- General news
The Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development has increased the quarantine area for polyphagous shot-hole borer beetle.
The quarantine area for polyphagous shot-hole borer now covers 17 local government areas, including Cambridge, Canning, Cockburn, Cottesloe, East Fremantle, Fremantle, Melville, Mosman Park, Nedlands, Peppermint Grove, Perth, South Perth, Stirling, Subiaco, Victoria Park and Vincent.
To help contain spread of this serious agricultural and environmental pest, people living and working in the quarantine area must not move any wood and plant material outside of the quarantine area.
Wood and plant material includes:
- tree prunings
- wood chips
- potted plants
- plant cuttings
Note: wood chips under 2.5cm wide and living plants with woody stems under 2cm wide CAN be moved outside of the quarantine area.
People carrying out tree lopping, gardening, mulching, wood chipping or handling green waste must remove all wood material from their machinery and equipment before moving outside of the quarantine area.
These restrictions do not apply to lawn clippings. For more information on the borer and quarantine area requirements, visit the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development.
Festive season closures and service disruptions
We're having a well earned rest! Some of our facilities and services will be closed or altered over the Christmas period.
Draft Animal Local Law 2023
At the Ordinary Council Meeting on 31 October 2023, Council resolved to readvertise the draft Town of Claremont Animal Local Law 2023.
Town of Claremont receives Local Government Professionals award
The Town of Claremont has been honoured with a Partnerships and Collaboration Award at the LG Professionals WA Honour Awards