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|1 Oct 2020||
Community update - 2020 Hawkers Markets and Christmas Parade
Based on the WA Government’s new directions for public events over 500 people, released on September 18, the City of Armadale has reluctantly made the decision to cancel the 2020 Hawkers Markets and Christmas Parade. The Hawkers Markets are held annually at Memorial Park, attracting approximately 2000 people per night, while the City’s Christmas Parade is held in the Jull Street Mall and precedes the Carols by Candlelight event in Memorial Park.
|24 Sep 2020||
Shared path connects cyclists and pedestrians
Stage 1 of a new $4.3 million pedestrian and bike path recently completed in Armadale will see numerous transport and wellbeing benefits and significantly improve connectivity and safety for the local community. The project, which was jointly funded by the State Government through the WA Bicycle Network Grants Program and the City of Armadale, provides a safer path for pedestrians and cyclists.
|17 Sep 2020||
Bedfordale Fire Station funding secured
Construction on the Bedfordale Fire Station will soon be underway after the City of Armadale Council endorsed a recommendation to draw on the City’s Freehold Sale Capital Works Reserve Fund to cover the shortfall. $248,000 will be allocated to the development and construction of the facility, expected to be operational by early 2021. Mayor Ruth Butterfield said the City was disappointed its request for additional Local Government Grant Scheme (LGGS) Capital Grants from Department Fire and Emergency Services was unsuccessful.
|15 Sep 2020||
City of Armadale to celebrate Australian Citizenship Day 17 September
The City of Armadale will welcome 58 new citizens at Australian citizenship ceremonies on Thursday, September 17 as part of Australian Citizenship Day 2020
|10 Sep 2020||
Trees successfully relocated to Frye Park
The City of Armadale has successfully relocated six trees to Frye Park, brought on by the Metronet-driven Denny Avenue Level Crossing Removal project. As civil works progress towards the implementation of the level crossing for the Armadale train line, it was imperative that the City acted quickly to relocate several street trees.
|9 Sep 2020||
Perth Hills backdrop provides inspiration for artists
The stunning natural backdrop of the Perth Hills is the main inspiration behind Robert Walker and Ruth de Vos’ artwork, as they look forward to one of the City of Armadale’s premier Spring into Armadale events. They are just some of the local artists who will open their studio doors to the public during the Armadale Hills Open Studio Arts Trail that runs from Friday, 11 September – Sunday, 20 September.
|7 Sep 2020||
Winners announced: Armadale Young Writers’ Awards 2020
Fifteen local school aged writers were awarded for writing excellence at the 2020 Armadale Young Writers’ Awards presentation ceremony, held Friday, September 4, at the City of Armadale Administration Building. This year marked the 10th anniversary of the Armadale Young Writers’ Awards, which are held to encourage and recognise the writing creativity of young people across the City.
|2 Sep 2020||
City employee wins Young Professional of the Year Award at PLA WA Awards of Excellence
Armadale Fitness and Aquatic Centre employee, Damon Lee, has taken out the David Aldous Young Professional of the Year Award for 2020 at the Parks and Leisure Australia (PLA) WA Awards of Excellence.
Page Last Reviewed 15 January 2020