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Volume Sixty Five, September 2021
CEO: Gavin Treasure | PO Box 99, Dumbleyung WA 6350 | Phone: 08 9863 4012     
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IN THIS ISSUE: Adopted Budget,  Fees and Charges, OSH Management Plan and more...
Decisions from the Ordinary Meeting of Council held in Dumbleyung 16 September 2021.
  • Shire of Dumbleyung – Occupational Safety & Health Management Plan & Report
  • Proposed Council Policy – Annual, Personal / Carer’s and Long Service Leave
  • Proposed Council Policy – Code of Conduct for Employees
  • Fire Control Officers
  • Lake Development Project - Resubmitted
  • Kukerin Townscape Committee Recommendation
    • Kukerin Youth Space Design
  • Stubbs Park Development Advisory Committee Recommendations
    • Revised Concept Designs

2021/22 annual budget & fees and charges
Council at a Special Meeting of Council on Friday 1st October 2021 adopted its 2021/2022 Annual Budget and Fees and Charges. A 5% increase on Rates was implemented and notices will be sent out at the end of October.
Call For Farm Details
The Shire of Dumbleyung is compiling a register of all farm contact details and farm firefighting equipment. In the event of a fire, farmers can be contacted, and resources can be located promptly.
All information collected will ONLY be accessible by the Bush Fire Brigades and Shire of Dumbleyung CEO in the event of a fire/emergency.
COUNCIL ON TOUR – WUDDI Aboriginal Cultural Centre
On Friday 1/10/2021, Councillors, the CEO and some Shire Staff took part in a Wuddi Cultural tour, led by Grant and Ann Riley. The experience included trying traditional foods in the Bush Garden, learning the History of Wilman people, and taking a trip to Lake Dumbleyung, which is rich with Aboriginal history.
We thank Grant and Ann Riley for giving us an eye opening, informative, and engaging experience and we would recommend visiting the Cultural Centre and going on a Cultural Tour to everyone.
Recycling win!
As a lot of Dumbleyung residents know, the Shire of Dumbleyung office is a recycling point for used mobile phones, batteries, coffee pods and… toner cartridges. From 1/07/2021 to 30/09/2021 the Dumbleyung Shire and Community has recycled 15.7kg of toner cartridges. Thank you to all that are choosing to recycle.
Link to full details and list of Fire Control Officers are listed on our website,
NOMINATIONS OPEN | Citizen of the Year Awards
Do you know an outstanding community member or group who deserves a little recognition for their efforts?
Nominate them today for the Shire of Dumbleyung Community Citizen of the Year Award!
Request a nomination form at the shire office or nominate online:
Awards presented at the annual shire Australia Day Breakfast.
Have you got a pet over 6 months old that is not registered? 🐶🐱
This is the perfect time to get a registration form for your fur baby.
Cat and Dog registration renewals for pets currently registered with the Shire of Dumbleyung will be sent out soon.
Cat and Dog Registrations are due by the 31 October 2021.
Call the Shire office 98634012 or email to find out more
Dog Owner Fact Sheet
Cat Owner Fact Sheet
Western Power Works Notification - SP048074 - Cnr Wagin-Dumbleyung & Mount Pleasant Road Dumbleyung.
SP048074 - Cnr Wagin-Dumbleyung & Mount Pleasant Road Dumbleyung
Western Power wishes to inform that work will be carried out at the above address within the next 16 weeks. The work is expected to involve both the road reserve and the above-mentioned premises. Western Power or its contractor will advise you prior to commencement of work.
This notice is issued pursuant to the requirements of the Energy Operators (Powers) Act 1979. This Act entitles Western Power and its agents and contractors to enter both private and public land to carry out electrical and related works.
At the completion of the work, all disturbed areas will be corrected in accordance with the “Restoration and Reinstatements Specification for Local Governments in Western Australia” (produced by the IPWEA)
If you have any queries, please contact Works Delivery Customer Funded, on 13 10 87.
Kristen Cunningham
Operational Services Officer Asset Operations – Operational Maintenance
A 1757 Picton Boyanup Road Picton WA 6229   | T 08 9780 6321
Recycling in the Shire of Dumbleyung
Simply bring your recyclable pods and batteries into the Shire office and place them in their respective box. 
Remember, we are also a recycling point for Ink Cartridges and Mobile Phones.
Should you require shredded paper to make fire bricks or for pot plants please do not hesitate to grab a bag. This paper is not recyclable and will only go to landfill.
Remember, please visit to report works and roads maintenance or call 9863 4012 and the office can submit a report for you. Your eyes in the community are a great help, thank you!
We are transitioning to having a Landcare mailing list to ensure that Landcare Information is getting to those that need it. To ensure that you receive this information, please sign up at: or contact Claudia at the Landcare office on 9863 4225.
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