Park event to reconnect neighbours
The City of Mandurah is encouraging residents to reconnect with their neighbours at its last two MyPark Grooves events.
The series of free community events has been run the last two weekends with more events planned for November 19 and 26.
MyPark Grooves encourages residents to take ownership of their parks by keeping an eye out for theft or vandalism and reporting it to police and authorities.
The events feature entertain- ment, live music and activities for all ages, and a sausage sizzle.
Residents can also find out more about the Eyes on the Park rewards program to help combat vandalism in these areas.
Mayor Rhys Williams said good neighbourhood relations were important and encouraged people to reconnect with the help of MyPark Grooves.
“Parks and reserves are a central hub for every neighbourhood and a great space to connect with people living nearby,” he said.
“The MyPark Grooves series is a great way to get together with your neighbours to celebrate what’s great about living in Mandurah.”
The Safer Mandurah MyPark Grooves project has been developed in response to issues highlighted by residents, businesses and WA Police, and works to uphold community safety and crime prevention.
The next MyPark Grooves event will be held at Yindana Lakes in Lakelands on November 19, from 3-6pm. The last MyPark Grooves is planned for November 26 at Montego Way in Halls Head, from 3-6pm.
The City of Mandurah is encouraging residents to reconnect with their neighbours at events this month.