Welcome to the Shire of Toodyay website
Welcome to the Shire of Toodyay website. This site has been designed to assist you with your enquiries regarding all aspects of the Shire's services, operations and procedures. If you cannot find the information that you are seeking you may find it useful to use the search tool located at the top of the page.
If you need any further assistance please do not hesitate to Contact Us.
Calling for Expressions of Interest
The Shire is seeking expressions interest from interested parties on the future use of the former Parks and gardens Depot at 5/7 Clinton Street Toodyay which includes both buildings and land.
Click here to find out more.
Three different quarantine zones have been introduced in WA this week. The below ‘community alert’ flyer provides a brief explanation, but please visit the following website to see a map of the zones and find out exactly what’s happening and what to do:
Further details can be found on the Biosecurity Alert page https://www.agric.wa.gov.au/tpp
Pet Owners Beware
1080 Poison Risk
Under the wildlife recovery program Western Shield, the Department of parks and Wildlife (DPaW) are carrying out 1080 fox and feral cat baiting operations in areas which extend from Karratha in the north, through forests of the south-west, to areas east of Esperance.
Pet owners are being warned that large areas of State Forest, national parks and nature reserves are baited and must be considered dangerous for pet dogs and cats at all times. DO NOT TAKE YOUR PETS IN AREAS BAITED WITH 1080. Take your pet to a vet immediately if you suspect it has taken a bait.
All baited areas are signposted. Maps of the baited areas can be viewed on DPaWs website at dpaw.wa.gov.au/westernshield
Pet Owners Beware pamphlet can be viewed here.
END OF RESTRICTED BURNING PERIOD
The Shire of Toodyay wishes to advise that the last day of the Restricted Burning Period will be the 18 April 2017 (usually 30 April). Permits will no longer be required from (and including) 19 April 2017.
When burning please be considerate of our Emergency Services volunteers. The following suggested actions may assist in reducing the need for response by volunteers:
- Let your neighbours know when you intend to burn
- Ensure that your site is well prepared (firebreaks)
- Have a primary and backup source of water
- Ensure that all pumps, tools & machinery are in working order before lighting
- Check weather forecasts – detailed forecasts can be found at: http://www.bom.gov.au/australia/meteye/
PROTECTING YOUR LIVESTOCK
Each year several thousand sheep and other animals die in Perth after being attacked by wandering dogs. Livestock owners within all local authorities have lost animals and this continues to be an unfortunate fact of life, livestock needs to be protected. The number of attacks can be reduced by livestock owners taking precautions and notifying others after an attack.Click here to read the full article.