Through Engage Mundaring, you are invited to have your say on a range of Shire projects and initiatives. Your feedback will help shape your community and the provision of programs, projects and facilities. Through this online engagement portal you can:

  • Review projects currently open for feedback. Simply click the project tile. To participate and receive project updates you are encouraged to register.
  • Stay informed about projects and initiatives happening across Shire of Mundaring.

Do you have a question about Engage Mundaring?

Contact the Shire on (08) 9290 6666 and ask to speak to our Coordinator Community Engagement, or email us at shire@mundaring.wa.gov.au. If your question relates to a specific project please contact the person detailed under 'Who's Listening' on the project page. 

 

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Mundaring Multi-purpose Community Facility

Shire of Mundaring is reimagining its town centre and in order to do so, has engaged closely with the local community to gauge the aspirations and requirements as to what this may ‘look and feel like’. The Shire is committed to revitalisation of the Mundaring Town Centre and through a staged developmental approach, creation of a new civic and cultural heart. A key component of this commitment is the rationalisation of a range of civic and community facilities into a proposed new Multi-Purpose Community Facility (MPCF) which will house the replacement Albert Facey Memorial Library as well as a range of other community and government services. Whilst construction of the proposed MP...
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EastLink WA - Perth to Northam

Proposed EastlinkWA, Perth to Northam - What does it mean for Shire of Mundaring? Project description With commitment from the State Government for funding of $10 million, matching that of the Federal Government, Main Roads Western Australia (MRWA) has commenced planning and project development for the proposed EastLink Project (project). The proje...
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Community Heritage Platform

Mundaring has a rich and colourful history. Local heritage is a defining characteristic of the Shire and needs to be understood, protected, sustained and celebrated. The Shire wishes to invite contributions from passionate and committed volunteers willing to contribute their time and energy to strengthen and broaden our collective understanding of ...
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2021 Green Spot Survey

What is the purpose of the Green Spot Program? The Green Spot Program is designed to increase the community’s awareness of wildlife on local roads. Ten wildlife “hot spot” locations will be chosen based on community nominations each year. Two Green Spot road signs will be erected at each location to make drivers more aware of wild...
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Morgan John Morgan Masterplan

Information Update The surveys undertaken by the GFRRA correlated well with the Shire’s own survey. Amongst many ideas presented was the provision for activities for young people aged 12 years and above. As a result of this community feedback, a proposal for a pump track has been included into the masterplan for Morgan John Morgan Reserve. Gi...
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Restoring Broz Park Wetland

Want to know more about the Broz Park wetland restoration project? Broz Park wetland is the focus of an environmental restoration project being undertaken by Shire of Munadaring during 2020 and 2021. View this project page to access information, keep up-to-date with the latest news and/or book your place at one of the community events to learn more...
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Broz Park Community Facilities

Help shape the future of Broz Park in Helena Valley. The community survey period to gather input into the development of the park to provide recreational amenity for residents of the area has now closed. The park already contains a skate park, play equipment, basketball court, bbq, shelters and walking path around the lake. A draft masterplan has b...
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Glen Road Darlington - Road Upgrades

As part of the Shire’s 2020/2021 Road and Footpath Programs , it is proposed to reconstruct Glen Road from Darlington Road to Leithdale Road addressing the road pavement failures, whilst improving on-street parking, drainage and verge treatment including new footpaths.
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Volunteering Network

Volunteering helps build stronger communities by providing people with an opportunity to become involved. Volunteering is time willingly given for the common good and without financial gain. Volunteering is a reciprocal relationship. The individual and the community benefit from the efforts of volunteers. Their invaluable contribution of work skill...
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About Engage Mundaring

Learn more about Engage Mundaring and how you can get involved! Find out answers to the most commonly asked questions and how you can use the site. Here you can find links to the privacy, moderation and accessibility policies and contact us directly with any queries.
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