Requesting CCTV Images – Agency or Internal Staff use only

Requesting CCTV Images – Agency or Internal Staff use only

Internal requests and authorised agencies such as WA Police, can request images from the City’s public areas CCTV cameras by completing the form below. Members of the general public will not have access to images retained in these systems unless such access is ordered by a legal ruling or via a Freedom of Information request. If you are an Agency, or internal staff member of the City of Joondalup, please complete the form below.

Cat Microchip Exemption

Cat Microchip Exemption

Cats may be exempt from microchipping due to old age or ill health that would prove detrimental to the animal.

Proof of microchip exemption must be provided by a veterinarian.

For further information regarding microchip exemptions contact the City.

Drones

Drones

The landing and launching of drones on Council land is currently not prohibited in any of the City of Joondalup parks and reserves, as long as the participant is not being a nuisance and is operating the drone in accordance with CASA rules and regulations.

Replacement Cat and Dog Registration Tags

Replacement Cat and Dog Registration Tags

If your cat or dog has lost their registration tag, you can request a replacement tag by completing the application below or attend the Joondalup Customer Service Centre.

Injured or Orphaned Seabirds and Waterbirds

Injured or Orphaned Seabirds and Waterbirds

On occasion seabirds and waterbirds that have been injured or orphaned may be found along the coastal strip and near waterways. The Western Australian Seabird Rescue is a volunteer based, not for profit organisation that is dedicated to the rescue and rehabilitation of orphaned or injured seabirds and waterbirds.

In instances where an injured or orphaned seabird or waterbird is seen, please contact the Western Australian Seabird Rescue service on 6102 8464.

The organisation operates between 8.00am and 6.00pm 7 days per week. Outside of these hours please contact the Wildcare Helpline on 9474 9055.

Heathridge Park car park

Sail Terrace entrance – 83 parking bays, 2 disabled parking bays Siren Road entrance – 29 parking bays, 2 disabled parking bays

MacDonald Park car park

Forrest Road entrance – 109 parking bays and four disabled parking bays MacDonald Ave entrance – 50 parking bays and two disabled parking bays Giles Ave entrance – 28 parking bays and one disabled parking bay

Percy Doyle Clubrooms parking stations PS1 – PS4

PS1 – 385 parking bays and seven disabled parking bays PS2 – 32 parking bays and one disabled parking bay PS3 – 89 parking bays and two disabled parking bays PS4 – 76 parking bays and two disabled parking bays

Marri Park car park

23 Parking bays and one disabled parking bay at the Marri Road entrance 20 parking bays and one disabled parking bay on the Ayton Road entrance

Commercial, recreational and heavy vehicle parking

Commercial, recreational and heavy vehicle parking

There are parking restrictions for residents who have:

  • Caravans
  • Trailers
  • Boats
  • Trucks
  • Motor vehicles used in trade or business, heavier than 2.5 tonnes
  • Heavy vehicles more than 4.5 tonnes and longer than 7.5 metres (trailers inclusive)

These vehicles cannot be parked or protrude onto the verge and cannot be parked on the verge for more than three consecutive hours between the hours of 7.00am and 6.00pm. The exception is where a vehicle  is being loaded or unloaded but must be done as quickly as possible.

These types of vehicles cannot be parked on a verge at any time between 6.00pm to 7.00am.

Heavy and long vehicles cannot be parked on the road for more than one hour unless engaged in the picking up or delivery of goods.

A heavy vehicle or long vehicle is a vehicle that weighs more than 4.5 tonnes and is more than 7.5 metres in length inclusive of any trailer.

For commercial and recreational vehicle parking on private property please refer to the City’s Local Planning Scheme No. 3 or alternatively contact the City’s Planning Services.

 

Vehicles for sale on verges

Vehicles for sale on verges

Advertising of a vehicle for sale on any part of a road or verge is not permitted and infringements may be issued.

For more detailed information contact City Rangers.

Number of dogs allowed

Number of dogs allowed

Keeping more than two dogs on your property requires special permission from the City.

An application form and non-refundable application fee must be submitted to the City by using the request to keep more than two dogs online form and payment must accompany the application form when submitted.

Pensioner discounts apply to holders of a current Pensioner Concession Card, State Concession Card or a Veterans Card or a Commonwealth Seniors Card together with a Seniors Card but must be produced at the time of payment.

 

Hillarys Horse Beach

The Hillarys Horse Beach is located immediately north of the Hillarys Dog Beach. It is used predominately for recovery from exercise or injury by horses and is most popularly used during the early morning. Horse and float car parking is available next to the Horse Beach and the following access applies:
  • Horse owners may park and access the beach from daybreak to midday, Monday to Saturday
  • All other times horses are prohibited from the beach area.
To report any incidents or issues that occur on the beach, please call City Rangers.

Obstructions on the verge

Obstructions on the verge

Obstructions on a verge, footpath or thoroughfare may cause a hazard to pedestrians and road users. There are two types of obstruction.

Physical

Some examples of verge obstructions include:

  • Bollards
  • Bricks
  • Rocks
  • Stakes
  • Roped off areas.

Vegetation

Plants and shrubs on verges can become overgrown and create a sight obstruction to traffic and a hazard to pedestrians. Overgrown sharp or thorny plants can also create a hazard to pedestrians.

Plants along a verge need to be trimmed back and maintained to prevent them from encroaching over onto the footpath or from creating a barrier that prevents drivers having a clear view to oncoming traffic.