Welcome to the Shire of Three Springs Homepage
Three Springs is a small country town in the mid west of Western Australia, with a unique mix of grain and grazing, mining and government industries within the Shire. With the abundance of gorgeous wildflowers in season, close proximity to the beautiful central coastline, and its idyllic bush setting, Three Springs is enjoyed by both residents and visitors alike.
Council and Community News
The Shire of Three Springs currently has two vacant positions. Future positions can be viewed by selecting "Our Council" then "Vacant Positions" on the side menu bar.
Shire of Three Springs - Council Meetings
The Council meets on the third Wednesday of every month except January.
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The Shire of Three Springs now has a compliment / complaint form.
To download this form, please click here
Three Springs Rate Model 2014/2015 Financial Year
Please click here for the Shire of Three Springs Differential Rate Model for the 2014/2015 Financial Year.
Please click here for The Shire of Three Springs Notice of Intention to Impose Differential and Minimum Rates 2014/15
Three Springs Long Term Financial Plan 2012/2022
Please click here to view or download a copy of the long term finacial plan for 2012/2022.
Three Springs Local Planning Strategy
Various information can be obtained from the Shire Office on 9954 1001 or firstname.lastname@example.org in relation to what is happening within the Community, job prospects, housing availability and so much more.
Three Springs Short Stay Caravan Park
The Shire of Three Springs now has a newly developed Short Stay Caravan Park. Please click here for a copy of the Welcome Brochure with more information, further information can be obtained from the Shire of Three Springs Office on 9954 1001.
Three Springs Phone Directory
The local telephone directory is available from the Shire Office, or by download by clicking here. Please contact the Office on 9954 1001 if you wish to make any changes or add/remove your details. For information on all these news items and more, click here
If you would like to change your existing details please complete the online form
Make us Aware
It's now so easy to keep us informed, if you have any issues or concerns that you think Council should be aware of please complete our simple online form.
Responsible Cat Ownership
From 1 November 2013, the Cat Act 2011 takes effect and will require all cats that have reached 6 months of age to be:
Cats will be required to wear a collar and registration tag to ensure that owned cats can be easily identified and returned to their owner.
Please click here for further information from the Department of Local Government and Communities web site.