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Recent Media Releases

August
5 Aug 2020 Expressions of interest invited for the City of Armadale’s Community Grants – Round 1
Do you know that financial support is available to community groups?  Expressions of interest are now invited for the City of Armadale’s Community Grants – Round 1.  Community groups can apply for grants ranging from $1000 to $5000, depending on the category, for projects that benefit local residents. Projects that support community recovery from COVID-19 will be highly regarded. 
4 Aug 2020 2020 Highland Gathering and Perth Kilt Run
The City of Armadale will once again host Western Australia’s largest Scottish themed event - the Highland Gathering and Perth Kilt Run - on October 4 at Minnawarra Park. 
July
28 Jul 2020 New Inner-City TAFE Campus in Armadale
Dust off your notebooks and sharpen your pencils Armadale, because the City has just been announced as the home of a new state of the art TAFE facility!   The City of Armadale welcomes this week’s announcement made by Premier Mark McGowan on plans to construct a new inner city TAFE in Armadale. The new $22.6m Armadale campus will consolidate the campus in one, state of the art facility, which will enhance the opportunities available to locals to further their education and acquire additional skills and training.   
7 Jul 2020 City freezes rates and provides concessions
The City of Armadale acknowledges its role in the whole of government response to the COVID-19 pandemic.  To minimise the economic and social impacts on our community, the City of Armadale is freezing rate revenue for the 2020/2021 budget, meaning no rate payer will pay more than last year. According to Mayor Ruth Butterfield, as a result of Council action, 20,879 residents will have a decrease, and 16,311 residents that would otherwise have had an increase will be granted a concession to keep their rates the same as last year.
June
24 Jun 2020 Armadale District Hall a finalist in 2020 WA Heritage Awards
The Armadale District Hall has been named as a finalist in the 2020 WA Heritage Awards

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