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WE ARE AUSTRALIA'S TIDIEST TOWN!!
Toodyay has been declared the national winner of the Keep Australia Beautiful, Australian Tidy Towns Awards 2015 at a prestigious event held in Sheffield Tasmania on Friday 27 February.
This is a huge accolade for Western Australia and only the fourth time that this State has been accorded that honour. Australia's Tidiest Town Awards were introduced in 1990 and past national winners from WA include Denmark (1998); Wyalkatchem (2003); and Collie (2006).
According to the national judge, Jill Grant, Toodyay is a dynamic and environmentally aware community with friendly, enthusiastic and dedicated residents that care for their unique cultural and natural heritage. She said that "volunteers play an enormous role in ensuring the town achieves positive social, environmental and economic outcomes. The many anti-litter, historical and environmental groups work in partnership with the Toodyay Tidy Towns group across a range of projects and are well supported by the Shire of Toodyay."
Amazingly, Toodyay also won three of the eight national category awards at that event! They were: the 'Dame Phyllis Frost' Litter Prevention Award; the Resource Recovery & Waste Management Award; and the Environmental Protection & Innovation Award. This was significant recognition of the community's innovative approach to developing their sustainable community as well as their approach to protecting their environment, managing litter, recycling and disposing non-recyclable materials appropriately.
The Shire of Toodyay congratulates the Toodyay Tidy Towns Committee on their tireless efforts and passion that went into this program, and wishes to congratulate the community for their enthusiasm and commitment to keeping Toodyay beautiful!
Toodyay's Freedom of Entry Parade
Join us in celebrating & thanking the wonderful contributions and efforts of all emergency services volunteers with in the Shire of Toodyay!
Photo: Michael Sinclair-Jones
Updated: Wednesday 6 May 2015 9.14am
The Dept of Parks & Wildlife will burn burning off in the Julimar Conservation Park –western boundary, north of Julimar Rd.
This will be happening for the rest of the week.
Updated: Friday 15 May 2015 2.30pm
BLASTING IN TOODYAY TOWNSITE
We have been notified that blasting will occur at Lot 350 (No. 9) Pioneer Place, Toodyay on Friday 15 May 2015 between 3:00PM and 4:00PM. (Approx).
Additional blasting may occur between Monday 18/5/15 to Friday 22/5/15 between 9:00am and 5:00pm.
The Shire of Toodyay would like to make residents aware of potential noise and vibrations from proposed blasting. The contractor conducting the blasting will make every effort to keep noise and vibration impact to a minimum.
For more details please contact Michael O’Neil from Darling Earth Movers on 0428 996 671.
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