The City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder is guided by a clear vision and mission. It strives to provide the highest standards of accountability to our residents and visitors.
Our aim is to provide a strong and vibrant economy that caters for a wide range of people wanting to live and work in Kalgoorlie-Boulder. Let's work together.
Becoming an Australian Citizen? How exciting! Find out what you need to know here.
Find the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder's All Corporate Documents here
Download the minutes and agendas for Council meetings and find out what happens at the meetings.
The City has a Mayor and 12 Councillors who are elected for overlapping 4-year terms. Meet them here and find out about the coming Local Government elections.
See the City's sustainability achievements and initiatives, and some handy sustainability tips to try at home!
Use our handy website to find your waste and recycling collection day.
Before you start your building development, there's some important information you need to know!
It's important to make sure your pet is registered and microchipped. Find out what you are required to do here, and access other information on animals in Kalgoorlie-Boulder.
If you have, or are planning on installing a pool or spa on your property, get all information you need here.
Rates notices are issued in August each year. Here you'll find answers to many of your rates enquiries.
The City provides free street trees to residents to plant on their verge. You'll also find information about constructing crossovers, laneways & etc here.
The City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder wants to do better business with you! Find out about our initiatives and how you can get involved.
Pay your City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder invoices online.
See the current employment opportunities available at the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder.
Join our vendor panel and tender for projects, and find out how you can get notifications of quote requests.
If you own a business or are ready to start one, this is the information you need to know.
The City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder has a vibrant arts community and hosts lots of exciting festivals and events throughout the year. Find out more information here.
Welcome to C.Y. O'Connor Men's Shed where our shed is your shed. Come for a tinker, chat or to work on a project. We are dedicated to providing a welcoming and safe place for everyone.
The City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder is committed to the ongoing support of community projects and events through our grant and funding opportunities. Find out more here.
Immerse yourself in Goldfields history by visiting the Boulder and Kalgoorlie Town Halls, Local History Archives, Goldfields War Museum, Collections and guided tours.
The William Grundt Memorial Library is more than just books! Join up on a free membership and discover what your local library has to offer!
Welcome to the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder, a dynamic and sophisticated regional centre which offers one of the best lifestyles available for you and your family. As one of the largest and most diverse regions in Western Australia, Kalgoorlie-Boulder is a great place to call home.
Catch up on the latest news and exciting events from the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder.
Supporting you to live independently in your home, the Community Centre is your local provider of home and community care services and meals on wheels.
The City has a thriving sports culture. Click here to find a club, learn about KidSport and the facilities available.
Discover the many wonderful parkland facilities, sporting fields and community spaces in the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder. Here, you can find all the information you need to hire the each venue.
If you are looking for a special place where you can indulge your love of the friendly outback hospitality and wonderful history, then you have struck gold!
The City's Youth Services plan heaps of fun activities for those aged 12-25 every year! Come Join us.
Find up to date road condition reports, sewage alerts, recycling and permanent road closures right here.
The City's Annual Works program includes weed spraying, draining construction and maintenance, and works on roads, parks and reserves. Check it out.
Lodge your building applications, or find out how to here.
The City's Community Rangers assist with animals, pest control, parking, off road vehicles and more.
Your hub of information for seniors, young people, community facilities and events.
If you need help in dealing with noisy neighbours, wastewater, business licences or emergency management, our Environmental Health Officers can help.
Use our guide to take you through your planning application. You'll also find information on the City's Annual Heritage Fund and the City's strategic plans.
Get to know about street light installations in the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder, as well as policies regarding signage,verge developments,street trees & footpaths.
Learn about your bin collection day, bulk bin entitlements, waste education visits and the City’s landfill facility.
The Kalgoorlie-Boulder Airport hosts a number of daily Perth to Kalgoorlie-Boulder return flight services and a regular service to Melbourne. Check them out.
How do you get in contact with us? You can come and visit at the one of two locations, or use our online services.
At the CY O'Connor Community precinct you'll find: The William Grundt Memorial Library where a free membership gets you more than just books; the Eastern Goldfields Community Centre, your local team dedicated to keeping you living independently in your home; and the Men's Shed, where you can come for a tinker, a chat or to work on a project.
A first class arts experience on your doorstep! The Arts Centre hosts live shows, arts exhibitions, conferences and more.
Awarded the Best Recreation Facility in WA, the Oasis offers a health club, fitness classes, pool, spa, creche, waterslide, outdoor water play and more!
Have a swing on the #18 Public Golf Course in Australia, a community facility for the whole family! The course also offers the Waterhole Bar & Bistro, a casual restaurant open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
See all the beautiful parks, sporting fields and community spaces in the City. Looking to hire? Find it here.
The Community Assistance Scheme (CAS) allows not for profit community groups and organisations, or outstanding individuals to receive funding and in-kind support for specific projects and events. Applications demonstrating sustainable community development principles, sharing of resources and the development of partnerships with other community groups are encouraged. The CAS aims to encourage the involvement of the community in achieving the City's vision and strategic direction as identified in the Strategic Community Plan 2020-30. There are three (3) categories available:
Applications are open all year round and will continue to be accepted until the allocated funding has been exhausted. Applicants must carefully read the Guidelines to ensure the project and event is eligible.