Public notices are used to advise Albany residents of road closures, footpath works and rubbish collections within the municipality.
All notices are published in local and/or state publications such as the Albany Advertiser, Great Southern Weekender and West Australian.
The City of Albany is reviewing the Connected Communities Strategy which priortises the work of the City's Community Development Team.
Community members are invited to HAVE YOUR SAY!
You can make comment in a number of ways:
Complete online survey: https://bit.yl/2GaOsYe
Provide your comments via a submission form or complete a post card
Attend a community workshop at various locations around Albany including:
Wednesday 13 February, 6pm Torbay Hall
Wednesday 20 February, 6pm King River Hall
Thursday 21 February, 6pm Manypeaks Community Association Hall
Wednesday 27 February, 2pm or 6pm City of Albany Civic Rooms
Hard copies of the survey, current strategy and postcards will be available at the Albany Public Library and the City's North Road Office.
For more information go to http://www.albany.wa.gov.au/council/comments-complaints/public-comment/ or contact the City Community Development Team on 6820 3023.
Racewars in conjunction with the Street Car Racing Association of WA will be hosting the inaugural “Racewars Sprint” event between Middleton Beach and Mount Adelaide on Monday, March 4, 2019.
The vision for the “Racewars Sprint” is to build on the success of the runway racing event at Albany Airport and create a new high-quality addition to not just the Racewars weekend, but to Albany’s appeal to motoring enthusiasts.
To hold the event and complete preparation work to meet best-practice motorsport safety standards, Racewars will need to close a number of roads within the Middleton Beach and Mount Adelaide areas.
The following roads are expected to be closed from midnight, Sunday, March 3 until
midnight, Monday, March 4:
Flinders Parade from Middleton Road to Adelaide Crescent
Adelaide Crescent from Golf Links Road to Flinders Parade
Marine Terrace from Middleton Road to Adelaide Crescent
Marine Drive from Flinders Parade to Burgoyne Road
Burgoyne Road from Brunswick Road to Marine Drive
Every effort will be made to reopen Forts Road, Burgoyne Road and Marine Drive west of Forts Road by 6pm on Monday, March 4 to allow public access to the Field of Light.
Middleton Beach Boardwalk will also be closed from 6am to 6pm on March 4 for the safety of the public.
It is important for public safety that all road closures and barricades are respected, however there will be event marshals on hand to help with access where necessary.
Motorsport and associated activities generate considerable noise. To manage this, racing will be confined to between 9am and 5.30pm, however there will be vehicle movements and some temporary increased traffic associated with the event before and after the racing time.
National Anzac Centre Access
Residents and visitors wanting to access The Forts and National Anzac Centre will be able to catch a free shuttle bus approximately every 30 minutes in between races, from 9.30am to 5.30pm. These buses will be running from Middleton Beach and Albany Visitor Centre.
Any residents or staff within The Forts precinct who need to move to or from the area during the road closure times will be able to do so under the escort of the Clerk of the Course during scheduled racing breaks.
For further detailed information about this event please contact the Clerk of Course: Dieter Von Mollendorf via email (Dieter@racewars.com.au), follow Racewars on social media, or visit the Racewars webpage at https://www.racewars.com.au/event .
Racewars organisers appreciate the community’s support and patience during the running of this event and will make every effort to minimise disruption to the area.
- Racewars Sprint FAQ (365KB)Racewars Sprint Frequently Asked Questions
The City of Albany wishes to advise the community that site works for Alison Hartman Gardens will commence the week of the 30th of January 2019. Smith Constructions will be responsible for traffic management and site access.
No public access to the site from the 31st January 2019. The courtyard, Library and Visitor Centre will remain accessible.
Further information will be available on the City of Albany website: http://www.albany.wa.gov.au/council/projects-maintenance/strategic-projects/
Or, contact City of Albany Major Projects on: 6820 3000 or email: email@example.com
To find out more about the Albany Town Hall Repurposing Project and make a comment, please go to the Public Comment page: Link to Public Comment page
Upgrading the recreational trails in AHP was identified as a Priority Project in the Albany Trail Hub Strategy adopted by Council in 2015 and resulted in the AHP Trails Concept Plan being developed and adopted by Council in 2017.
Since this time detailed planning of the first trails has been progressing including completion of more detailed surveys of environmental and cultural values.
To inform the community on the progress of the project, community members are invited to visit information displays and talk to City staff at the Princess Royal Fortress barbeque area on:
Friday, 11th January 2019, 10am-2pm,
Wednesday, 23rd January 2019, 3pm – 6pm
Saturday, 9th February 2019, 10am-2pm
For more information contact the City’s Reserves Officer Carl Beck, via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
To improve amenity and enhance our services, Albany Leisure & Aquatic Centre will be undergoing maintenance and upgrades to a number of its facilities.
Opening 24 January, 6am. Leisure Pool & Toddler Pool
Maintenance works to the pools have finished well ahead of schedule.
Pools re-open in time for Australia Day long-weekend!
4 February - 28 February. Old Courts
Courts 1 to 4 will be closed during the day to allow for re-roofing, but will open for evening basketball fixtures.
Re-roofing schedule is subject to suitable weather conditions.
Postponed. Front Counter
Front counter upgrades have been temporarily postponed. New dates for this work will be advised in due course.
Albany Leisure & Aquatic Centre appreciates your support and patience during these upgrades. For more information, please contact Albany Leisure & Aquatic Centre on 6820 3400 or visit www.albanyleisurecentre.com.au
The City of Albany will be undertaking resurfacing of Albany Highway between Macedon Street and Barker Road, a distance of approximately 1.2km. Pavement repairs and patching has recently been completed in preparation for the works, which will involve the removal of the existing surface using a large profiling machine, before the placement of a bitumen seal. This will then be followed by two layers of asphalt. The work will also involve the replacement of sections of kerbing as well as drainage pits and grates.
Please see below for dates and lane closures in January and February. Further information in regards to road closures in March will be published in February 2019.
Reconstruction works are expected to be completed in March 2019.
Please direct enquiries to Andrew Greenwood, Senior Civil Engineering Officer, at the City of Albany on 6820 3965, during business hours.
- ALBANY HIGHWAY SIDE ROADS AFFECTED BY WORKS FEBRUARY 2019 (284KB)Side roads affected by Albany Highway resurfacing works
As part of the City’s 2018/2019 capital works programme, the section of Parker Street between Hanrahan Road and Playne Street will be reconstructed. Works are expected to start week commencing 31 December 2018 and be completed by mid-February 2019.
The Hanrahan Road / Parker Street intersection will be closed for the duration of the works. However, local traffic will have full access at all times via the western end of Parker Street.
The City will endeavour to keep disruptions to a minimum and provide details to residents of the day to day operations via the onsite supervisor during construction.
In the meantime, enquiries should be directed to Roger Cations, Team Leader –
Civil Infrastructure, on 6820 3975 during business hours.
The City of Albany advises that maintenance will be undertaken on the footbridge, week commencing 04 February 2019. Works include the removal of rust and re-coating of the structure. Expected completion date is 18 March 2019.
Please be advised that there will be periodic closures of the footbridge during the works.
Drivers and pedestrians are expected to show caution, observe all signs and obey the on-site traffic controllers in the work area.The City of Albany will endeavour to keep restrictions to a minimum and would appreciate your co-operation in working with on-site staff.
Please direct enquiries to Andrew Glendinning, Building Infrastructure Officer, at the City of Albany on 6820 3971 during business hours.