With the need to accommodate a growing population; the increasing cost of building infrastructure; the need to preserve heritage and character; and increasing pressure on green spaces, proactively planning for the future of our City is vital.
Eighth Avenue between Whatley Crescent and Guildford Road is one of the major retail and café strips in the Maylands town centre.
The City of Bayswater is offering up to $40,000 funding and in-kind support to business or community groups that have an interest in facilitating town centre events within the City.
Happy New Year!
All of a sudden 2018 is upon us, and this year the City of Bayswater has a plethora of fabulous things in store.
It is important that we look to the future in the City of Bayswater.
With this in mind we have listened to our ratepayers, residents and business owners and put together a Strategic Community Plan (SCP).
It's a sad fact, but not everyone celebrates Christmas with lots of presents under the tree and enough food on the table.
Helping Bayswater residents keep their homes safe from thieves is the aim of a new Residential Burglary campaign developed by the City of Bayswater.
Our furry friends will now have the chance to 'catch up' over the water cooler thanks to four new 'doggy fountains' recently installed by the City of Bayswater.
It's an election year for local government in Western Australia and to have your say you should make sure you're enrolled to vote.
Pet lovers will now be prompted to keep their pooches on a leash when taking a stroll by the Eric Singleton Bird Sanctuary courtesy of quirky new signs stencilled on surrounding pathways.