Shire of Lake Grace Publications can now be accessed online. Publications are available in alternative formats upon request.
Use the search to find a file, or browse via categories.
If you are unable to find the publication you are looking for please contact our Customer Service Officer for assistance on (08) 9890 2500.
Shire-of-Lake-Grace-2018-19-Annual-Report.pdf | pdf | 29 MB | Last Changed: 20/12/2019 9:24am
Annual-Report-2017.18-Combined-Final.pdf | pdf | 16 MB | Last Changed: 22/03/2019 8:28am
Shire-of-Lake-Grace-2016.-17-Annual-Report.pdf | pdf | 17 MB | Last Changed: 21/12/2017 8:32am
2015-16-Annual-Report-Final.pdf | pdf | 4.2 MB | Last Changed: 08/03/2017 3:00pm
Budget-2020-2021.pdf | pdf | 3.6 MB | Last Changed: 30/07/2020 11:55am
Budget-2019-20.pdf | pdf | 8.1 MB | Last Changed: 06/09/2019 4:15pm
SoLG-2018-2019-Budget.pdf | pdf | 3.6 MB | Last Changed: 12/09/2018 3:10pm
Budget-2017-18.pdf | pdf | 3.4 MB | Last Changed: 11/10/2017 3:52pm
Council Minutes are now available to be viewed or downloaded online in Adobe Acrobat (pdf) format. Minutes are unconfirmed until confirmed at the Council Meeting the following month.
Printed Minutes are available on an annual subscription basis for $150.00 (GST inc and postage).
Please contact our Executive Assistant should you wish to subscribe.
This Policy Manual is intended as a guide to members, staff and the public on the normal practices and activities of the organisation. The policies do not require absolute adherence, but may be changed as circumstances dictate, in accordance with Council’s directions and amended by Council from time to time.
Policy-Manual-November-2019.-Current-Version.pdf | pdf | 2.3 MB | Last Changed: 15/11/2019 8:02am
Shire-of-Lake-Grace-Financial-Hardship-Policy-FINAL.pdf | pdf | 106 KB | Last Changed: 05/09/2014 5:30pm
Local laws provide local government with the power to manage a broad range of issues within their district. Local laws are made to meet local circumstances and needs, and assist local governments in promoting good governance for the people in their districts. The below Local laws apply only within the Shire of Lake Grace.
Shire-of-Lake-Grace-Animals-Local-Law-2016-As-Amended-September-2019.pdf | pdf | 476 KB | Last Changed: 27/09/2019 1:06pm
Activities-on-Thoroughfares-and-Trading-in-Thoroughfares-and-Public-Places-Local-Law.pdf | pdf | 311 KB | Last Changed: 22/07/2016 10:47am
Bush-Fire-Brigades-Local-Law.pdf | pdf | 236 KB | Last Changed: 22/07/2016 10:47am
Dogs-Local-Law.pdf | pdf | 202 KB | Last Changed: 22/07/2016 10:47am
Extractive-Industries-Local-Law.pdf | pdf | 229 KB | Last Changed: 22/07/2016 10:47am
Fencing-Local-Law.pdf | pdf | 195 KB | Last Changed: 22/07/2016 10:46am
Health-Local-Law-2016.pdf | pdf | 428 KB | Last Changed: 16/01/2017 12:23pm
Lake-Grace-Newdegate-Lake-King-and-Varley-Public-Cemeteries-Local-Law-January-2017.pdf | pdf | 236 KB | Last Changed: 16/01/2017 12:24pm
Local-Government-Property-Local-Law-2015.pdf | pdf | 260 KB | Last Changed: 22/07/2016 10:46am
Standing-Orders-Local-Law-2015.pdf | pdf | 265 KB | Last Changed: 16/01/2017 12:24pm
The Shire of Lake Grace is committed to providing the community and visitors with quality, responsive and meaningful customer service.
Our Customer Charter states our commitment to you, our customer, of how we will work both for you and with you to meet needs and expectations which you tell us are important.
We value your feedback on how our services can be improved and what is important to you.
The Shire's Community News, Public Notices, Public Comment and Community Consultation information will be published in the local newsletters fortnightly.
24-Community-News-16-December-2015.pdf | pdf | 2.1 MB | Last Changed: 24/12/2015 11:40am
23-Community-News-3-December-2015.pdf | pdf | 1.8 MB | Last Changed: 24/12/2015 11:38am
22-Community-News-19-November-2015.pdf | pdf | 716 KB | Last Changed: 04/12/2015 10:49am
21-Community-News-5-November-2015.pdf | pdf | 914 KB | Last Changed: 04/12/2015 10:48am
This Information Statement is published by the Shire of Lake Grace in accordance
with the provisions of part 5 of the Freedom of Information Act 1992.
Freedom for Information 2019 - 2020
This document is intended to be a resource to support services for individuals, families and community groups in regional areas experiencing hardship.
Western Australians are known for their ability to pull together as a community to support each other in good times and when challenges face us. It is this trait that makes Western Australia such a great place to live and work.
There are times when we all need a little help and support. Seeking support isn’t a sign of weakness but a sign of strength. There are many support networks and forms of assistance available to rural communities and individuals.
If you know someone close to you who needs help, the information in this guide may assist you to direct them to the most appropriate service.
This directory provides useful information on the nature of the services available and how to access them.
If you are seeking advice and support remember you are not alone. When contacting a service and your call is not answered immediately, please do not hang up. Wait on the line or if your call goes to message bank please leave your name and contact number. Someone will call you back as soon as possible.
Council's Disability Access & Inclusion Plan may be viewed by clicking on the following link:
Disability Access & Inclusion Plan 2019-2024 This document is also available in alternative formats as required.
For enquiries, please contact the Shire of Lake Grace on 9890 2500 or email: email@example.com
Disability Services is part of the new Department of Communities. All services are continuing to be provided and all our contact numbers remain the same. For more information, please visit the Department of Communities website.
Our community has been invited to take part in a state-wide collaboration.
This collaboration sees State Government and 139 Local Governments across Western Australia moving forward together. The study will gather and share baseline and informing data to help local communities like ours to recover and thrive following the COVID-19 outbreak in Australia.
Importantly, we will be able to see how we’re going compared to other local governments – to share our experiences and to learn from one another.
With limited resources available to conduct studies like this, we are grateful to the following organisations for providing funding and pro-bono support to make this possible.
Remarkable times call for remarkable collaboration. We are stronger when we work together.
State Government Partner
This is where we need your help.
Prepared by RPS in collaboration with the Wheatbelt Development Commission
Funded by Royalties for Regions, State Government of Western Australia
This strategy profiles the Wheatbelt South sub-region, highlights global trends and economic drivers and describes economic opportunities for the future.
The Wheatbelt South is a diverse economic region with strong opportunities in:
The Wheatbelt South Sub-Regional Economical Strategy provides economic analysis and evidence based guidance to assist in investment and decision making. The Strategy also establishes a framework for the promotion and facilitation for economic and population growth across all Shires in the sub-region.
This strategy will assist in investment and decision making in your sub-region by:
02-February-2020-Annual-Meeting-of-Electors-Minutes.pdf | pdf | 473 KB | Last Changed: 06/02/2020 1:15pm
04-April-2019-Annual-Meeting-of-Electors-Minutes.pdf | pdf | 468 KB | Last Changed: 11/04/2019 10:34am
February-2018-Minutes-Annual-Meeting-of-Electors.pdf | pdf | 79 KB | Last Changed: 09/02/2018 8:36am
March-2017-Minutes-Annual-Meeting-of-Electors.pdf | pdf | 209 KB | Last Changed: 31/01/2018 9:16am
February-2016-Electors-Meeting-Minutes.pdf | pdf | 53 KB | Last Changed: 16/02/2016 10:19am
The disclosure requirements around gifts and travel contributions with a value over $200 (or sum of gifts from any one person during a year) have changed and came into effect on March 4, 2016.
Councillors and designated employees are now required to disclose, in writing, to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) within 10 days. A designated employee is the CEO, an employee with delegation of authority, an employee who is a member of a committee comprising councillors and employees and any employee nominated by the local government. This replaces the previous process of disclosing these annually in a return.
Councillors and designated employees have until March 31, 2016 to disclose gifts or travel contributions received between July 1, 2015 and March 3, 2016.
The CEO is required to keep a register of these disclosures and publish the register on our Shire website. Please see below document to view the Shire of Lake Grace's current Register of Gifts and Travel Contributions.
To view our July 1, 2015 to March 3, 2016 Register of Gifts and Travel Contributions please see below document.
If you have any questions about the registers, please contact the Shire's Governance Officer on 08 9890 2500.
Register-of-Gifts-and-Travel-Contributions-from-4-March-2016.pdf | pdf | 97 KB | Last Changed: 20/12/2019 12:21pm
Register-of-Gifts-and-Travel-Contributions-1-July-2015-to-3-March-2016.pdf | pdf | 37 KB | Last Changed: 21/03/2017 2:19pm