Media and Publications
- 24 Mar 2017 The City of Armadale is helping bridge the digital divide for 10 local high school students, providing free internet access to assist with their educational aspirations.
- 24 Mar 2017 Inspiring and encouraging young people to take up the small business mantle and become the City’s future business leaders is the basis behind a new program being introduced by the City of Armadale in...
- 20 Mar 2017 Throughout the year the City of Armadale will be hosting a series of Positive Ageing Sessions at the Armadale Library, and other venues throughout the City of Armadale, to engage older members of the...
City Views is the regular newsletter for the City of Armadale community. It keeps residents up to date on things happening in the City, including events, programs, projects and services and includes useful information and reminders.
City News is an information page that features in the Examiner local newspaper the first week of every month. It will keep residents informed of the month ahead in the City and includes upcoming events, public comment notices and projects or services of interest.
Strategic Community Plan
Developed in response to the requirements of the WA Local Government Integrated Planning and Reporting Framework, the City of Armadale Strategic Community Plan is a blueprint for the future direction of the City and its community members. It represents a shared community vision and sets out long term strategies designed to strengthen and build on Armadale’s unique assets. The Strategic Community Plan helps guide the City’s policies and actions as it seeks to meet the needs of the current and future population.
Corporate Business Plan
Every year the City of Armadale reviews its five year Corporate Business Plan (CBP) against the City’s Strategic Community Plan (SCP) and takes into account the growth and changes that Armadale is experiencing. The City’s strategic focus is presented in four Future Directions which are the pillars of this plan – Community, Environment, Economy and Leadership. The first year of the Corporate Business Plan becomes the detailed Annual Budget.