construction of business-grade fibre to a significant number of business within the City of Joondalup.

The service represents NBN Co’s fastest symmetrical wholesale product with a 99.95% network availability uptime target designed to optimise network reliability and reduce downtime for business.

The opportunity for local businesses to have access to the Business Fibre Zone aligns with the City’s objective to further develop Joondalup as a digital City.

The increasing growth of physical and digital infrastructure within the City’s boundaries will further enhance the capability of the priority sectors – health and medical; cyber security; automation and robotics; innovation and technology; and education.

The nbnTM Business Fibre Zone is now available to a number of business within the City of Joondalup. View the indicative zone map to see if your business is within the eligible zone.

For further information on the nbnTM Business Fibre Zone visit the NBN Co website or contact the Economic Development Team to discuss how your business can benefit.

Form 19 – Results of Election – Deputy Mayor

Form 19 – Results of Election

Local Government Act 1995, Section 4.77

RESULTS OF ELECTION FOR CITY OF JOONDALUP

 

These are the results of the local government election for Deputy Mayor held on 19 October 2021.

Candidate Number of Votes
Deputy Mayor Christine HAMILTON-PRIME 9
John RAFTIS 4

 

Therefore, Councillor Christine Hamilton-Prime is elected Deputy Mayor of the City of Joondalup until the start of the first meeting of Council after the City of Joondalup’s next ordinary elections.

 

Mayor Hon. Albert Jacob

Returning Officer