A Total Fire Ban has been issued for the entire day of Wednesday December 8, 2021. A Harvest and Vehicle Movement Ban has been issued for Wednesday December 8 from 6am to 7pm inclusive, for the whole of the City of Swan. An extreme fire danger rating is forecast for Wednesday December 8 for the whole of City of Swan.
Fire Safety Ban
Following the WA Government's announcement on Friday, July 9, the City of Swan has returned to pre-lockdown conditions for all services and facilities from Monday, July 12.
City's response to COVID-19
Follow the links to find out about available grants.
Please note, all funding is subject to budget availability. If you have any questions, please contact email@example.com
Get up to $20,000 with the Two-Year Community Event Grant. If you’re a not-for-profit group planning to host an annual community event in the City of Swan, you can apply for a grant up to the value of $20,000 over two years (up to $10,000 issued each year).
Do you have a great idea for a project? You might be eligible for a grant up to $25,000 as part of the City's Proactive Community Grants program.
Swan cash donations aim to support individual youth endeavour in sport, community development, culture and the arts.
The Swan community grants program provides up to $15,000 to support projects that will enhance the lives of residents and the City of Swan community.
Swan event sponsorships provide funding of up to $15,000.
Swan non-cash donations aim to contribute to the viability of community projects and events.
Access All Areas aims to support individuals and families who are experiencing financial hardship and barriers to participation in community based activities.
Eligible young people aged 5-18 years can apply for up to $150 each calendar year to contribute to club fees.
This grant provides up to $1,000 per project, to assist with the delivery of small community initiatives.