The Green Spot sign program encourages drivers to slow down and be more aware of wildlife crossing roads. Once a year, community suggestions are invited for sign locations where wildlife are regularly seen crossing roads, or have been injured or killed by vehicles. These suggestions from residents informs the location of 10 signs around the shire.
In 2021 the Green Spot survey is open until 30 September using the Engage Mundaring website.
The Green Spot program was an initiative developed by the Shire's Environmental Advisory Committee to help inform road users of wildlife in the area and provide the Wildcare Helpline number should it be required.
There is also a Wildlife First Aid Glovebox Guide brochure available for motorists to keep in their vehicles in case of an incident involving wildlife. Copies are available from the Shire Administration Building.
Note: Speed limits are determined and speed limit signs installed by Main Roads WA, not local governments. Main Roads WA will not usually install 50 km / hour speed limit signs because that is the default speed limit.