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:
- Fremantle Arts Centre
- Fremantle Society
- Gibson Park
- North Fremantle
- South City
- South Fremantle
- White Gum Valley
Upcoming Kings Square Renewal community information sessions
Over the coming weeks, the mayor and your local councillors will be heading to the suburbs to show you what the $270m Kings Square Renewal project involves, its benefits, how long it will take and what it will mean for you. This is your opportunity to ask questions face-to-face with your local elected members.
The upcoming precinct presentations are:
Tuesday 20 June, 6.45 pm at Fremantle PCYC (Arts Space) (34 Paget Street Hilton).
Thursday 22 June, 6.00 pm at North Fremantle Community Hall (2 Thompson Road North Fremantle).
Saturday 24 June, 11.30 am at Fremantle Arts Centre (1 Finnerty Street Fremantle).
South Beach Community Group and South Fremantle
Sunday 25 June, 4.00 pm at The Meeting Place Community Centre (245 South Terrace South Fremantle)
Tuesday 27 June, 6.30 pm at Samson Recreation Centre (44 Mc Combe Avenue Samson)
Fremantle Inner City Residents Association
Tuesday 4 July. Time and venue to be confirmed.
White Gum Valley, Gibson Park and Beaconsfield
Tuesday 4 July, 7.30 pm at White Gum Valley Primary School (29 Hope Street White Gum Valley).
Tuesday 18 July, 7.00 pm at The Meeting Place Community Centre (245 South Terrace South Fremantle).
Visit the project page for background information on the Kings Square Renewal project.
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 precinct do you belong too?
Check the precinct map.
To find your local precinct contacts visit Freospace.
Precinct meeting schedule
Visit Freospace for the schedule of upcoming 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