Resources - Shire of Mingenew
Shenton Street Skate Park
The Shenton Street Skate Park is in need of upgrading; something that was identified during the development of our community Strategic Plan 2019-2029. The Skate Park itself still gets a lot of use from the youth in Mingenew and if the area is made more inviting it would encourage more outdoor recreational activities for our young community. This presents us with an opportunity of also adding some recreational infrastructure to the area between the skate park and Cecil Newton Park.
Following several meetings from our Community Working Group, we have drafted a layout and come up with some equipment options to create a single youth precinct, incorporating the existing Skate Park, adjacent land on Shenton Street and parts of Cecil Newton Park. We are currently seeking public feedback before moving to a formal design phase.
You can use the forms above to provide feedback before the 15 May 2020 deadline.
CBH/Townsite Heavy Vehicle Access
Together with CBH and Main Roads WA (MRWA) we are looking at ways that we can improve heavy vehicle access to the CBH site. This may require realignment of both the Midlands Road and Mingenew-Morawa Road to improve accessibility.
This is a medium- to long-term project which will require significant external funding to complete. As such we anticipate several years of planning and obtaining funding before any physical roadworks would take place. As we are looking at a long-term solution for the town, it’s appropriate that it be given due consideration and planning.
To better manage our natural environment, reduce unauthorised dumping of waste and improve our regulatory compliance, the Shire of Mingenew is moving from its current Landfill approach towards a Transfer Station model. This will likely mean some changes in the way our tip operates, and we are currently examining tenders to manage the transfer station on the Shire’s behalf. You can view our Draft Environmental Plan here.
You can also download forms to request a waste service above.
To improve our public communication the Shire is currently in the process of updating people’s contact details on our SMS Servicing line and email services. We are aware that people prefer to receive SMS updates and/or emails for certain Shire activities. As such we would appreciate if you could tick those activities for which you would like to receive SMS updates and/or emails for in the form below. To ensure our database is accurate, please complete this even if you already receive SMS or email messaging.
Did you know that the Shire has a range of resources and facilities which are available to our local community to rent and utilise? These include:
- Recreation Centre and Turf Bar
- Autumn Centre
- Community Bus
- Tables and Chairs
- Mobile Coolroom
- Private Works Requests
You can view fees and charges for these items here. Should you wish to make a booking for any of these items, please contact the Shire Office on 08 9928 1102, or drop by the office and speak to someone at Reception to complete an Application Form. Alternatively, you can download a Form right here.
We have introduced these forms to ensure that all requests go through a central point of contact and are properly captured in our booking system. This will help to ensure that requested items or facilities are ready when needed and allow us to keep better track of how our resources are used.
If you want to book something, or simply have a question about the booking process, please don’t hesitate to contact us on 08 9928 1102 or come and see us on 21 Victoria Street. Thank you.
Food Permit Applications
Public Interest Disclosures (PID)
Public Interest Disclosure Act 2003 (PID Act)
The PID Act enables people to make disclosures about wrongdoing within the state public sector, local government and public universities without fear of reprisal. The Act aims to ensure openness and accountability in government by encouraging people to make disclosures by maintaining confidentiality and providing immunity from detrimental action.
What is a public interest disclosure?
A disclosure must relate to a matter of public interest and tend to show wrongdoing by a public body.
What is a public body?
- A public authority (State Government, local government, public university etc);
- A public officer (Employee of a public authority, a minister, a member of parliament, a judicial officer, a police officer, a holder of office under the State);
- A public sector contractor (a person or organisation engaged by a public authority).
What is a wrongdoing?
- Improper conduct;
- Offence under State Law;
- Substantial misuse of public resources;
- Substantial mismanagement of public resources;
- Substantial risk to public health, safety or the environment;
- Matter of administration that can be investigated by the State Ombudsman.
Who can make a disclosure?
Anyone who believes on reasonable grounds that the information they have is or may be true can make a disclosure, including an employee of a public authority and a member of the public.
How do I make a disclosure?
Your disclosure must be made to a proper authority.
Who is a proper authority?
- The PID Officer within the public authority where the wrongdoing occurred;
- A Police Officer;
- Corruption and Crime Commission;
- WA Ombudsman;
- Auditor General.
- PID Officer, Shire of Mingenew: Nils Hay (08) 9928 1102
- For further information about public interest disclosures click here
- The Public Sector Commission’s Guide for Disclosers can be accessed here
Alternatively call the PID Advice and Referral Line: 1800 355 835
Community Assistance Scheme
Our Community Assistance Scheme is currently closed for applications. A new Scheme will be considered as part of the 2020-21 Budget.