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Native Plant Subsidy Scheme and Waterwise Verges
Posted April 16, 2019 Native Plant Subsidy Scheme and Waterwise Verges

Find out more about native plants at a subsidised price of $1.50 each and if you are eligible to receive a rebate of up to $500 for a waterwise verge.

Changes to Waste Collection
Posted April 15, 2019 Changes to Waste Collection

Information regarding changes to bin collection on Good Friday

Cottesloe Foreshore Masterplan
Posted April 4, 2019 Cottesloe Foreshore Masterplan

The Town is preparing the Cottesloe Foreshore Masterplan to guide the future enhancement and management of the Foreshore. Find out how you can be involved!

Foreshore Dune Fencing Maintenance
Posted April 3, 2019 Foreshore Dune Fencing Maintenance

Maintenance to existing fences will be undertaken along section of the beach foreshore.

Community Donations 2019/2020
Posted April 2, 2019 Community Donations 2019/2020

The Town is now calling for applications for donations towards a project or event to be considered for inclusion in the 2019/2020 Budget.

Proposed Amendment to the Beaches and Beach Reserves Local Law
Posted March 27, 2019 Proposed Amendment to the Beaches and Beach Reserves Local Law

The Town is inviting comment on the proposed Local Law amendment to ban the use of wire trace when fishing on local beaches (a common method used in shark fishing).

Recycling Rules Have Changed in WA
Posted March 20, 2019 Recycling Rules Have Changed in WA

Did you know that there have been recent changes to recycling rules in WA? Click here for further information.

Temporary Carpark Closure
Posted March 6, 2019 Temporary Carpark Closure

The southern carpark/access to Cottesloe Train Station will be closed from Wednesday 13 March 2019.

2019 Waste and Sustainability Calendar
Posted January 10, 2019 2019 Waste and Sustainability Calendar

The Town of Cottesloe 2019 calendars are on their way!

Cottesloe Pylon Restoration Appeal
Posted November 26, 2018 Cottesloe Pylon Restoration Appeal

Help to conserve the iconic Cottesloe Pylon. We are encouraging our fellow West Australians to help us conserve the heritage-listed pylon so that it can remain the historic landmark that it has been for many years.

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