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Community safety and health

Shire of Mundaring deals with many issues including dogs and cats, off-road vehicles, firebreaks, litter, livestock, abandoned vehicles, animal pound, fire hazards, reserves/emergency access ways, local laws and compliance.

Visit the following pages to find out more:

  • Cats and dogs
  • Livestock
  • Off-road vehicles
  • Abandoned vehicles
  • Littering
  • Local laws

Community Safety Rangers can be contacted on 9290 6629 weekdays from 7am to 5pm and on weekends and public holidays between 8am and 4pm. Please note, after hours is for emergencies only.

Visit our dedicated section on safety and rangers to find out more about community safety, health and emergency management.

Go to Safety and Rangers

Emergencies

Moving to the Shire of Mundaring also means you will now be living in a bush fire prone area.

The information below can assist you with being prepared and aware.

Having a written plan will help you and your family to prepare yourselves in the event of an emergency. Leaving early is the key, as is preparation if you decide to stay and defend. 

To assist with preparedness, we publish community information, including Fire Danger Ratings, Total Fire Bans and Harvest Vehicle Movement Bans on this website and our Facebook page.

We also provide a SMS service which you can subscribe to. It will send you notifications about changes to burning periods, Fire Danger Ratings of Very High and above and Harvest Vehicle Movement Bans. Please note: Bush Fire Warnings are not included in this subscription service. For up to date information on incidents and warnings visit Emergency WA.

For all emergencies call 000 (Police, Fire, Ambulance).

To find out more about preparing your bushfire and storm plans, fire danger ratings and more, visit the following pages:

Maintenance of parks, streets and Shire facilities

Shire of Mundaring is responsible for managing and maintaining:

  • 13 ovals
  • 131 public buildings
  • 78 parks and reserves
  • 38 playgrounds.

The Shire is also responsible for local roads; stormwater drains; footpaths and bus shelters; crossover approvals and verge work approvals; verge trees; street name plate signs and parking signs.

Visit our dedicated section on street and infrastructure management to find out more, including how to report an issue or make a request.

Go to Street and Infrastructure Management

Environmental protection and sustainability

Protecting our natural environment is very important to people living and working in the Perth Hills.

Find out about Shire initiatives and what you can do to turn your backyard into a biodiversity hotspot and reduce your environmental footprint.

Go to Environment and Waste

More information and contact

If you have any questions about what is available in our community, please contact us.

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