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Recent Media Releases

16 Jul 2021 Avon Descent and City of Armadale to partner for launch of August festival month
The Avon Descent is back in 2021 for its 48th year, with a new look “festival month” kicking off with a new community event in partnership with the City of Armadale. Northam’s Avon Descent Association and the City of Armadale are proudly partnering in 2021 for the launch of a new community festival day on the 1st of August held at the Champion Lakes Regatta Centre. This international-standard sporting facility situated in the City of Armadale will host an event celebrating community, volunteering and sport in a single exciting day.
5 Jul 2021 Extraordinary Election Results
The City of Armadale welcomes newly elected Cr John Keogh following the City’s Extraordinary Election held on Saturday 3 July. Cr Keogh will fill the vacancy left by former River Ward Councillor Hugh Jones, who resigned earlier this year after being elected as the Member for Darling Range in the State Government election in March. The Extraordinary Election was run by postal vote through the Western Australian Electoral Commission, and the City’s CEO Joanne Abbiss thanked the returning officer and staff for the manner in which the election was conducted.
29 Jun 2021 Mayor's Message to the Community - 29 June 2021
As you will already be aware, WA is now experiencing a circuit breaker lockdown throughout the Perth and Peel region. The City of Armadale will continue providing services, wherever possible, just in a different way. Essential and key services remain operational with most services available via phone, online and digital platforms. Payments, enquiries and requests can be made online via the City’s website or just call our customer service staff who will still be available to assist you on 9394 5000.
21 Jun 2021 Request for the City to handover its Bush Fire Brigade to DFES
In April a request was received from the Roleystone Volunteer Fire Brigade to handover the City’s Bush Fire Brigade in Roleystone to the Department of Fire and Emergency Services (DFES). The City has not made a decision on this but will be considering a report on the matter at its Corporate Services Committee meeting on Tuesday 22 June. The report will then be considered by the full Council on Monday 28 June.
21 Jun 2021 NAIDOC Celebration Day in Armadale
Come along and celebrate the City of Armadale’s free NAIDOC event, on Tuesday 6 July as the Bob Blackburn Reserve is transformed into a celebration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture. The City’s NAIDOC celebrations are a free community event with live entertainment and activities for the whole family – everyone is welcome and it is a great chance to experience and celebrate Aboriginal culture.

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Page Last Reviewed 22 March 2021