City of Armadale

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Tuesday, 2 September 2014

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Children Playing with Ducks

Your Community

The City's Community Development team is committed to supporting and enhancing our community by continually developing and providing opportunities that bring about positive growth. We welcome and encourage the community to contact us with issues, ideas or just to find out more about your City.

A young family enjoys Australia Day celebrations
The City of Armadale recognises and values the pivotal role that families and children play in our community and aims to create a safe, supportive place where children are encouraged to play, grow and learn.

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The City of Armadale recognises and values the important role that young people play in the community. The City works alongside and builds relationships with local community groups and young people to develop sustainable initiatives which aim to support young people in reaching their full potential.

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While the City of Armadale does not  directly deliver seniors services, it actively advocates for and supports the  delivery of services by local agencies and organisations.
While the City of Armadale does not directly deliver seniors services, it actively advocates for and supports the delivery of services by local agencies and organisations. The City actively encourages local senior groups and offers advice on their development.

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Indigenous man plays the didgeridoo
The City has a commitment to working in partnership with our Indigenous community and other government and non-government agencies to develop and support initiatives that provide services and benefits to Indigenous people living within the City of Armadale.

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While the City of Armadale does not deliver  services directly, it actively advocates for and supports the delivery of disability  services by local agencies and organisations. The City is committed to working  to create an inclusive community that is aware of the access needs of all its  members including people with disabilities.
While the City of Armadale does not deliver services directly, it actively advocates for and supports the delivery of disability services by local agencies and organisations. The City is committed to working to create an inclusive community that is aware of the access needs of all its members including people with disabilities.

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Young girls perform a highland dance
Culture can be defined as everything that contributes to our quality of life and that of others in our community. It includes our history, heritage, language, symbols, images, ideas, recreation, way of life and aspirations.

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People playing cricket in a park
Active Clubs is the City of Armadale’s Club Development Program. A part-time Club Development Officer is available to support your club with advice on club management issues and processes.

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The City of Armadale is located 30 minutes south east of the CBD and  has an estimated population of 55,000, which is likely to increase to  85,000 over the next ten years.
The City of Armadale is located 30 minutes south east of the CBD and has an estimated population of 55,000, which is likely to increase to 85,000 over the next ten years.

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The City of Armadale has long recognised the collaborative role and importance of developing proactive measures in crime prevention and community safety.
The City of Armadale has long recognised the value of working collaboratively to prevent crime and enhance community safety.

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The City's Community Development team works with the local community  to ensure they are equipped and capable of meeting their own needs and  aspirations.
The City's Community Development team works with the local community to ensure they are equipped and capable of meeting their own needs and aspirations.

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Volunteer firefighters performing a training excercise
Formal volunteering is an activity which takes place through not-for-profit organisations and projects, which benefits both the community and the volunteer.

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