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A community vision to plant one million trees in the City of Greater Geraldton. You can get involved by making your tree count, attending community planting days and visiting the community nursery.

Commissioned by the City of Greater Geraldton, several local artists have been using their artistic flair to increase vivacity as part of the City’s Vibrancy Strategy.

A series of Geraldton films have been released showcasing the very best of our region. This includes the Take A Fresh Look presentation, a stunning wildflower feature and the brand new episode of Channel 7's Our Town.

The brand new Geraldton Visitor Centre doors are now open at 246 Marine Terrace in the Original Railway Building. Beautifully restored by the City, the rich history of the building is entwined in the new modern facility.

The City has announced the release of its first Local Planning Strategy and Local Planning Scheme. The drafts are now available for public comment and can be downloaded from the City’s website.

In a bid to engage the community in the discussion regarding the City's range of services, local residents are invited to participate in the upcoming Community Summit.

News

Great diversity in 2015 Mid West Art Prize
Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Great diversity in 2015 Mid West Art Prize

The much anticipated Mid West Art Prize Exhibition will be re-launched on Saturday 28 February 2015 and is set to showcase a diverse number of pieces from artists around Western Australia. ...

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Practical solutions to stop rubbish in our oceans
Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Practical solutions to stop rubbish in our oceans

Are you sick of the amount of rubbish washing up on our beaches? You can help protect our coast by attending a Community Source Reduction Plan Workshop. The workshop works on finding practi...

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Local lifeguards among safest in WA
Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Local lifeguards among safest in WA

The Geraldton Aquarena has been named the third safest aquatic centre in Western Australia after last week’s Super Lifeguard Challenge held in Perth. Run by Royal Life Saving WA, the ...

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Mullewa Youth Centre welcomes former AFL player
Monday, February 23, 2015

Mullewa Youth Centre welcomes former AFL player

Josh Simpson has come a long way from playing football barefoot in the park. Having represented the Fremantle Dockers on the big stage, the 21-year-old has made his way to Mullewa and is mo...

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New Town Planning Scheme and Strategy

The City of Greater Geraldton has announced the release of the new Local Planning Strategy and Scheme.

City CEO Ken Diehm said the Local Planning Scheme adopted a planning approach in line with the City’s vision of a creative city region with the capacity to sustain a prosperous, diverse and sustainable community population of 80,000-100,000.

The draft Strategy and Scheme is now available for public comment and the documents can be downloaded from the City’s website.

Hard copies of documents are available for public inspection at the City’s Administration Centre, Geraldton Regional Library and the City’s Mullewa Office.