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Good Friday Bin Collection

As Easter is fast approaching this is a reminder to residents who normally have their bins emptied on a Friday, that over the Easter long weekend they will be collected on Saturday, March 31 instead of Friday, March 30.

If you have any questions please call the Shire office on 9727 0222.

Construction Underway to Develop the Capel Civic Precinct

Construction of the Capel Civic Precinct Stage 3 is underway at Erle Scott Reserve and is set to transform the space into a community hub.

For the next six months the site will be closed to the public, including the playground and skate park.

The existing information shelter will be replaced with an electronic board, which will provide new information to tourists and residents.

The $2.7 million project works includes new all abilities play equipment and nature play space, shelters, BBQs, seating and landscaping.

A formal amphitheatre will be constructed and a skateable link between the existing skate park and Forrest Road will be created.

Capel Shire Chief Executive Officer Paul Sheedy said developing this area would bring vibrancy to the town, attract visitors and allow more events to take place in the Shire.

Mr Sheedy said sustainability was a critical component of the project, therefore some of the existing trees on the site would remain and sustainable display gardens were part of the concept design.

Capel Shire Council awarded Perkins (WA) Pty Ltd the tender for the Capel Civic Precinct Stage 3 Development works at its December council meeting.

The new amenity building was completed early last month and will remain open to the public during construction.

If you have any questions about the project please call the Shire Office on 9727 0222.

Seasonal Tenancy Applications

Applications are invited from Sporting Clubs requiring the use of Council managed reserves, including hard courts during the 2018-2019 Winter Season (01 April 2018 – 30 September 2018).

Application forms for Recreation Sports Grounds area available from the Shire of Capel Administration Building, Shire of Capel website, Capel Public Library, Boyanup Public Library, Dalyellup Public Library, or by contacting Jeremy O’Neill – 08 9727 0222 or email – jeremy.o’neill@capel.wa.gov.au.

Completed applications must be returned no later than 4.30pm, Thursday 1 March 2018. From the applications received, a ground usage will be scheduled and ground hire charges will be raised.

GST will be proportionally applied to all ground usage within the City. Should you require any further information, please feel free to Jeremy O’Neill – 08 9727 0222 or email – jeremy.o’neill@capel.wa.gov.au

Download the seasonal Tenancy Application

New Library and Community Services Website

We are excited to announce the launch of a new website which will be a new information source for library services, events and activities in the Shire.

The new Library and Community Services website will provide a key portal to the local community, providing key information in the areas of library services, youth, seniors, disability access and inclusion, community safety and recreation.

The Shire will regularly update these areas as new programs and initiatives are promoted and implemented.

Another key function of this website will be the new events tab, which will enable the Shire to advertise and promote key community events in the areas listed above, as well as providing a central point for local community groups and organisations to promote their activities and events.

Please contact the Shire of Capel on 9727 0222 or info@capel.wa.gov.au if you wish to advertise your community event on this new and exciting website.

You can access the website at library.capel.wa.gov.au 

 

 

 

Greenwaste Collections

The kerbside collection of greenwaste is scheduled to be carried out in the residential areas of Boyanup, Capel, Dalyellup and Peppermint Grove Beach from April 9, 2018.

We will collect:

Trimmed trees or shrubs to a maximum length of 1.5 metres and a maximum width of 100mm.

We WILL NOT collect:

  • Large tree trunks or stumps as the machine is unable to pick these up.
  • No branches or limbs longer than 1.5 metres or 100mm in diameter.
  • No garden chemicals or associated products such as pot soil, old reticulation etc.
  • No household rubbish.
  • No treated wood products or junk.

When placing greenwaste on the verge, please keep clear of:

  • Reticulation.
  • Footpaths.
  • Fences.
  • Street signs.
  • Corners.
Greenwaste Collection Monday 9 April  – Friday 13 April 2018
Hardwaste Collection (proposed and subject to change) Monday 23 July –  Friday 3 August

All Greenwaste must be placed on the verge prior to 7.00am Monday on the week of the collection.

The contractor will only check your kerb once.