About Council

The work of Local Government touches almost all areas of our day to day life from the local road maintenance, street signs, rubbish delivery, to the local swimming pools, sporting grounds and libraries.

Shire of Mundaring has 210.94  FTEs (including 40 fee and grant funded FTEs) throughout several locations: Administration building, operations depot, local libraries, aquatic centres, children's services and tourism sites.

The Shire is governed by a Council of 12 elected members who guide the development of local policies, set service standards and priorities, and monitor the performance of the organisation.

In this Section (see left column) highlights key strategic roles, policies and planning.



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About Council
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Employment
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Building & Planning
Cemeteries
Environment
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Rates
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Mundaring Demographics
Population Forecasts
Economic Profile
Tourism


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