Within Mosman Park the majority of street lights are owned and maintained by Western Power, however, there are a few locations where the Town has street lights which we own and maintain.
Areas that have Town owned and operated lights are:
- Minim Cove Estate
- Colonial Gardens
If you have a street light in your area that isn’t working, check that it;
- Doesn’t have a Western Power number/sticker on the pole
- Check if it is one of the street lights identified on the Western Power Register
before submitting a request to the Town for works. If you have identified the street light as one belonging to Western Power visit their website to lodge a maintenance request.
The Town of Mosman Park maintains approximately 54kms of footpath/shared path within Mosman Park. Footpaths and shared paths provide a stable uninterrupted travel path for pedestrians and cyclists (where applicable) to safely make their way about the Town.
Should you find that any of the footpaths or shared paths within Mosman Park are damaged or obstructed in some way (vehicles, vegetation etc.), please contact our Customer Service Centre on (08) 9383 6600.
DRAINAGE & STORMWATER
Drainage within the Town of Mosman Park is an important network for the efficient disposal of all stormwater from the roads, verges and other Council-controlled areas (runoff).
The Town has an extensive network made up of pits, pipes and sumps that work to dispose of the runoff. Should you observe one of the Town's pits overflowing on to verges or physically damaged, please contact our Customer Service Centre on (08) 9383 6600.
If you have a problem with flooding at your property that looks to be running into your land from the road or footpath, please take photos or video the water flow. This helps our staff to determine possible issues and causes, thus helping address any concerns of stormwater from public land quicker.
FAQ - Onsite Stormwater Drainage
The Town of Mosman Park is responsible for the maintenance of all sealed/unsealed roads within Mosman Park (not including Stirling Highway, which is managed by Main Roads WA). Each year the Council adopts its budget with a portion of funds put aside for roads that require resurfacing the most, relative to their usage and status in the overall network of roads. These works are generally conducted from October to April in a fiscal year.
Other road works that the Town conducts include crack sealing (black lines along the road), patch/localised repairs, pothole repairs and full reconstructions (not very often). Should you notice any damage to the road, please contact our Customer Service Centre on (08) 9383 6600.
For all damage related to Stirling Highway, please contact Main Roads WA on 138 138.