Stand for Office in Council Elections

Residents and property owners in Mosman Park are advised that Council elections will be held on 21 October 2017.

Have you ever considered standing for office in our Town?  Do you have things you would like to achieve for your neighbourhood?

If you would like to stand for office, nominations open on 7 September and close on 14 September 2017.

For details about the WA Local Government election process, visit or call the Election Line on 13 63 06.

Calling All Candidates!

Council elections will be held on 21 October 2017. If you would like to stand for office,  nominations open on 7 September and close on 14 September 2017. The Town of Mosman Park will host a Prospective Candidates' Information Session to assist potential candidates from throughout the western suburbs (and including the City of Vincent) to understand the election process. The evening will feature a presentation by the WA Electoral Commission and Western Australia Local Government Association (WALGA) and an opportunity to ask questions.

Prospective Candidates' Information Session
When: 7.30pm Wednesday 16 August 2017
Venue: The Grove Community Centre,
            1 Leake Street, Peppermint Grove

Town Hall Meeting

As the Council election approaches, the Town of Mosman Park will host a Town Hall Meeting so that you that you can meet your local area electoral candidates and ask your questions about what interests you as a resident of, or owner of a business or property in Mosman Park.

When:  7.30pm Wednesday 20 September 2017
Venue: Town Administration Centre,
             Memorial Drive, Mosman Park

The session will be conducted by an independent moderator and light refreshments will be provided. 

To register your participation, please call 9384 1633 or send an email:

Mossie Bites Meet Ups

Expressions of interest are open for Mossie Bites, a Town of Mosman Park initiative which supports small scale community-led projects that encourage neighbours to come together and help create great neighbourhoods. If you have a great idea for your street then we want to hear from you!

The Town will be hosting two Mossie Bite Meet-Ups to help develop and refine concepts as well as provide an opportunity for applicants to support each other, workshop their ideas, and share resources.

Thursday 14 September, 5.30pm, The Grove Library
Saturday 7 October, 10.30am, 

For more information please contact the Community Development Team on 9384 1633 or send an email to

Community Chest Opens Again

Community groups are reminded that applications for the Community Chest Funding Program have opened. 

Grants up to $2,000 are available to support local not-for-profit groups to deliver programs, services and events to the Mosman Park community in a safe, efficient and sustainable way.

Applications close midnight Thursday 12 October 2017 and forms are available here.

For more information contact the Community Development Team by email to or by calling 9384 1633.

Local Planning Scheme #3

We are pleased to advise that the Department of Planning has requested the Town of Mosman Park to provide a copy of the Town’s draft Local Planning Scheme #3 that includes all the changes to the document required by the WAPC to enable ministerial approval of the document and gazettal.

The revised Scheme, once finalised, will replace the current Town Planning Scheme No 2.

Plan Charts Future of Sports and Recreation in Mosman Park

Recently the Town of Mosman Park conducted an important process that resulted in the development of a Sports and Recreation Plan that is now in draft stage, and the Town is seeking feedback from the community prior to finalisation.  

The draft was created following an extensive process of community consultation, facilitated by Jill Powell and Associates who held individual meetings with the Town’s broad range of sporting and recreation clubs, ensuring that local voices were heard and priorities captured.

Mayor of the Town of Mosman Park, Ron Norris extended his sincere thanks to everyone who participated in the development phase of this document, which is now available for public comment.

“This draft Plan,” Mayor Norris said: “enables us to understand all of the sporting and recreational opportunities available in the Town, the participation rates, key trends in terms of the use of our ocean and river as well as our parks and reserves, so that we can make best use of Town resources to meet those needs, both now and into the future.”

He has invited everyone with an interest in sport and recreation in the Town, either as a resident, local business, club member, or frequent visitor to view the draft plan and provide feedback.

To view the draft plan, click here or call 9384 1633 for more information.

Feedback about the plan must be made in writing, either by email to or in writing, to PO Box 3, Mosman Park WA 6912 and must be received by COB Friday 4 August 2017.

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