Bulk waste collection just got more flexible and convenient with the start of the verge valet trial.
Subiaco - A one stop destination like no other for retail, leisure and business.
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.
The Gifts Register records disclosures made by elected members, the Chief Executive Officer and employees on gifts offered in the officer’s official capacity.
The Local Government Act 1995 (sections 5.87A and 5.87B) requires elected members and the Chief Executive Officer to disclose within 10 days of receipt gifts which are:
• valued over $300, or
• two or more gifts with a cumulative value over $300 (where the gifts are received from the same donor in a 12-month period).
Employees are required to disclose within 10 days of receipt gifts which are:
• valued between $50 and $300, or
• two or more gifts with a cumulative value between $50 and $300 (where gifts are received from the same donor in a six-month period)
Regulation 34B of the Local Government (Administration) Regulations 1996 prohibits gifts over the value of $300.
A gift valued less than $50 may be accepted and need not be disclosed.
Download the latest copy of the City's Gifts Register.
During election periods, candidates and donors are required to disclose the receipt or donation of a gift, where the gift is worth more than $200. Details of these gifts are kept in a register which is maintained by the City.
Should a candidate be successfully elected, the gift will remain on the Electoral Gifts Register until their term of office has expired.
If a candidate is not successfully elected, the gift disclosure will be removed from the Electoral Gifts register after the election date.
Download the latest copy of the City's Electoral Gifts Register (205KB).
If someone lodges a complaint against a Council member or Committee member alleging they have breached a provision of Division 4 of the Code of Conduct for Council Members, Committee Members and Candidates, that complaint is required to be submitted to the Local Government Standards Panel. The Panel then determines whether the alleged breach occurred or not.
To see the current tenders please go to our Tenders page.
A/5117 Replacement of Timber Decking at Subiaco Common
A/5213 Depot Waste Collection and Disposal Services
A/5229 Weed and Pest Control
A/5201 Graffiti Removal Services
A/5246 Pressure Cleaning of Paving and Associated Infrastructure
A/5291 Council Chambers and Lunch Room Fit Out
A/5292 Receiving and Processing of the City's Kerbside Co-Mingled Recycling
A/5321 Routine Maintenance of Iron Filtration Plants
A/5324 Supply of Irrigation, Sprinklers and PVC Parts
A/5058 Relocation of Existing Offices within an Industrial Warehouse
A/4988 E H Parker Library Refurbishment
A/5277 Servicing and Repairs of Heavy Vehicles and Major Plant 2019
A/5276 Supply and Delivery of Mobile Fuel
A/5323 Bore and Pump Maintenance
A/5377 Churchill Avenue Car Park Upgrade
A/5354 Non Chemical Weed Control
A/5367 Admin on Bishop - Office Refurbishment
A/5381 Supply, Lease and Finance Indoor Bikes for Lords Recreation Centre
A/5483 Line Marking Services
A/5519 Supply of New Irrigation Controller Hardware and Software Support
A/5643 Drainage Works at Various Locations
A/5580 Supply and Installation of Loose Office Furniture
A/5232 Supply and Install a New Irrigation System at Rosalie Park
A/5647 Supply, Delivery and Servicing of Solar Compactor Bins
A/5515 Supply and Placement of Asphalt and Profiling
A/5700 Receival and Processing of Kerbside Co-Mingled Recycling
A/5585 Redevelopment of the City of Subiaco Website
A/5594 Provision of Buildings and Facilities Plumbing Services
A/5532 Drainage Infrastructure Maintenance
A/5777 Stormwater Drainage Eduction and Jetting Services
A/5382 Lords Recreation Centre - Court Netting Replacement
A/5034 Two-Way Replacement and Airtime
A/5778 Street Light and Park Light Maintenance
A/5785 Hamilton Street/Subiaco Road Roundabout
A/5948 Supply and Installation of Street Lighting Upgrade at Various Locations
A/6042 Churchill Avenue Temporary Pop Up Park and Activation Program
A/5998 Stormwater Drainage Improvements
A/5993 Storage Upgrade 2020
A/5897 Provision of Building and Facilties Electrical Services
A/5952 Provision of Internal Auditing Services
A/6101 Provision of Sweeping Services
A/6056 Lords Strength Equipment Upgrade
A/6060 Supply and Install LED Lighting Systems at Market Square
A/6220 Supply and Install a New Irrigation System at Nicholson Road Reserve
A/5285 Investment Property Management Services
A/6210 Concrete Path Works including Kerbing and Other Miscellaneous Works
A/6217 Parking Machine Maintenance Services and Parking Machine Supply
A/6070 Seddon Street Public Realm Upgrade - Concept, Design Development and Costing
A/6221 Construction of the New Mixed Use Sporting Facility at Rosalie Park
A/6214 Drilling and Construction of Superficial Bores within City of Subiaco
A/6138 Provision of Cleaning Services and Consumables
A/6215 Coordination of the Sunset@Subi Concert Series
A/6263 Subiaco Public Realm Christmas Decorations
A/6107 Supply and Installation of New LED Floodlighting at Rosalie Park
A/6297 See Subiaco Event April 2022
A/6277 2 Upham Street, Subiaco - Demolition of Improvements
A/6270 Tree Pruning Services
A/5471 Aboriginal Consultant - Reconciliation Action Plan
A/6342 Cash Collection and Banking
Section 5.75 of the Local Government Act 1995 requires Elected Members, the Chief Executive Officer and officers with delegated authority to complete a primary return within three months of their start date at the City.
Section 5.76 of the Local Government Act 1995 requires those relevant persons who have submitted a primary return to update their returns yearly by submitting an annual return.
A list of the Elected Members and City officers who have submitted a primary or annual return since the beginning of the 2020/21 financial year is required to be published on each local government's website.