Visit:   14 October 2022

City of Subiaco takes out top spot
at national awards

The City of Subiaco was crowned the winner at the National Economic Development Awards 2022 last night. 

The City took out top spot in the ‘Economic Marketing and Promotion’ category for campaigns and events delivered through its destination marketing brand, See Subiaco, during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Mayor David McMullen said, “The City of Subiaco works hard to support business.

“We designed and curated a series of innovative, high impact campaigns and events, in a way that would be least susceptible to disruption from the pandemic and associated restrictions.

“We were up against some serious competition - including larger councils. I’m exceptionally proud of what the City has delivered.

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Mental Health Week wraps up

As Mental Health Week wraps up for 2022, you're encouraged to continue to talk about mental health and wellbeing. 

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Suburban Vibes - final shows

Running until Sunday 16 October, there's still time to see some amazing live music gigs throughout Subiaco. 

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New airport train line

The Airport Line is making it easier and quicker to travel to and from the City of Subiaco for locals and visitors alike.

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Magic Coat Storytime

This storytime session is designed to help children develop strategies to deal with difficult situations.
Your Move Boards Game Club

Join fellow board games lovers for a friendly game or two!
Knitting Club

Knit and crochet with like-minded people! 

Wednesday 19 October
9.30am to 12.30pm

Subiaco Library, 237 Rokeby Road, Free
UnWined Subiaco 
Over two days, discover wines from 30+ wineries with wine to try and buy!
Saturday 22 October
11.30am to 9.30pm
Market Square, Roberts Road, Subiaco

Tickets from $35

City is listening to business

The City of Subiaco’s Listening to Business (L2B) campaign has officially launched. 

The six-month campaign – which was a Council initiative – encourages local businesses to get in touch and provide their feedback to the City.

It seeks to gain insight into what the business community needs while strengthening ties between business owners and the City.

While the City already does a lot of work directly with local businesses, L2B seeks to build on this through a dedicated survey and curated events.

Head to our dedicated engagement website, Have Your Say, to find out more and fill out the survey.

Listening to Business (L2B)

To help us gain further insight into what the community needs, please provide your feedback through an online survey before Friday 31 March 2023.

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. 

Safe Active Streets - thank you for your feedback

The City would like to thank everyone who took part in the community consultation for the Evans Street, Excelsior Street and Keightley Road Safe Active Street project. 

At the September Council Meeting, Council provided unanimous approval for the concept design to proceed to the detailed design stage. Read more >

The October Agenda Briefing and Ordinary Council Meeting have been cancelled

The next meeting will be the Agenda Briefing Forum on Tuesday 15 November and the Ordinary Council Meeting on Tuesday 22 November. 

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