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Vacancies - Municipal Employees
Posted 14 January 2022 Vacancies - Municipal Employees

Pool Closed Monday 17 January 2022
Posted 11 January 2022 Pool Closed Monday 17 January 2022

Great Beyond Visitor Centre Temporary Relocation
Posted 11 January 2022 Great Beyond Visitor Centre Temporary Relocation

Cats, Cemeteries, Dogs, Fencing Amendment, Repeal Local Laws
Posted 09 December 2021 Cats, Cemeteries, Dogs, Fencing Amendment, Repeal Local Laws

Laverton Aquatic Centre Opening Hours
Posted 06 October 2021 Laverton Aquatic Centre Opening Hours

2022 Council Meeting Dates
Posted 05 October 2021 2022 Council Meeting Dates

Strategic Community Plan and Corporate Business Plan 2020-2030
Posted 04 October 2021 Strategic Community Plan and Corporate Business Plan 2020-2030

Bush Fire Notice 2021/2022
Posted 01 October 2021 Bush Fire Notice 2021/2022

Road Closure and Road Dedication to the Minister for Lands
Posted 30 August 2021 Road Closure and Road Dedication to the Minister for Lands

Notice of Adoption of Bush Fire Brigades Local Law
Posted 18 August 2021 Notice of Adoption of Bush Fire Brigades Local Law

Travelling the Outback Way and COVID-19
Posted 15 December 2020 Travelling the Outback Way and COVID-19

Laverton Coach House
Posted 27 February 2018 Laverton Coach House

Cr Rosemary Street has donated a painting of the historic Coach House building to the Shire.

GREAT CENTRAL ROAD FLOODING
Posted 22 February 2018 GREAT CENTRAL ROAD FLOODING

Great Central Road Closed to All Traffic

March Flies
Posted 15 February 2018 March Flies

Following the recent rain and hot weather, we are experiencing large numbers of March flies around Laverton. Get more information about them here.

LAVERTON RECOGNISED FOR EXCELLENT YOUTH PROGRAMS
Posted 11 December 2017 LAVERTON RECOGNISED FOR EXCELLENT YOUTH PROGRAMS

The Shire of Laverton has excelled in the 2017 Western Australia’s seventh annual Local Government Children’s Environment and Health Policy Awards receiving a commendation for Aboriginal Child Health. The Children’s Environment and Health Policy Awards are presented annually by the Public Health Advocacy Institute of WA, showcasing local government’s progress in creating environments that protect and support the health of children. Laverton’s Youth Centre programs received a commendation in the Aboriginal Child Health category. One of the most popular ongoing, activities, is going ‘out bush’, led by elders and community members with skills and knowledge of bush plants and animals shared with the wider community.

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