Pro­grams help to pro­tect, pre­serve

Albany Advertiser - - ALBANY AGRICULTURAL SHOW 2018 -

The City of Al­bany val­ues the beauty of its towns and nat­u­ral ar­eas, and we take pride in look­ing af­ter our parks and bush re­serves.

The Bush Watch and Park Watch pro­grams aim to raise com­mu­nity aware­ness of what is per­mis­si­ble on City of Al­bany man­aged land, and what ac­tiv­i­ties are not per­mit­ted or re­quire a per­mit.

The pro­grams also en­cour­age peo­ple to keep an eye on these ar­eas for any threats, and to re­port them to the City.

Peo­ple are en­cour­aged to use the “Re­port it” func­tion on the City of Al­bany’s web­site at www.al­bany.wa.gov.au.

Un­law­ful ac­tiv­i­ties can also be re­ported by con­tact­ing the City of Al­bany’s Re­serves team on 6820 3000 (in busi­ness hours).

We in­vite you to come along to the Park Watch and Bush Watch dis­play in the Ex­hi­bi­tion Pavil­ion at the Al­bany Show and fill out a short quiz to re­ceive a prize. The City’s Re­serves team can also an­swer your ques­tions about our fan­tas­tic parks and re­serves.

Al­bany has many won­der­ful at­trac­tions, both nat­u­ral and man-made, and you can help the City look af­ter them.

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