The 2021 Waste and Recycling Guide will be delivered to households week commencing 14 February. In the meantime, you can find the guide and all waste and recycling information in the waste section of this website.
Rubbish and recycling
From Saturday 5 December, certain WA businesses and venues must maintain a contact register of patrons, staff, visitors and contractors for COVID-19 contact tracing.It will be a requirement of entry into most Town facilities that a person must either scan the QR code with their smartphones using the new SafeWA app, or complete a paper-based register form.
The Town of Victoria Park local history collection is housed at the Victoria Park Library and was established to preserve the rich history of the Town for future generations.
The library provides residents and visitors with access to archival materials, publications and resources, such as the local history timeline, and living memories, access to Ancestry.com Library Edition on the library's public access computers, the Town's official history book Beyond Matta Gerup: A history of Victoria Park, which can be purchased from the library, as well as links to useful history and genealogy websites.
The library also runs programs and events related to local history and genealogy, such as a family history group, Local History Awards and Town Faithful celebration (formerly known as Early Settlers).
The local history collection was established to preserve the history of the Town of Victoria Park. It contains books, newsletters, photos, newspaper clippings, maps, oral history interviews and more.
The Town's historic timeline is now available as a revised third edition.
The Local History Awards preserve and promote the rich history of the Town of Victoria Park. Entries submitted to the awards are added to the Town’s local history collection.
The library has several local history publications that are available for purchase from the front counter, including the Town's official history book Beyond Matta Gerup: A history of Victoria Park.
View photos from the Town's local history collection on Historypin.org Historypin is a place for people to share photos and stories, telling the histories of their local communities.
Are you researching your family history, the history of your local area or an aspect of Australian history? Here are some useful websites to help you to get started or to fill in the gaps.
The Town of Victoria Park would like to acknowledge and celebrate members of the community who have played an important part in shaping the Town into what it is today.Is this you? If you have lived in the area for 50 years or longer, we would like to hear from you.
The Victoria Park Dictionary of Biography is a resource that aims to tell the stories of the individual citizens of the suburbs within the Town of Victoria Park. In the dictionary you will find interesting, concise and enlightening descriptions of the lives of significant and representative persons in the history of Victoria Park.
The Local Heritage Survey (previously known as the ‘Municipal Heritage Inventory’) is a guiding document outlining the heritage value of various historic buildings throughout the Town.
Time-warp Tuesday contains a collection of photos and stories from the past.
Check out our Local History Collection in a completely new way! Jigsaw Planet is an online service that allows us to bring to you jigsaw puzzles made from historical photographs in our collection.
Council is committed to honouring individuals, organisations or events that have made a significant contribution to the Town of Victoria Park or the development of Western Australia.
A collection of photographs from the Local History Collection dating from 1907 to more recent times.
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