What are precincts?
The Fremantle precinct system (precincts) is part of a range of community engagement practices used by the City of Fremantle.
Precincts are groups of residents from local areas within Fremantle who “….work in partnership with the City of Fremantle to get things done for the good of the community.” (Precinct Working Group, September 2010.)
There are 12 precinct groups in Fremantle:
|Arts Centre area
||White Gum Valley
Precinct membership is open to any resident or ratepayer in a precinct area and you are welcome to attend your local precinct meeting. The meetings discuss matters of local interest and importance to the community and are organised by residents. Each precinct is run by volunteers.
Read more about the precincts and how they run in the precinct operating guidelines.
Freospace - a website for community conversations
Freospace is supported by the City to encourage precinct interaction around community issues. It provides further information about each precinct, including contact details, meeting information, minutes of meetings, and opinion and comment from members on the precinct blog
Which precint do you belong too?
Check the precinct map.
To find your local precinct contacts click here.
Precinct meeting scheldue
To find out when your precinct is meeting in 2013, view the meeting schedule here.
You can also check the Fremantle News in the Fremantle Gazette each Tuesday for notices of upcoming precinct meetings.
Didn't find what you were looking for?
Contact staff from the City’s community engagement team on 08 9432 9999 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.