Public Health Plan

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The survey period closed on 16 December. The feedback received in the survey is now being analysed and the Public Health Plan will be drafted and then put out for public comment in early 2020. Register for email updates to be kept in the loop.

The City of South Perth is developing its first Public Health Plan (the Plan), which will help to identify priority areas for our community and implement objectives and actions to improve public health overall. The Plan will look at the services, programs, operations and facilities at the City and how they promote better public health. It will also outline where there are gaps and opportunities for improvement. We would like to know more about what’s important to you and what would help you to have a healthier lifestyle.

Find out more and have your say:

Feedback closes at 4pm, Monday 16 December 2019.


The survey period closed on 16 December. The feedback received in the survey is now being analysed and the Public Health Plan will be drafted and then put out for public comment in early 2020. Register for email updates to be kept in the loop.

The City of South Perth is developing its first Public Health Plan (the Plan), which will help to identify priority areas for our community and implement objectives and actions to improve public health overall. The Plan will look at the services, programs, operations and facilities at the City and how they promote better public health. It will also outline where there are gaps and opportunities for improvement. We would like to know more about what’s important to you and what would help you to have a healthier lifestyle.

Find out more and have your say:

Feedback closes at 4pm, Monday 16 December 2019.


Do you have any questions about the Public Health Plan? Ask them here! We'll either answer it on this page (and send you an email) or we'll answer you directly.

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    Exactly how is the council promoting or enabling better public health by introducing paid parking at the foreshore? Has the Council bothered to find out how many people have stopped recreating because of the cost? Dog walkers, runners, walking groups, playground using families, rowing families, surfcat users - all of these groups are represented in the hundreds of complaints on social media about this greedy fee.

    Elisia Fowler asked 6 months ago

    Hi there, thank you for your question about paid parking down at the foreshore. The changes to parking times and fees at the Coode Street carpark were recently endorsed by Council to better manage parking availability for residents and visitors. Your comments will be included in the feedback report, but we encourage you to also complete the survey.