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Visit: www.subiaco.wa.gov.au   15 September 2022
 

New customer service location

On Tuesday 6 September, critical infrastructure in the City’s Administration Centre (241 Rokeby Road) was damaged in a fire; this means the building will likely be closed for some months.
 
To ensure continuity of service, customer service has been relocated to 19 Bishop Street, Jolimont for any in-person enquiries. There is ample free parking available on site. Online services continues to be available 24/7.

Mayor David McMullen said: “Closure of the Administration Centre has – and will continue to – cause inconvenience for many people. Our staff are working remotely and from alternative City locations to prioritise continuity of services to our community. Peoples' patience will be appreciated, if experiencing delays in coming days and weeks."

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Scribblers Festival 


The Scribblers Festival Family Weekend is taking place in and around Subiaco Arts Centre this Saturday and Sunday. 

Attend author talks, workshops, and book-reading sessions from some of Australia’s best writers and illustrators. Read more >

 
 
 

Condolences 


Mayor David McMullen extends his condolences to the Royal Family on the passing of Queen Elizabeth II.

“One of my most distinguished duties is to welcome Australia’s newest citizens in ceremonies in the Queen’s honour..."
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Paying your rates


Due to the closure of the Admin Centre, we ask that you pay your rates through online services or at your local post office. You can also pay via credit card at our relocated customer service (19 Bishop Street) but we are unable to process EFTPOS at this time. 

 
 
 

Agenda Briefing Forum - online only


Tuesday's Agenda Briefing (5.30pm 20 September) will be available to view online only as the Admin Centre is closed. You will need to register online prior to attending via Zoom. 

 
 
 

Subiaco Museum is currently closed


Due to the impacts of the fire in the City’s Admin Centre, Subiaco Museum is currently closed until Saturday 1 October. You can still explore the museum’s collection online.

 
 
EVENTS
 
Baby Rhymetime 

Baby Rhymetime is perfect for children aged two months to two years old.
 
 
School holiday fun: Sand Art
 
Use coloured sand to make some crazy tessellated designs.
 
Tuesday 27 September,
10.30am to 11.30am
Subiaco Library, 237 Rokeby Road
Free, bookings essential



 
 
 
School holiday fun: Muggle Magic

Have fun with some Harry Potter-themed science activities!

Thursday 29 September,
10.30am to 11.30pm
Subiaco Library, 237 Rokeby Road
Free, bookings essential


 
 
MORE NEWS
OPEN FOR COMMENT

Rokeby Road planter boxes 
 
The planter boxes in the Rokeby Road median strip have been wrapped in historic photographs of the City of Subiaco. The City is seeking your feedback on the planter boxes through an online survey before 5pm Monday 21 November. 

Daglish Local Heritage Survey

The City of Subiaco will be commencing a review of the Local Heritage Survey (LHS) of the Daglish Precinct. The LHS identifies places of cultural heritage significance. The Cultural Heritage Reference Group are now seeking members, submit an expression of interest before 5pm Sunday 25 September.
 
COUNCIL MEETINGS

Upcoming Council meetings

Agenda Briefing Forum - online only
Tuesday 20 September, 5.30pm
The public can register in advance for this webinar via this Zoom link

Ordinary Council Meeting
Tuesday 27 September, 5.30pm
Live streamed; in-person location TBC

For more, please visit the City's website.
 
   
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