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SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING - WEDNESDAY 29 JUNE 2022
Posted 24 June 2022 SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING - WEDNESDAY 29 JUNE 2022

The PURPOSE of the meeting is to consider: 1. Adoption of the 2022-23 Annual Budget

Media Release - Taste of Chittering
Posted 23 June 2022 Media Release - Taste of Chittering

LOCAL STALLHOLDERS AND EXHIBITORS WANTED FOR TASTE OF CHITTERING

Chittering Local
Posted 07 June 2022 Chittering Local

The Shire of Chittering's new local business directory

Application for Development Assessment Panel (JDAP) – Proposed Battery
Posted 02 June 2022 Application for Development Assessment Panel (JDAP) – Proposed Battery Energy Storage Facility, Lot 2364 Byrne Rd, Muchea

The Shire is in receipt of an Application for Development Approval for an energy storage facility at Lot 2364 Byrne Rd, Muchea.

Unrestricted Burning Time Commencing Tuesday 1 June 2022
Posted 30 May 2022 Unrestricted Burning Time Commencing Tuesday 1 June 2022

The unrestricted burning time commences Wednesday 1 June 2022.

Bindoon customers Water Supply Outage 31 May 2022
Posted 26 May 2022 Bindoon customers Water Supply Outage 31 May 2022

Water Corporation’s authorised contractor, PRG, will begin work to upgrade valves at Water Corporation’s tank site located along Forrest Hills Parade on Tuesday 31 May 2022

Bushfire Brigade Secretary - Expressions of Interest - Muchea VBFB
Posted 23 May 2022 Bushfire Brigade Secretary - Expressions of Interest - Muchea VBFB

Are you interested in helping a local bushfire brigade? Muchea Volunteer Bushfire Brigade are looking for a new Secretary to join their team!

Rhyme Time cancelled Wednesday, 18 June
Posted 16 May 2022 Rhyme Time cancelled Wednesday, 18 June

Due to ongoing ceiling works in the Bindoon Library, Rhyme Time is cancelled on Wednesday, 18 May.

Narrow Leaf Cotton Bush
Posted 16 May 2022 Narrow Leaf Cotton Bush

The Narrow Leaf Cotton Bush is a slender short-lived shrub which is one to two metres high. This shrub contains cardiac glycoside which is toxic to humans and livestock. The bush’s unpalatable tastes means it is not normally eaten by livestock however it is known to cause problems such as contaminant of hay or chaff. If contamination occurs symptoms include severe gastroenteritis which shows up as severe congestion of the alimentary canal.

Notice pursuant to Schedule 6.3 of the Local Government Act 1995 of sale
Posted 05 May 2022 Notice pursuant to Schedule 6.3 of the Local Government Act 1995 of sale of land for non-payment of outstanding rates or service charges

REQUEST FOR TENDER SC22-001 - Fire Mitigation Treatments 2022
Posted 13 April 2022 REQUEST FOR TENDER SC22-001 - Fire Mitigation Treatments 2022

Contractors are invited to provide Tender offers for Fire Mitigation Treatments in reserves and on verges within the Shire of Chittering between 1 June 2022 and 1 November 2022.

Expression of interest – Plumbing Services
Posted 08 April 2022 Expression of interest – Plumbing Services

The Shire of Chittering is looking to hear from local businesses that are interested in providing Plumbing Services. We are looking for a suitably qualified plumber who can assist with our annual maintenance program, emergency call outs, repair works and capital projects.

Shire of Chittering Small Business Workshops
Posted 04 April 2022 Shire of Chittering Small Business Workshops

Thanks to Bendigo Bank the Shire of Chittering is working with Business Local – RSM Australia to deliver two free workshops over May and June to those in the local community looking to start a business or those wanting to brand their current business more professionally.

Shire of Chittering Financial Dashboard Feedback
Posted 29 March 2022 Shire of Chittering Financial Dashboard Feedback

In the interest of transparency, Council requested a financial dashboard to be published with key information on the Shire’s finances and we would like your feedback.

Restricted Burning Time commencing 1 April 2022
Posted 28 March 2022 Restricted Burning Time commencing 1 April 2022

The Restricted Burning Time commences on 1 April 2022. From this date, all burning within the Shire of Chittering will require a permit.

DEFERMENT OF WORKS – CHITTERING ROAD – BRIDGE WORKS 4026 & 4026
Posted 21 February 2022 DEFERMENT OF WORKS – CHITTERING ROAD – BRIDGE WORKS 4026 & 4026

We wish to advise that the Shire of Chittering has made the difficult decision to defer the bridge works, that we recently advertised, until November 2022.

Harvest, Hot Works & Vehicle Movement Ban - 5 February 2022
Posted 05 February 2022 Harvest, Hot Works & Vehicle Movement Ban - 5 February 2022

A Harvest, Hot Works & Vehicle Movement Ban is in place from 9:30am to 7:00pm for Saturday 5 February 2022

Australia Day 2022: A Day to Reflect, Respect and Celebrate
Posted 27 January 2022 Australia Day 2022: A Day to Reflect, Respect and Celebrate

This year was the first year that the Shire of Chittering held its ever popular Australia Day event in Lower Chittering. With favourable weather conditions, a beautiful morning was enjoyed by everyone who joined us to celebrate the Shire of Chittering’s Australia Day breakfast and festivities.

Mask mandate for The Wheatbelt
Posted 27 January 2022 Mask mandate for The Wheatbelt

Masks are required in all public indoor settings from 6pm Thursday, 27 January 2022.

Harvest, Hot Works & Vehicle Movement Ban - 23 January 2022
Posted 23 January 2022 Harvest, Hot Works & Vehicle Movement Ban - 23 January 2022

A Harvest, Hot Works & Vehicle Movement Ban is in place from 3PM to 7PM for Sunday 23 January 2022

Harvest, Hot Works & Vehicle Movement Ban - 22 January 2022
Posted 22 January 2022 Harvest, Hot Works & Vehicle Movement Ban - 22 January 2022

A Harvest, Hot Works & Vehicle Movement Ban is in place from 3PM to 7PM for Saturday 22 January 2022

Harvest, Hot Works & Vehicle Movement Ban - 1 January 2022
Posted 31 December 2021 Harvest, Hot Works & Vehicle Movement Ban - 1 January 2022

A Harvest, Hot Works & Vehicle Movement Ban is in place for the entire day for Saturday 1 January 2022

Harvest, Hot Works & Vehicle Movement Bans - 25 December & 26 December 2021
Posted 24 December 2021 Harvest, Hot Works & Vehicle Movement Bans - 25 December & 26 December 2021

A Harvest, Hot Works & Vehicle Movement Ban is in place for the Saturday 25 December & Sunday 26 December 2021

December 2021 Chittering Bushfire Ready Newsletter
Posted 21 December 2021 December 2021 Chittering Bushfire Ready Newsletter

Chittering Bushfire Ready December 2021 Newsletter

Bans over Christmas, Boxing Day & New Years
Posted 20 December 2021 Bans over Christmas, Boxing Day & New Years

It's shaping up to be a hot one this weekend 🥵🌡 📣 Harvest and Vehicle Movement Bans will be in place for Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year's Day. It is very likely that Total Fire Bans will be declared over the holiday period.

We are heading into the holiday season!
Posted 20 December 2021 We are heading into the holiday season!

Our staff members will be commencing with their annual leave in the middle of December and we will be running with reduced staff levels until the middle of January.

Declared Harvest, Hot Works & Vehicle Movement Ban - 8 December 2021
Posted 08 December 2021 Declared Harvest, Hot Works & Vehicle Movement Ban - 8 December 2021

The Shire of Chittering has declared a ban on the use or operation of engines, vehicles, plant or machinery for Wednesday 8 December 2021 between the hours of 06:00hrs and 19:00hrs for the whole of, the Shire of Chittering. This Ban will be reviewed at 19:00hrs at which time further advice may be issued.

Prohibited Burning Time commencing 1 December 2021
Posted 23 November 2021 Prohibited Burning Time commencing 1 December 2021

The Prohibited Burning Time commences on 1 December 2021. Avoid activities in hot weather that could cause a spark, be prepared, always have a water source available. Take care, prevent bushfires.

eChatter out now
Posted 04 November 2021 eChatter out now

November eChatter was released this afternoon. If you are one of the lucky ones whose email rejects it

Chittering Tourism Advisory Group seeks new members
Posted 29 October 2021 Chittering Tourism Advisory Group seeks new members

Chittering Tourism Advisory Group (CTAG) requires experienced tourism personnel to join. CTAG makes recommendations and advise Council on select matters relating to tourism.

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