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Amendments to Execution of Documents Policy
Posted 02 July 2020 Amendments to Execution of Documents Policy

The City of Vincent is inviting comments on proposed amendments to the Execution of Documents Policy.

Lynton Street Reserve gets a makeover
Posted 29 June 2020 Lynton Street Reserve gets a makeover

Lynton Street Reserve has a whole new look after a push from locals to upgrade the park and transform it into a more vibrant community space.

COVID-19 Relief & Recovery Meeting dates
Posted 25 June 2020 COVID-19 Relief & Recovery Meeting dates

Due to the easing of COVID-19 restrictions, the COVID-19 Relief and Recovery Committee, at its 23 June 2020 meeting, approved transitioning to fortnightly meetings for July and monthly thereafter.

2020/21 Budget Update - Rates setting for comment
Posted 18 June 2020 2020/21 Budget Update - Rates setting for comment

The City of Vincent is seeking your views on the way in which rates for the 2020/21 financial year will be set. Consultation runs until 17 July 2020.

Notice of intention to levy differential rates
Posted 18 June 2020 Notice of intention to levy differential rates

In accordance with Section 6.36 of the Local Government Act 1995, the City of Vincent hereby gives notice of its intention to impose differential rates for each rating category in the 2020/21 rating year

Have your say on our Haynes Street plan
Posted 16 June 2020 Have your say on our Haynes Street plan

The City of Vincent is looking to transform recreational zoned land on Haynes Street into a beautiful park filled with native plants, picnic tables and plenty of activities for kids.

Nature play taking shape at Banks Reserve
Posted 11 June 2020 Nature play taking shape at Banks Reserve

A nature play area that blends into the landscape and encourages creative play is taking shape on the banks of the Swan River.

It’s time for play, pampering, pump classes and pints
Posted 05 June 2020 It’s time for play, pampering, pump classes and pints

The time has almost come to welcome back play, pampering, pump classes and pints at your Vincent local, with coronavirus restrictions easing at midnight.

Public Notice | COVID-19 Relief and Recovery Committee Meeting
Posted 05 June 2020 Public Notice | COVID-19 Relief and Recovery Committee Meeting

You are welcome to attend the Committee meeting on Tuesday 9 June in person or remotely via video conference. Social distancing measures will be in place.

Vincent community facilities re-opening
Posted 02 June 2020 Vincent community facilities re-opening

It’s time to start planning your birthday parties, weddings and dance lessons because the City of Vincent’s community facilities have re-opened.

Come together for Porch Placemaking Week
Posted 28 May 2020 Come together for Porch Placemaking Week

Porches, balconies, front yards and driveways have become a saving grace for many people during the COVID-19 pandemic. With physical distancing still an essential part of life, we are being encouraged to activate our front porches and connect with our neighbours as part of Global Porch Placemaking Week.

Nominations open for advisory groups
Posted 27 May 2020 Nominations open for advisory groups

The City of Vincent is looking for community members with a special interest in the arts, youth issues and sustainability and transport to provide advice and generate ideas for the future.

Unite for National Reconciliation Week
Posted 27 May 2020 Unite for National Reconciliation Week

National Reconciliation Week will be recognised a little differently this year, but there are still plenty of opportunities to connect online and show we are all ‘In this together’.

Budget overhaul to deal with COVID-19
Posted 21 May 2020 Budget overhaul to deal with COVID-19

The City of Vincent has overhauled its 2019/20 budget for the last quarter, with a focus on protecting the vulnerable and maintaining core services while dealing with the significant financial impact of COVID-19.

Public Notice - Special Council Meeting - Meeting Cancelled
Posted 19 May 2020 Public Notice - Special Council Meeting - Meeting Cancelled

The City notifies that the Special Council Meeting which was scheduled for 26 May 2020 has been cancelled.

Beatty Park Reopening FAQs
Posted 19 May 2020 Beatty Park Reopening FAQs

Latest update as of Thursday 25 June

City's Customer Service Desk Now Open In Library
Posted 19 May 2020 City's Customer Service Desk Now Open In Library

The City’s Customer Service team are open for business in the City of Vincent library.

Vincent community sport back in action
Posted 18 May 2020 Vincent community sport back in action

The City of Vincent has made it a priority to get winter sporting clubs back to training as soon as possible, with some local clubs resuming as of today and more to follow this week.

Library Reopens : FAQs
Posted 15 May 2020 Library Reopens : FAQs

The City of Vincent Library and Local History Centre reopens Monday 18 May. Please read our range of FAQs for more information.

Beatty Park set to re-open
Posted 15 May 2020 Beatty Park set to re-open

The City of Vincent is excited to confirm the re-opening of Beatty Park Leisure Centre as of Thursday 21 May.

Protect yourself this flu season
Posted 15 May 2020 Protect yourself this flu season

Peak flu season is almost upon us and there has never been a more important time to protect yourself from getting infected.

Vincent verge collections rescheduled
Posted 12 May 2020 Vincent verge collections rescheduled

There is good news for Vincent residents who have been using their time in isolation to declutter their homes, with bulk hard waste collections rescheduled for July and August.

Vincent welcomes easing of COVID-19 restrictions
Posted 11 May 2020 Vincent welcomes easing of COVID-19 restrictions

The City of Vincent welcomes the easing of coronavirus restrictions and is working towards implementing phase two of the State Government’s four-phase plan for getting our lives and livelihoods back on track.

Help on the way for Vincent’s most vulnerable
Posted 07 May 2020 Help on the way for Vincent’s most vulnerable

Some of Vincent’s most vulnerable residents are set to get extra help dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic after the City started allocating hundreds of thousands of dollars to charities. Charities that help seniors and people experiencing domestic abuse or homelessness will be the first to receive money from the Leederville Gardens Trust during the state of emergency.

Relief for Local Artists
Posted 06 May 2020 Relief for Local Artists

Local artists and creatives who have been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic are being offered grants of up to $10,000 from the City of Vincent to create inspiring public art.

Shop local in Vincent this Mother’s Day
Posted 05 May 2020 Shop local in Vincent this Mother’s Day

With Mother’s Day just around the corner, now is the perfect time to show some love for local businesses that have been doing it tough during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Vincent businesses giving back
Posted 05 May 2020 Vincent businesses giving back

From book shops to gelato stores, businesses across Vincent are giving back to the community and ensuring healthcare workers, educators and vulnerable people are taken care of.

Draft designs for intersection upgrade
Posted 01 May 2020 Draft designs for intersection upgrade

Main Roads WA have released the first draft design for upgrades to the intersection of Scarborough Beach Road, Main Street, Green Street and Brady Street. The draft design is open for public comment until 15 May 2020.

Planning streamlined and online to support business
Posted 24 April 2020 Planning streamlined and online to support business

The City has made urgent changes to its planning system to support local businesses and allow more flexibility during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Street art to inspire
Posted 23 April 2020 Street art to inspire

A mural that depicts one of the most famous images of the 20th century was painted in Vincent today to inspire the community during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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