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Williams Pool - Waterwise!

Due to its commitment to the Waterwise Aquatic Centre Program 2018 and ongoing water saving efforts the Williams Swimming Pool is now an accredited ‘Waterwise Aquatic Centre’. This is particularly important in view of WA's drying climate and rising population, so to promote the waterwise theme, here is the ‘shower song’ which encourages people to be in and out of the shower in less than the song (4 minutes):

https://www.watercorporation.com.au/showersong  Please click and enjoy.


ANZAC Day Ceremony

The Shire of Williams' ANZAC Day Ceremony was held in the RSL Courtyard on Wednesday 25th of April 2018.

The ceremony started at 8am in the courtyard of the Williams RSL Hall, at the memorial, and was followed by morning tea in the RSL Hall. Thank you to all who attended and joined us in honouring our servicemen and women.


Restricted Burning Period Ending

All landholders and residents are advised that the restricted burning period will conclude on Thursday 5th of April (inclusive). 
As of Friday 6th of April, burning can be carried out without the need for a permit.


Pool Now Closed

The Williams Swimming Pool is now closed!  

For more information, please visit our pool page.


Governor Visit

The Shire of Williams hosted a visit from WA Governor, Her Excellency the Honourable Kerry Sanderson AC on Friday 9th March 2018.
Her Excellency visited the Jamtree Lane Units and met with the residents for afternoon tea in the RSL Hall, Williams.
  


Williams Bridge / Lions Park

Clearing works have started in preparation for the upgrade of the Williams bridges; for further info please follow the link below: https://project.mainroads.wa.gov.au/home/regional/south/Pages/williamsbridge.aspx  , contact MRWA on 138 138 or MRWA Narrogin – Cathy Morey – on 9881 0590

The bypass construction works are underway, bridge construction works will commence in September 2018. 

Click here for the Main Roads March newsletter regarding the Williams Bridge replacement.


 Project Numbat

The Project Numbat Quiz Night was held on 17th March 2018 at the Melville Bowling Club.  More info can be found  by clicking here. 


 Freedom of Information Statement

The Shire of Williams is required to publish annually a Freedom of Information Statement, in accordance with the Freedom of Information Act 1992, Part 5, Section 94. 

            The Information Statement must describe: 

  • the agency’s structure and functions;
  • how the agency’s functions affect the public;
  • how the public may participate in agency policy development;
  • the kinds of documents the agency holds: and
  • how members of the public may access and amend agency documents.           

This document is current as at the 30th June 2017.

You can find the statement via 'Your Council', then 'Freedom of Information' or by clicking here


Aged Housing Project

The Shire of Williams was featured in a short promotional video for the Department of Regional Development on the funding that was secured from the Royalties for Regions Growing our South funding. The project is the independent living housing project that has seen the construction of 7 units in Williams (50 across the project area of 7 local governments - all managed by the Shire of Williams and totaling over $18m investment over the last 7 years). Special thanks to the Williams local residents who agreed to be filmed as part of it.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PhaDgfJZ4QA


Giant Numbat Project

To find out more about this exciting project and how you can be involved in creating a giant numbat play sculpture for Williams, click here.  


NBN Address Check

To find out whether you've got access to the NBN, click on the link below:

www.nbn.com.au/check-your-address


  Industrial Land

For details on industrial zoned blocks available in Williams, please visit http://www.landcorp.com.au/Industrial-and-Commercial/Williams-Industrial/