Community Energy Plan


The City wants your help to develop a Community Energy Plan!

The Community Energy Plan aims to support residents take charge of their energy consumption, become more energy efficient and use more renewable power at home. The plan will set a clear direction for Council and community to follow, ensuring resilient communities into the future.

The purpose of the consultation is to learn how the City can best support residents reduce energy use at home, helping to save money and slow down global warming. Feedback will help inform the future plan.

How can you get involved and have your say

  • Complete the survey at the bottom of the page
  • Register for one of the below workshops facilitated by consultation expert Joel Levin from Aha! Consulting
Date
Place
Bookings
Tuesday 4 June*
10am to 12pm
Stirling Leisure Centres - Herb Graham – Mirrabooka*
38 Ashbury Crescent, Mirrabooka
RSVP Friday 31 May
*Free crèche facilities, bookings required
Book here
(Please see 'more information' below for creche booking info)

Tuesday 11 June
6pm to 8pm
Leisurepark Balga
109 Princess Road
RSVP Friday 7 June
Book here
Saturday 15 June
10am to 12pm
Stirling Community Centres - Tuart Hill
Corner Cape and Stoneham Streets
RSVP Wednesday 12 June
Book here

Please note light refreshments will be available and bookings are essential.

More information

  • To enquire about creche bookings for the workshop on 4 June, please email: sustainability@stirling.wa.gov.au
  • To view more Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs), please see the FAQs
  • To stay in the loop about the City's sustainability initiatives, please subscribe the the Living Green Newsletter here.
  • To learn more about sustainability initiatives available from the City of Stirling click here.


The City wants your help to develop a Community Energy Plan!

The Community Energy Plan aims to support residents take charge of their energy consumption, become more energy efficient and use more renewable power at home. The plan will set a clear direction for Council and community to follow, ensuring resilient communities into the future.

The purpose of the consultation is to learn how the City can best support residents reduce energy use at home, helping to save money and slow down global warming. Feedback will help inform the future plan.

How can you get involved and have your say

  • Complete the survey at the bottom of the page
  • Register for one of the below workshops facilitated by consultation expert Joel Levin from Aha! Consulting
Date
Place
Bookings
Tuesday 4 June*
10am to 12pm
Stirling Leisure Centres - Herb Graham – Mirrabooka*
38 Ashbury Crescent, Mirrabooka
RSVP Friday 31 May
*Free crèche facilities, bookings required
Book here
(Please see 'more information' below for creche booking info)

Tuesday 11 June
6pm to 8pm
Leisurepark Balga
109 Princess Road
RSVP Friday 7 June
Book here
Saturday 15 June
10am to 12pm
Stirling Community Centres - Tuart Hill
Corner Cape and Stoneham Streets
RSVP Wednesday 12 June
Book here

Please note light refreshments will be available and bookings are essential.

More information

  • To enquire about creche bookings for the workshop on 4 June, please email: sustainability@stirling.wa.gov.au
  • To view more Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs), please see the FAQs
  • To stay in the loop about the City's sustainability initiatives, please subscribe the the Living Green Newsletter here.
  • To learn more about sustainability initiatives available from the City of Stirling click here.