welcome to the Shire of Boddington
Nestled on the banks of the Hotham River is the township of Boddington. Located within easy reach of the metropolitan area, the Boddington Shire boasts rural living at its best with essential services close at hand.
However, don’t let its country-town charm fool you – Boddington offers singles, couples and families all the essential services they need to enjoy a more relaxed way of life without sacrificing on convenience. With established school, shops and recreational facilities, it’s easy to see why Boddington really is the best of both worlds.
RECREATION CENTRE UPDATE
Exciting times, work has now commenced at the site of the new Recreation Centre.
The first steps involving earthworks and utility installation has been completed. Structural footings have been poured and preparation for the slab is continuing with it expected to be poured mid to late next week.
Moore Constructions have commended local contractor Andy Reid of A&P Reid Construction on his professionalism and work with the project.
External colour scheme selection has now been completed and a model can be seen below.
RESTRICTED BURNING PERIOD
Please be advised that the restricted burning period for the Shire of Boddington has ended with immediate effect.
Fire safety for winter
If you would like to receive messages regarding SMS Harvest/Fire Ban please phone the Shire (08 0993 4999) with your details to be included on the list.
BUSHFIRE FACTSHEET, CHECKLIST AND SURVIVAL PLANS
For access to Bushfire factsheets click on links below:
Bushfire Survival Plan
Leaving for a safer place
Prepare to actively defend
BUY LOCAL POLICY
The region (Prescribed Area) for the purpose of Regional Business Preference this policy relates to is divided into zones. Zone 1 is Boddington Shire. Zone 2 includes the shires of Murray, Mandurah, Serpentine Jarrahdale, Wandering, Waroona and Williams. Zone 3 includes all shires within a 200km radius of Boddington Shire, excluding metropolitan council areas.
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CROSSMAN NATURAL FERTILISER PLANT
Council considered the Development Application for the Crossman Natural Fertiliser Plant at its meeting on Tuesday 17 May 2016. The resolution outcome can be viewed in the Summary Minutes.