Shire of West Arthur

Council Elections

Council Elections

Elections for Council are held every two years. The next Ordinary Election will be held in October 2017 in the Shire of West Arthur to fill 4 councillor vacancies. Each term is for 4 years.

The Department of Local Government has developed a website dedicated to elections. The site includes a brief overview on the different tiers of government, enrolment and voter information, councillor responsibilities, vital dates, relevant publications, forms and other important facts. Electors and candidates can access the site by clicking on the link above.

A Candidate Information Session will be broadcast to Westlink receival points on at a time to be nominated approximately 2 months prior to the election. Prospective candidates will have the opportunity to directly ask questions to speakers following overview by a panel of guest speakers. People interested in attending the information session are asked to register their interest at the Shire Office or the Community Resource Centre. If any interest is received the broadcast will be available at the West Arthur Health and Resource Centre.

Western Australian Electoral Commision - www.waec.wa.gov.au

For further information please contact the Shire Office.

Disability Access and Inclusion Plan 2017-2022 24 Apr 2017

The Shire of West Arthur is revising its Disability Access and Inclusion Plan. The plan describes how the Shire of West Arthur is working to make sure its services are accessible to everyone including people with disabilities.

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Community Alert - Tomato Potato Psyllid 05 Apr 2017

The Tomato Potato Psyllid is a quarantine pest of chilli, tomato, potato and other fruit and vegetables.

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Edith Brown Museum 15 Mar 2017

The interpretation plan for the proposed Edith Brown Museum is now available for review at the Shire office.

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Department of Water Working Collaboratively With Local Bush Fire Brigade Volunteers. 07 Mar 2017

The Department of Water has granted the Shire of West Arthur’s bush fire brigades five hand held radios to assist with firefighting activities.

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