The City of Canning designs, constructs and maintains civic infrastructure to improve the amenity, functionality, safety and the aesthetics of the area.
Work has recently been completed on the Clifton Park Change Rooms, with a bush-inspired mural brightening up the building.
Artists Mel McVee and Brenton See created the mural which celebrates the variety of unique and local species of flora and fauna that can be found in the natural
Bushland Forever surrounding Clifton Park.
As a renewal treatment and to maintain the integrity of its buildings, the City of Canning prioritises building roof replacements. The City is committed to optimising the life of its assets and designates funds to asset renewal in its annual budget.
Woodloes Homestead Site Improvements
The City has commissioned site and accessibility improvements to the heritage-listed Woodloes Homestead
. They included the following:
- Universal access improvements to and around the Woodloes Homestead and associated buildings;
- Construction of a new toilet facility with universally accessible amenities to service the Woodloes Homestead and the ‘Church with a Chimney’;
- Upgrade of the existing hardstand area to provide formal parking which services the Woodloes Homestead and the ‘Church with a Chimney’.
The project will cost approximately $300,000.
During the 2016/2017 financial year, the City of Canning will carried out roof renewal and condition upgrade projects on the following buildings;
Coker Park Change Rooms
- Until 17 February 2017
- Approximate cost $200,000
Rossmoyne Public Hall
- Until 31 March 2017
- Approximate cost $110,000
Lynwood Community Facility (Before and After)
Mulberry Tree Child Care (Before and After)