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CEO sends timely reminder to dog owners
Posted 03 April 2020 CEO sends timely reminder to dog owners

Dog owners are being reminded of their responsibilities as pet owners to ensure the safety of the community.

City offers relief with faster turn-around times
Posted 03 April 2020 City offers relief with faster turn-around times

In the midst of the COVID-19 global health crisis, the City has done everything it can to expedite the processing of payments and will target paying invoices within seven days.

Waste services continue
Posted 02 April 2020 Waste services continue

Waste services are an essential service to the community and will continue to operate throughout the COVID-19 health crisis.

City Services Update #5: Changes to facilities and programming
Posted 30 March 2020 City Services Update #5: Changes to facilities and programming

Community health and safety remains a top priority for the City of Greater Geraldton as the global Coronavirus outbreak continues to be monitored closely.

City Services Update #4: Changes to facilities and programming
Posted 25 March 2020 City Services Update #4: Changes to facilities and programming

Community health and safety remains a top priority for the City of Greater Geraldton as the global Coronavirus outbreak continues to be monitored closely.

Council endorse flexible and rapid response to impacts of COVID-19
Posted 24 March 2020 Council endorse flexible and rapid response to impacts of COVID-19

To help address the economic impacts caused by the current COVID-19 health crisis, Council have agreed to endorse measures and actions to balance revenues but keep providing essential services to the community.

Coastal works slowing erosion on northern beaches
Posted 24 March 2020 Coastal works slowing erosion on northern beaches

The use of Geotextile Sand Container (GSC) groynes and revetments to build coastal resilience to erosion is showing positive results on beaches north of the CBD.

City Services Update #3: Changes to facilities and programming
Posted 23 March 2020 City Services Update #3: Changes to facilities and programming

Community health and safety remains a top priority for the City of Greater Geraldton as the global Coronavirus outbreak continues to be monitored closely.

City Services Update #2 March 23: Changes to facilities and programming
Posted 23 March 2020 City Services Update #2 March 23: Changes to facilities and programming

Community health and safety remains a top priority for the City of Greater Geraldton as the global Coronavirus outbreak continues to be monitored closely.

City Services Update #1:  Changes to facilities and programming
Posted 20 March 2020 City Services Update #1: Changes to facilities and programming

Community health and safety remains a top priority for the City of Greater Geraldton as the global Coronavirus outbreak continues to be monitored closely

Aquarena limits capacity
Posted 20 March 2020 Aquarena limits capacity

The Geraldton Aquarena have announced they will be limiting capacity at the facility to no more than 100 people.

QEII Centre to suspend programming
Posted 19 March 2020 QEII Centre to suspend programming

Programming at the QEII Seniors and Community Centre will be temporarily suspended starting Monday 30 March but the Centre will remain open.

Hilltop Hoods will be back
Posted 18 March 2020 Hilltop Hoods will be back

Hilltop Hoods have made a commitment confirming they will return to Geraldton to play a music event in the future.

Community Garden in full flourish
Posted 17 March 2020 Community Garden in full flourish

Tomatoes, eggplants, corn and capsicums are just some of the vegetables being harvested at the new Mitchell Street Community Garden in Spalding.

WoW Fest Announcement
Posted 16 March 2020 WoW Fest Announcement

Given recent communication from authorities, all unnecessary events over 500 people will not go ahead, and as such – WoW Fest 2020 will not proceed as programmed.

City to welcome vibrant public art piece
Posted 16 March 2020 City to welcome vibrant public art piece

Marine Terrace is about to get brighter with the installation of a new public art piece.

COVID19 Announcement
Posted 13 March 2020 COVID19 Announcement

The City is aware of concerns from the community and authorities about public events in the wake of the global Coronavirus outbreak and recent advice from the Prime Minister.

Gallery welcomes photography exhibition
Posted 11 March 2020 Gallery welcomes photography exhibition

How Did I Get Here? is the latest exhibition to feature at the Geraldton Regional Art Gallery (GRAG) and brings together photographs and videos for audiences to explore and question.

Durlacher Maitland Streets roundabout works set to begin
Posted 11 March 2020 Durlacher Maitland Streets roundabout works set to begin

The transformation of one of the busiest intersections in the CBD into a roundabout is set to begin in April.

City and Chamber lobby for accessible and affordable flights
Posted 09 March 2020 City and Chamber lobby for accessible and affordable flights

In the hope that flying in and out of Geraldton will become more accessible and affordable, the City of Greater Geraldton and the Mid West Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MWCCI) are lobbying Qantas for a better deal.

Forrester Park upgrade nears completion
Posted 27 February 2020 Forrester Park upgrade nears completion

Ongoing investment in the suburbs this financial year continues with upgrades to Forrester Park in Waggrakine nearing completion.

Swimming champs dive into Geraldton
Posted 26 February 2020 Swimming champs dive into Geraldton

Swim clubs from across the state will make their way to the Geraldton Aquarena this weekend for the annual Sunsmart Country Pennants Swimming Championship.

New Geraldton Jobs and Growth Plan a shared vision for growth
Posted 25 February 2020 New Geraldton Jobs and Growth Plan a shared vision for growth

Boosting jobs, population and economic growth in the region are the intended outcomes of the recently released Geraldton Jobs and Growth Plan 2020-2023.

MBA and City build lasting relationship
Posted 24 February 2020 MBA and City build lasting relationship

For over 15 years the City of Greater Geraldton have been proud members of the Master Builders Association (MBA), and last week that long term relationship was recognised.

Energy Minister and Western Power to meet in Geraldton
Posted 21 February 2020 Energy Minister and Western Power to meet in Geraldton

Minister for Energy Bill Johnston MLA and Western Power have been invited to attend a public forum in Geraldton next month to listen and discuss the ongoing outages in the region.

Financial boost available in latest round of Community Grants
Posted 19 February 2020 Financial boost available in latest round of Community Grants

Local organisations looking for a financial boost are encouraged to apply for the City of Greater Geraldton’s recent round of Community Grants.

Citizen’s jury begins review of City services
Posted 19 February 2020 Citizen’s jury begins review of City services

A citizen’s jury of everyday people will begin their review of City services over a series of workshops kicking off on Thursday evening.

Street meets to educate on FOGO trial
Posted 18 February 2020 Street meets to educate on FOGO trial

With the small scale trial of kerbside collection of food and organic waste right around the corner – street meets to educate the community will commence this week.

Chapman River native bushland to be protected from rabbits
Posted 14 February 2020 Chapman River native bushland to be protected from rabbits

The City of Greater Geraldton will be taking action to protect flora special to the Chapman River Regional Park by reducing the rabbit population in a month-long comprehensive baiting program starting next week.

City taking realistic approach to recycling
Posted 13 February 2020 City taking realistic approach to recycling

In what has been described as a “nationwide crisis” the City of Greater Geraldton are ensuring a realistic approach to recycling.

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