2017 Local Government Policy Awards

2017 Local Government Policy Awards

Children • Health • Environment


2017 Showcase

8 Metropolitan and 17 Regional Local Governments nominated in the 2017 awards which was attended by over 80 Mayors, Elected members, Local Government representatives and supporters.

The City of Wanneroo was presented with the Best in WA award and also received top honours in the Child Health and Development, Climate Change, Healthy and Safe Food, Injury Prevention, Nature Play and Shade in Public Places categories.

The Shire of Collie was a worthy recipient of the Regional Award for the third consecutive year,  also winning the Early Literacy category and received a commendation for Planning Healthy Communities for Children.

Category Shire
Child Health & Development
Commendation East Pilbara
Winner City of Wanneroo
Road and Active Transport Safety
Commendation Town of Vic Park
Winner City of Albany
Climate Change
Commendation City of Wanneroo
Winner City of Kalamunda
Aboriginal Child Health
Commendation Shire of Laverton
Winner City of Kwinana
Children’s Consultation
Commendation Augusta Margaret River
Winner City of Kalamunda
Early Literacy
Commendation Shire of Narrogin
Winner Shire of Collie
Smoke Free Environments
Commendable City of Cockburn
Winner City of Kwinana
Healthy & Safe Food
Commendation City of Wanneroo
Winner Town of Vic Park
Environments Promoting Physical Activity
Commendation Shire of Meekatharra
Winner EMRC
Injury Prevention
Commendation City of Wanneroo
Winner City of Kwinana
Nature Play
Commendation City of Cockburn
Commendation Shire of Yalgoo
Winner City of Wanneroo
Planning Healthy Communities for Children
Commendation Shire of Collie
Winner Shire of Ashburton
Shade in Public Places
Commendation City of Wanneroo
Winner City of Cockburn
Young People Making A Difference
Commendation Shire of Capel
Winner Shire of Goomalling