Call Police on 131 444 to report dangerous, reckless or anti-social driving (hoon) behaviour.
Call Police as soon as you can and advise if you believe the behaviour will continue long enough for Police to attend the scene
What to Report - as well as a downloadable reporting form is available.
The Office of Energy leads the development and implementation of policy and programs to meet Western Australia's energy needs. Find out more regarding grants and rebates that are available.
Transperth provides public transport services for the metropolitan area
The Public Transport Authority are aware that for those who live too far to cycle all the way to work each morning, riding to the station is a great option,not only for your health but for the environment.
For those interested in finding out what bike facilities are available at their local Train Stations please down load the required information from the link in the heading above.
This site has news and info about all areas of local government in Western Australia.
The information contained on this website will help you decide where you would like to go swimming this summer.
Information about the Western Australian governments involvement in Local Government and Regional Development.
Complete travel and tourism information for Western Australia, including activities, accommodation, events and live cams.
Access all of the Western Australian government agencies from this site.
Entry point for all Australian federal government agencies.
The EMRC is comprised of the Cities of Belmont, Bayswater and Swan, the Town of Bassendean and the Shires of Mundaring and Kalamunda.
The Government Employees Superannuation Board (GESB) manages the superannuation fund for current and former employees of the WA Public Sector, and their partners. With a $5 billion investment portfolio and more than 250,000 members make it the largest super fund based in WA.
Report street lighting faults and other faults online
Perth's Eastern Region offcers visitors the opportunity to experience food and wine; arts, heritage and culture and interact with nature.
Perth's Eastern Region is grouped into three precincts:
- Swan River, comprised of the Town of Bassendean, and Cities of Bayswater and Belmont;
- Swan Valley, consisting of the City of Swan; and
- Perth Hills, comprised of the Shires of Kalamunda and Mundaring.
The EMRC supports member Councils in the management, development and promotion of the precincts.
The Eastern Metropolitan Regional Council (EMRC) is a regional local government which represents the Cities of Bassendean, Bayswater and Belmont, the Shires of Kalamunda and Mundaring and the City of Swan. The EMRC has initiated the Community Waste Education Program, which seeks to involve the community in the eastern metropolitan region in the process to identify an alternative to landfill for the region's waste.
Due to the historical industrial nature of the Town, there are numerous contaminated sites that the Department of Environment monitor and report on regularly.
The Department of Environment data base is comprehensive and easy to search for areas of interest. For general information about the Contaminated Sites Act 2003, Contaminated Site auditors, Contaminated Site Committee, Contaminated Site database, Fact Sheets, Forms, Guidelines and Resources can be found at http://www.dec.wa.gov.au/content/category/32/755/1579/ or for known contaminated sites please refer to : https://secure.dec.wa.gov.au/idelve/css/
View the latest Perth Haze Alert Information
Should you wish to review information on a particulr site, please refer to the above web sites or you can telephone the Department of Environment on 6467 5000 during office hours