The City’s Environmental Strategy will undergo an extensive review to ensure it remains relevant to current and future needs.
This will involve a thorough assessment of existing policies, plans and procedures in relation to key areas of environmental importance such as: biodiversity; coastal management; wetlands and waterways; agricultural land use; fire management; funding and resource
Council has given the green light for the first mobile food and beverage vendor to potentially start operating from the Busselton Jetty next summer.
Following the outcomes of an Expressions of Interest (EOI) period, the City will enter into a license agreement with Blue Peter Cafe enabling it to sell coffee, other non-alcoholic beverages and takeaway food items to jetty visitors.<
Implementation of a Safety and Security Strategy encompassing the CBD areas of the City’s main town-ships is now one step closer with Council agreeing to release the draft strategy for public feedback.
Compiled by an independent consultant with significant input from key stakeholders including the Police and City Officers, the Draft Strategy for Safety and Security for the Busselton
Busselton and Sugito Sister City Association (BASSCA) are hoping to attract people with Japanese language skills to assist in a volunteer capacity as translators and interpreters.
Tonia Kilian, City Relationship Officer at the City of Busselton, said that the intention is to build a pool of competent Japanese speaking people who can make themselves available
The City of Busselton has installed a new dump point to cater for the growing number of visitors to the region travelling in caravans and recreational vehicles.
This initiative was delivered by the City of Busselton in partnership with Tourism WA as part of the WA Caravan and Camping Action Plan which is funded by the State