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Grace Tame – Reclaiming Our Power

Devonport City Council is thrilled to announce Reclaiming Our Power; Surviving, Thriving, and Inspiring Others; our 2024 International Women’s Day Keynote Event Featuring Grace Tame, 2021 ...
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Public Cleaning

  We protect your health by cleaning and maintaining the public spaces you use every day. From the streets to the parks, from the car ...
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Beaches, Parks & Reserves

Display All Beaches Nature Parks & Gardens Recreation Reserve Sports Grounds Trails Back Beach Located to the west of Bluff Beach and accessed via Coles ...
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Notifiable Diseases

Notifiable diseases are certain infectious illnesses which have been identified by the Director of Public Health as those that could pose a significant risk to ...
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Recent changes to the Public Health Act 1997 mean that certain areas and events are now required to be smoke free zones.  This change has ...
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Living Well Devonport Programs

Living Well Devonport – FREE Health and Wellbeing Community Program. Living Well Devonport is an innovative and holistic Health and Wellbeing program designed to empower ...
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Noise can be a problem, particularly in urban areas. It should not create a nuisance for other people. Noise from residential properties that unreasonably interferes with ...
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Immunisation is a simple and effective way of protecting against certain diseases. There are a number of infectious diseases which can be prevented by immunisation. ...
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Reporting Litter & Illegal Dumping

We all want to see Devonport’s environment free from harmful and unpleasant pollution.  Illegal Dumping & Littering Littering and the dumping of goods, including building ...
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graffiti removal


Graffiti Removal Graffiti is removed by Council in public areas and from Council owned property. Devonport City Council’s graffiti management program includes: Removal of reported ...
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