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|25 Mar 2020||
City transitions to virtual and online services
All essential and key services will remain operational at the City of Armadale – with most services transitioned to phone, online and digital platforms. Supporting directives from the Federal and State Governments, the City will close all community facilities to the public and those buildings that house administration staff, effective at midnight tonight. Services will still be provided to you, just in a different way.
|25 Mar 2020||
Mayor's Message to the Community - 25 March 2020
Some words from the Mayor as the City transitions to online service delivery.
|24 Mar 2020||
Essential services continue to operate in Armadale
The City of Armadale is determined to support its community by continuing to deliver essential services to residents and businesses.
|23 Mar 2020||
Mayor's Message to the Community - 23 March 2020
This is a moment in time like no other we have experienced.
|19 Mar 2020||
A Message from Mayor Ruth Butterfield
We are in this together, and we’ll get through this together.
|18 Mar 2020||
Our Commitment to Safety and Wellbeing
The last week has been extraordinarily difficult for the world and in the last few days, even more difficult as the coronavirus continues to evolve closer to home.
|17 Mar 2020||
Local government talent recognised
Western Australia’s most talented public works professionals were recognised on Friday 13th March at an awards evening held in Fremantle, where the City of Armadale brought home gold in the Excellence in Innovation category for its Croydon Road Roleystone Rehabilitation project.
|13 Mar 2020||
Jull Street Mall
The continued growth in the City of Armadale brings with it many challenges and a current issue is the concerns in relation to the City Centre, and in particular the Jull Street Mall.
|12 Mar 2020||
Armadale Fitness and Aquatic Centre turns one
Armadale Fitness and Aquatic Centre (AFAC) has set the benchmark in gym and aquatic experiences since opening one year ago, so it’s no surprise it’s continuing to take its services to the next level.
|28 Feb 2020||
Armadale wins Master Builders Best Practice Award
Armadale continues to set the bar high, taking home the Local Government Best Practice Award at the recent 2020 Bankwest Master Builders Housing Excellence Awards.
|17 Feb 2020||
Flick of a spade at future flash facility
Ground was officially broken today, with the flick of a spade, to mark the commencement of work on Novelli Pavilion in Piara Waters.
|14 Feb 2020||
Youth having a ball
Youth sports programs encourage teamwork, active lifestyles, and a goal oriented outlook. Now in its fourth year, the Armadale NightFields program continues to be a popular after school activity.
|28 Jan 2020||
Minnawarra Park transformed into an Australiana extravaganza
Minnawarra and Memorial parks were transformed into a tapestry of Australiana, when over 30,000 Australia Day goers descended upon Armadale to embrace everything that is great about our country.
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