COVID-19 Information Updates

Phase 4 easing of restrictions will commence on 27 June 2020. The Town is reviewing how best to do this in Mosman Park. Some community areas require detailed review before decisions can be made. This is for health, safety and legal reasons. Click this banner for categories with questions and answers. For the most current information, visit https://www.wa.gov.au/.
And don't forget to complete the Community Resilience Scorecard! State and Local Governments are working together to map community resilience and priorities to help local communities like ours to recover and thrive following the COVID-19 outbreak.
Complete the Community Resilience Scorecard by Friday July 3. Visit www.research.net/r/MARKYT

 

2019 Election

 

For more information, please see the Nominating for Mayor or Councillor page

Local government candidate induction

This year new laws have been introduced which makes it compulsory for all candidates nominating in a local government election to complete the department’s online induction.
You will be asked to declare that you have completed the online induction when filling out your nomination form. It is an offence to make false or misleading statements on the nomination form.

For more information, and to take the induction please click below:

Local government candidate induction

 

Electoral gifts

Candidates in local government elections have legislative obligations for the disclosure of gifts leading up to the local government elections. The Local Government (Elections) Regulations 1997 requires both candidates and donors to make disclosures of gifts given to candidates during the specified disclosure period.

 

Disclosure period

Within three days of nomination, any candidate in a local government election will need to disclose any gifts received within the disclosure period. The disclosure period commences six months prior to the Election Day. The disclosure period finishes three days after Election Day (for unsuccessful candidates) and on the start day for financial interest returns for successful candidates.

 

Election signs/advertising

An election sign is a sign which encourages a person to vote for a particular political candidate, political party, referenda or matter relating to any Federal, State, or Local Government election, however, excludes bumper stickers.

The Town has guidelines and penalties related to signage depending on where the sign is located.  Please click below for further information on signage:

Policies and local laws

 

Returning Officer

The Town's Returning Officer is appointed by the Western Australian Electoral Commission and is responsible for the conduct and processes associated with the Town's local government elections. The Returning Officer is able to provide further information to the election process and to take your nomination.

Returning Officer
Amber Cooper
Town of Mosman Park 2019 Election

Phone: 0421110002
Email: LGro_mos@elections.wa.gov.au

 

You can build your nomination via nomination builder available here https://lgportal.waec.wa.gov.au/nomination/new and then contact the Returning Officer to make an appointment to accept your nomination.

National Relay Service

People who are deaf or have a hearing or speech impairment can call the Town of Mosman Park through the National Relay Service.

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Solar Power at the Administration

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.

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