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If you are uncomfortable disposing of the syringe please contact the City.
All properties are required to be maintained to a minimum standard .
These standards relate to such things as maintaining:
If you have concerns with an unfit, damaged or derelict property please complete and submit a service request form to the City.
As a general rule smoking in enclosed public places and licensed premises is banned, this also applies to certain outdoor public places:
Responsibility of business owners:
If you have concerns about smoking in public places please complete and submit a service request form to Health Services.
For information about quitting smoking visit Quit Now.
To assist with deterring stray/feral cats from entering your property, there are plenty of commercial products available from pet stores and other retail outlets. Please ensure all care is taken to prevent other domestic animals from eating or inhaling suggested cat repellents.
Some other deterrents include:
Ranger Services has a small quantity of cat traps that City of Mandurah residents/ratepayers can borrow. There are conditions that must be followed when hiring the trap and a bond of $120 payable on collection.
The City of Mandurah Cat Local Law 2019 came in to effect 29 January 2020. This Local Law allows for the City to penalise the owners of nuisance cats. If a cat is trapped and is found to be registered, microchipped & sterilised it will be returned to the registered owner, along with an order to control the nuisance. If the cat is trapped again, a $200 penalty will be issued. If the cat is not registered with Local Government it will be impounded.
Contact City rangers on 9550 3777 or email email@example.com