A FOGO (Food Organics, Garden Organics) waste service will roll out to Subiaco residents in May 2023.
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Did you know there is free parking in Subiaco every weekend, and every evening after 5pm? Plus, you can find $9 a day parking in 13 spots across the City?
The City of Subiaco offers incentives and assistance for owners of heritage properties, including a heritage advisory service and heritage grants.
Subiaco is a unique, popular and welcoming place. We celebrate our rich history, while embracing the diversity and vitality of the present.
Our public spaces and diverse local businesses contribute to a happy lifestyle for all.
The full vision, and how it guides City operations, is detailed in the Strategic Community Plan.
Local government elections are held every two years, generally on the third Saturday in October.
City of Subiaco Council
The City of Subiaco Council comprises nine elected members. The Mayor represents the entire district and there are two councillors for each of the North, East, Central and South wards.
The Mayor and Councillors are elected to their positions for a four year term. Councillors retire from office on a rotational basis, with half retiring every two years.
City of Subiaco elections are conducted as postal elections by the Western Australian Electoral Commission. The commission appoints a Returning Officer who oversees the elections. This includes taking candidate nominations and supervising the count on election night.
About three weeks before election day, election packages are posted to all electors on the City of Subiaco electoral rolls.
Election packages can be returned by mail, or hand delivered to a sealed ballot box at the City's Administration Centre, before 6pm on election day.
Replacement ballot papers are available for registered voters at the City’s Administration Centre.
The count commences at 6pm on election day and results are usually available later the same evening on the Western Australian Electoral Commission's website.
Residents who are listed on the state electoral roll within the boundaries of the City are automatically placed on the residents' roll.
If you live in the City and are not registered on the state electoral roll, you will need to complete an enrolment form. Forms are available from post offices, the offices of the Western Australian Electoral Commission or the Australian Electoral Commission website.
The City encourages all residents to vote and have their say. To check if you are correctly enrolled on the residents' roll, visit the Western Australian Electoral Commission's website.
If you have recently moved to the district and are already on the state electoral roll, you will need to complete a change of address form to vote in City of Subiaco elections. This form can be completed on the Western Australian Electoral Commission website.
Where a company or body corporate owns or occupies rateable land, up to two people can be enrolled to vote on its behalf.
If the same company or body corporate owns more than one property in a ward, the body is still only entitled to have two nominated persons on the roll.
Inclusion on the roll solely as a nominee for a company does not meet the eligibility criteria for nominating as a candidate.
Occupiers and occupier nominees remain on the roll for two elections after their enrolment is accepted and are taken off the roll six months after the second election. They must re-enrol if they wish to continue as electors.
Owners of rateable property remain on the roll until the relevant property passes ownership.
The City encourages all business representatives and property owners to vote and have their say. To check if you are correctly enrolled on the owner/occupier roll, visit the City's Administration at Level 2/388 Hay Street, Subiaco or contact the City on 9237 9222.
For further information about eligibility, download the Owner/Occupier Roll Information Sheet 2023.
Individuals applying in their own names either as owners or occupiers may download, complete and return the Form 2 - Enrolment Eligibility Claim Form.
Individuals being nominated by a corporate body as owner nominees or occupier nominees may download, complete and return the Form 2A - Application to Register a Corporate Nominee Form.