The City of Busselton has received a grant of $1.395million from the South West Development Commission to support community infrastructure projects across the region.
The funding will be primarily directed toward upgrading pedestrian and cycle access ways within the municipality to improve safety and connectivity.
The City continues to engage with the community on proposed changes to the current dog exercise areas across the municipality.
At a community meeting last week, City Rangers met with a small group of dog owners to discuss various aspects of the advertised proposals.
Ranger and Emergency Services Manager, Tim Wall said that all though there were few people at the meeting, some le
The State Government’s announcement today that it will fund the reconfiguration of the Port Geographe groyne network is welcome news to the City of Busselton, its ratepayers and residents.
Minister for Transport, Troy Buswell announced the $28.15million funding commitment which will see major corrective work commencing in 2013.
Members of the public are invited to provide their feedback on the future growth and development of the City of Busseltonas part of an extensive community consultation process to be launched on November the 12th.
A discussion paper called Future Busselton 2050: Strategic Growth Scenarios has been prepared to engage community members in the development of an overall s
The City continues to face difficulties in its bid to complete the Port Geographe footbridge spanning the canal.
While responsibility for the unsatisfactory and partial condition of the bridge rests with the stalled developer, the City is doing all it can to complete the build with limited funds.