Access and inclusion
The City of Subiaco is working at improving the accessibility and inclusiveness of all aspects of city functions. This includes physical access as well as enhancing the inclusiveness of everything the city provides.Accessibility
This page is about the visual accessibility of the City of Subiaco website, which has been designed to help you access information you need quickly and easily. Active transport
The city is committed to the ongoing improvement of facilities that allow the community to travel along attractive and safe bike and foot paths.Advertising and signage
This page provides information about approvals required from the city for the use of advertising signage associated with commercial activities.Advisory committees
The City of Subiaco has established advisory committees to enable the local community to have input into the management of key areas. Agendas and minutes
Access agendas for upcoming meetings and read the minutes of past meetings.Application process
The City of Subiaco is committed to thorough, transparent and fair recruitment processes.Applying for approvals
Planning and/or building approvals may be required before making any alterations or additions to your home or business. Whether you are thinking of making improvements such as a renovation or addition, or planning a new development, it it important to advise the city of your plans as most projects of this nature require approvals.Asbestos and hazardous waste
This page contains information on types of hazardous waste, and the precautions that must be taken to remove and transport asbestos to locations of disposal.Attending a meeting of council
Members of the public are welcome to attend all council and committee meetings, and are given the opportunity to ask questions or make statements. Council meetings are held in the city’s Council Chamber, 241 Rokeby Road, Subiaco at 5.30pm on a Tuesday evening.Awards
Find out about the city's prestigious annual and biennial awards.
Builder and construction noise
This page contains information on noise problems from construction sites, after hours work and penalties in the City of Subiaco.Building and renovatingBuilding applications and forms
This page contains information on lodgement, guidelines, checklists and forms that are required for applying for a building permit within the City of Subiaco.Building regulations
This page contains information on the Building Act and Building Regulations in relation to the assessment of a building permit application.Built heritage
Find out about built heritage in the City of Subiaco.Business crime prevention
This page contains information about actions business owners can take to reduce crime. It includes advice, details of programs the city offers, and where to go for more information.Business e-newsletter
Sign up for the latest in business news and alerts, plus access a number of organisations and websites that provide useful information and advice to City of Subiaco business owners.Business regulations and approvals
Find out about regulations and approvals for businesses in the City of Subiaco.Busking and street entertainment
If you would like to busk in the City of Subiaco you are required to obtain approval before you perform. This page contains information on applying, and permitted busking areas and times.
The city provides a number of services dedicated to maintaining and improving its capital facilities and equipment. Car park locations map
This page displays an interactive map of parking options in the City of Subiaco. Carter Lane precinct
The City of Subiaco is the owner of land at 20 Roydhouse Street, Subiaco previously known as the Bosich site. The city plans to redevelop this site and the broader precinct known as Carter Lane. Cats
In 2011, the state government introduced legislation called the Cat Act 2011. The new cat laws aim to encourage responsible pet ownership and reduce the number of unwanted cats in the community.Citizenship ceremonies
City of Subiaco residents who choose to become Australian citizens are invited to participate in the city's citizenship ceremonies.Club development
There are a wide range of facilities, sporting clubs and recreation programs available in the City of Subiaco. The city works closely with sport and recreation providers to foster the growth of successful and sustainable sport and recreation options in the area to meet the community's physical activity needs.Community centre bookings
The city has four community centres available for hire.Community gardens
This page contains information about the benefits of running a community garden, and what the city is doing to identify potential garden sites.Community shopping bus
The city provides a fortnightly door-to-door shopping bus service for its residents.Concerts
Find out about the city's free sunday@subi and sunset@subi concerts series. Contact us
Find out how to contact the City of Subiaco and the administration centre's opening hours. Council meetings
Find out how to attend meetings of council and access agendas and minutes.Councillor contacts
This page provides contact information for the thirteen elected members of council. Crime prevention programs
The city is constantly looking for ways to make Subiaco an even more vibrant, liveable, safe and accessible city. This page contains information about some of the programs that we’re organising to achieve this. Crime prevention tips
This page contains information on actions residents can take to reduce crime and to make sure we all feel safe in Subiaco. It includes general advice, a tip-of-the-week section, and useful safety links. CrossoversCurrent vacancies
Employment vacancies are advertised on this page as they become available.
This page provides links to detailed statistical information sourced from the Australian Bureau of Statistics about the demographic profile of the City of Subiaco and the western suburbs.Demolitions
This page contains information on lodgement, checklists and forms that are required for applying for a demolition permit within the City of Subiaco.Development Assessment Panel (DAP)Dogs
The city's rangers are involved in helping people to be responsible dog owners and help to enforce the local laws relating to animals.Drainage
The local business community in Subiaco is represented through a number of key business groups, including the Economic Business and Sustainability Committee, Visit Subiaco and the Subiaco Business Association.Emergency contacts
Find out about preparing for an emergency and the city's emergency management arrangements. Employment
Find out about working at the city and search for current vacancies.Energy and water efficiency standards
This page contains information on energy and water efficiency standards and sustainability for your property within the City of Subiaco.Entertainment and leisure
Home to cinemas and theatres, markets, shopping, restaurants and cafes, and Subiaco Oval, there's always something to do in Subiaco.Environmental initiativesEvents calendar
Use the events calendar to find upcoming events coordinated or supported by the city.
Feedback and enquiry form
The city welcomes your feedback to help us provide the best service possible and endeavours to efficiently answer all enquiries.Find my bin day
Use the interactive tool to find your residential bin day.Food businesses
All food businesses operating in the City of Subiaco must be registered. This page contains information about licensing, food business guidelines, food allergy and food handling training. Footpaths and cycle pathsFor carers
This page contains information on the range of support, information, activities and programs that the City of Subiaco provides to carers.For parents and childrenFor people with disabilityFor seniorsFor youth
The City of Subiaco develops projects with and for young people in response to the needs and interests of our community. Projects include AmpFest, awards, Subi Voice of Youth, Race Around Subi, skate workshops, Youth Achievement Grants and National Youth Week.Freedom of information
The Freedom of Information Act 1992 gives the public a right to apply for access to documents held by the City of Subiaco.
The City of Subiaco's goal is to remove graffiti as quickly as possible. The city has an enhanced and free graffiti removal service for all private properties, both residential and commercial.Grants and partnerships
The city offers a variety of grants and partnerships designed to support innovative cultural and community activities. Individuals, community-based organisations and local groups that enhance the provision of programs, services and support to the Subiaco community are encouraged to apply.Green waste collection
The city offers residents free on demand green waste collection throughout the year. Greywater systems
Installation of a greywater system requires written approval. This page contains information on the approval process, incentives and rebates, types of greywater systems, and details on the installation, use and care of your system.
Have your say Subiaco
Have your say Subiaco is the city's online community engagement hub and also hosts all online formal submissions on items for public consultation. Health and safety for businessesHealth and safety in the homeHealth and wellbeing
This page contains information about the hospitals and physical and mental wellbeing services in the city. Heritage Conservation and Sustainable Buildings Awards
The biennial Heritage Conservation and Sustainability Awards commend owners for their valuable work in conserving and maintaining the city's heritage, and assist in promoting and encouraging an understanding of the value of heritage to the local community. Heritage information and resources
The unique and rich history of the City of Subiaco is reflected in the built fabric of our heritage buildings and places. The city recognises the importance of protecting places of cultural heritage significance as a way to enhance the city's sense of identity and preserve our history for future generations.Heritage news
This page contains news about heritage projects and the adoption of new heritage places and conservation areas within the City of Subiaco. History of Subiaco
Subiaco and its surrounding suburbs of Crawley, Daglish, Jolimont, Nedlands and Shenton Park share a unique history and sense of community.Home
In-home and meal services
The City of Subiaco provides a number of services for people who need support at home and in the community. The services are subsidised under the Home and Community Care (HACC) program and are available to seniors and people with special needs, and their carers.
Justice of the Peace
The City of Subiaco facilitates a free legal service and Justice of peace service once a week to those needing documents witnessed or for those seeking advice on legal matters including estate planning, wills, commercial and civil matters and family law.
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This page contains information about Lake Jualbup, including progress and updates on the project to maintain a permanent body of water in the lake, the Lake Jualbup Accord project and other significant information.Library services
Subiaco Library is proud of the high quality services it provides to the community.Litter management
The city provides comprehensive street sweeping, butt out bin and street bin cleaning, as well as litter control services to ensure the health and amenities of the community and the surrounding environment. Local government elections
This page contains information about elections, eligibility to vote and how to become a councillor in the City of Subiaco.Local government reform
The state government has initiated structural reform of local government in Western Australia. This page contains the history and latest news about how proposed amalgamations will affect the City of Subiaco.Local History Awards
The annual Local History Awards are a great opportunity to research, record and share the rich history of Subiaco. Local laws and policies
The City of Subiaco is responsible for adhering to state and local government regulations to ensure the safety and wellbeing of the community. The city's policies set guidelines for the effective and efficient management of council resources and assist council and staff achieve an equitable decision making process.Lodging a development application
This page outlines the process associated with lodging a development application and how it is assessed. Lords Recreation Centre
Lords is one of the leading recreation centres in Perth, combining indoor community sport, health and fitness facilities and fantastic classes, all in a relaxed and friendly environment. Whether you like to work out in the gym, participate in group fitness, play team sport or swim laps, Lords offers something for everyone.
With regular markets held in the town centre, it's not surprising that when people think of Subiaco, they often think of markets.Mayor and councillors
The Mayor and twelve councillors are elected to the City of Subiaco council.Media releases
The city's media releases provide information about significant projects, achievements and decisions. Men's Shed
This page provides a history of the Subiaco Community Men's Shed and its aims, location and contact details for those interested in joining.Message from the Mayor
Subiaco councillors are honoured to have been elected by our fellow residents and ratepayers, and value the responsibility of representing our local community. Museum exhibitions
Visitors to Subiaco Museum will enjoy the permanent and changing exhibitions mounted in the museum's five display rooms, as well as spaces in the city's Administration Centre and Subiaco Library.
National Broadband Network
Super-fast internet is on its way to Subiaco. Works on the National Broadband Network (NBN) started in the area in July 2013 and connections will take approximately twelve to eighteen months to be completed. Neighbourhood health and safety
Find out how you can work with the city to keep your neighbourhood safe.Neighbourhood noise
This page contains information on noise problems including parties, musical instruments, power tools, air conditioners and construction noise.News
Find out about the latest happenings in the City of Subiaco.
The city is comprised of six directorates, including the office of the CEO, corporate services, development services, community development, technical services and city business.Organising a public event
If you are organising a public event in the City of Subiaco, you must obtain approval from the city. Find out about applications and requirements.Our future and vision
The City of Subiaco undertook its Think2030 community visioning process to gain feedback on a vision and future direction for the city. This culminated in the development of the City of Subiaco Strategic Community Plan and Corporate Business Plan.
This page contains information about parking options in and around the Subiaco town centre, including hospital parking and parking near UWA and Subiaco Oval.Parking infringements
Under the Local Government Act 1995, authorised officers can issue infringement notices for non-compliance with the local laws. Infringement notices may be issued for offences relating to parking, dogs, cats and litter.Parking permits for residents
Many residential properties in Subiaco are in streets with restrictions on parking or where access to parking on the property may not be possible for the resident and/or their visitors. Parks and reserves
There are thirty parks in the Subiaco municipality, categorised as regional, suburban or local parks.Parks bookings
This page contains information about booking a park or reserve for a special occasion.Pay your rates onlinePest and insect control
insects, mosquitoes, rats, rodents, mice, feral animals, possums, foxes, rabbits, rat control, baits, possum control, pests, mozzies, control of mosquitoes, exterminate, wasps, ants, bees, rat baitPest and insect control
This page contains information on how to control pest in your business premises.Photographic Awards
The City of Subiaco's annual Photographic Awards celebrate creativity in Subiaco and offer photographers a chance to showcase their original work. Planning and development applicationsPoultry and farm animals
The keeping of poultry and farm animals, as well as pigeons and doves, in the City of Subiaco is subject to approval, with various conditions and restrictions.Power and lighting
Find out about power and lighting in the City of Subiaco. Privacy and disclaimer
The material produced by the City of Subiaco on this website is protected by copyright and the city accepts no liability for the accuracy of any of the information.Programs for children
This page contains information about all the fun activities and programs for children in the city, including school holiday activities, the Children's adventure map, Subi Kids Crew and Subi's future – for kids.Public art
Public art plays a vital role in creating a sense of place within the community. The City of Subiaco is committed to delivering a diverse and vibrant public art program because we believe that public art is vital to community and cultural development.Public health
This page contains information about public health campaigns supported by the city, including Asbestos Awareness Month, Food Allergy Week, Australian Food Safety Week and Fight the Bite.Public transport
Subiaco has an extensive public transport network of trains and buses.
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Find out about paying rates in the City of Subiaco. Recycling and waste services for businesses
Find out about recycling and rubbish services for businesses in the City of Subiaco.Recycling and waste services for residentsReport a faulty streetlight
All the information required to report a faulty streetlight in the City of Subiaco. Reports and corporate documents
The City of Subiaco produces a number of reports and corporate documents that provide the community with information on topics such as council projects, plans, procedures and services. Road, verge and footpath obstruction permitsRoads
Subiaco is currently undertaking numerous projects for road rehabilitation and road resurfacing to improve the safety and long term performance of the road pavements.
Search the catalogue
Subiaco Library is a leading public library that provides information services to meet the educational and cultural needs of the community.Shaun Tan Award
The City of Subiaco proudly presents the annual Shaun Tan Award for Young Artists. The award encourages imagination and innovation, and is a great opportunity to develop skills in visual arts.Sitemap
The sitemap lists all of the pages in the City of Subiaco website. Social activities for seniors
There are a wide range of events available to senior City of Subiaco residents, including lunches, film club, high teas, bus trips, information forums and fitness classes.Social media
The City of Subiaco uses its Facebook page to connect with the community and share information about events, programs and activities in the city.Sport and recreation
Find out about all the ways to get active in Subiaco.Sport for kids
Exposing children to sport and recreation opportunities at a young age provides more than just health benefits. Kids who engage in physical activity are more inclined to be happier, healthier and more active in their adulthood. The city can help you find a sport that is right for your child.Subdivisions and amalgamations
This page provides information on the subdivision and amalgamation approvals process in the city. Subiaco LibrarySubiaco Museum
Find out how to visit Subiaco Museum. Subiaco Oval
Subiaco is the home of football in Western Australia. Subiaco Oval has a capacity of more than 43 500, and hosts over forty national and international sporting and entertainment events each year.Sustainable transport initiativesSustainable Verge and Garden Award
The city's annual Sustainable Verge and Garden Award promotes verges and gardens that contribute to greening, water conservation and biodiversity in an urban setting.Swimming pools
This page contains information on safety barriers, requirements for fencing and rules for private swimming pools.
Talk about Subi
Talk about Subi is published monthly to keep the community informed about what's happening in the city. The newsletter is delivered free of charge to all residents and businesses in the city in the last week of each month. Temporary food stalls
To hold a temporary food stall in the City of Subiaco, you are required to obtain a licence. This page contains information on food safety, registration and licences.Tenders
Check out the city's current quotations, tenders and expressions of interest. Tim Winton Award
The City of Subiaco is proud to coordinate the annual Tim Winton Award for Young Writers. The award encourages imagination and innovation, and provides a great opportunity to develop creative writing skills.Tim Winton Award entry form - StudentTown planning controls and policies
This page contains information about the city's town planning scheme, planning policies, and other planning controls relevant to the City of Subiaco.Tree preservation and planting
This page contains information about how the city maintains its trees and selects tree species when replanting is required.Trees and verges
This page contains information on the city’s Street Tree Policy, planting, pruning and landscaping.
Useful planning links
This page includes planning related websites which may be useful for people looking to undertake development within the City of Subiaco.
Venues for hireVisit the museum
Subiaco Museum records and shares the social history of the Subiaco area. Volunteering
Volunteering comes about because of the goodwill, generosity, creativity and compassion of the individual who volunteers. Giving one or two hours a week can make a huge difference to others in your community.
With an abundance of parks and reserves and wide footpaths and shady trees lining most roads, walking in Subiaco is a pleasant option year round. The city supports a number of initiatives to help you enjoy your walking experience. Ward areas
The City of Subiaco is located in the inner metropolitan area of Perth and includes the suburbs of Subiaco and Daglish, and parts of Nedlands, Shenton Park, Crawley and Jolimont. The city has four ward areas.Water conservation and quality
The city has undertaken a number of projects to conserve water and ensure water quality, and has received awards in recognition of its efforts. WESROC projects
This page contains information on the collaboration between the City of Subiaco and Western Suburbs Regional Organisation of Councils (WESROC) to implement regional water conservation and quality projects. Wildlife
There is plenty of wildlife to be found within the city’s parks and reserves.Wood heaters
This page contains general information on wood heaters, burning and wood selection.Working at the city
The City of Subiaco is an innovative, community-focused organisation providing strong leadership to build a unique and welcoming place. Working at the city is a rewarding and enjoyable experience.
The City of Subiaco develops projects with and for young people in response to the needs and interests of our community. Projects include AmpFest, awards, Subi Voice of Youth, Race Around Subi, skate workshops, Youth Achievement Grants and National Youth Week.
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