We draw the attention of all parties involved in this matter to the presence of mould at the site in question. Mould is extremely dangerous when toxic and should be handled with the utmost care and under the control or supervision of licensed toxic materials handlers or commercially registered hygienists.
The following units on floors 7 & 8 remain closed except to retrieve items: 59, 63, 67, & 69.
Structural clearance is pending on these units.
Unit 69 is closed to all access pending removal of asbestos.
Asbestos concerns have been cleared for all units except for unit 69, where the fire occurred.
The Town will provide a further update at 3pm on Friday 30 March.
If you require information about welfare assistance please contact the Department of Communities disaster hotline on 1800 032 965.
Residents are advised that on Saturday 24 March, the City of Fremantle will host a live music event on Port Beach.
This is not a Town of Mosman Park event, but as it is an open-air event it may be heard by residents.
The event will be held from 2pm to 11pm and sound may be heard within this time frame.
If you have any concerns about noise during the event, please contact 0498 522 884.
The Town of Mosman Park advises residents and visitors to the Town of the following roadworks affecting local streets.
These important works are vital for the proper maintenance of our road network, and we thank residents in advance for their patience as we carry out these works.
Affected streets are listed as follows:
Glyde Street (Monument Street to Johnson Parade)
Monument Street (Wellington Street to Johnston Street Town boundary)
Palmerston Street (Glyde Street to Johnston Street Town boundary)
Palmerston Street (Victoria Street to McCabe Street)
Please note: detours and traffic management will be in place while preparation for kerbing works are occurring. Electronic message boards will be in place two weeks before resurfacing works begin and for full road closures and detours during road resurfacing works.
The Town of Mosman Park on Tuesday, 24 October 2017, held a meeting with dog owners in Mosman Park to discuss a range of issues.
In a wide-ranging discussion over two hours, many issues were discussed, ideas suggested and feedback that has been taken on board. The notes from the meeting are available here, as are answers to subsequent questions that we received following the meeting. These are all included in the latest edition of the Mossie Dogs e-news.
The Town has prepared a brochure explaining how dogs are managed in the Town and that clarifies the Town's various on and off-leash areas.
To register to receive a copy of the Mossie Dogs e-news, and to read the current and past editions, click here
The brochure relating to dog management in the Town, including the map of dog on/off-leash areas is available here
If you would like a hard copy of this brochure, please visit the Town's Administration Centre in Memorial Drive during office hours - Monday to Thursday 8.30am to 4.30pm.
The only thing better than moving your body and getting fit is to do it in beautiful surrounds and out in the fresh air! With this in mind, the Town of Mosman Park has installed fitness equipment at Tom Perrott Reserve and at Davis Oval.
To promote this great initiative and to encourage residents to use it, the Town is hosting FREE fitness classes during the month of March. The classes will be run by Ian Cook from Strength in Movement.
Want to get amongst it?
People who are deaf or have a hearing or speech impairment can call the Town of Mosman Park through the National Relay Service.
The Town of Mosman Park has installed solar panels (photo voltaic cells) on the roof of the Administration building. We’re producing power and reducing carbon emissions.