Many of you may have read or heard about the proposed Bus Route 523 in Calleya 🚏.
A huge thanks to Yaz Mubarakai MLA for actively pushing for a bus route service in Calleya Estate. A total of 214 signatures and working with the Minister for Transport, the Hon Rita Saffioti, they are happy to announce on Nov 9th 2020 that a bus Route 523 will start its community consultation on 16th November. This is one step closer to getting the service 🙌🎉
Below is the proposed route or for a better look you can download the PDF here.
Route 523 🚌 is proposed to operate seven days a week at the following times:
Every 15 minutes during weekday peak periods
Every 60 minutes during off-peak weekdays, Saturdays and Sundays.
Services would be timed to formally connect with trains at Cockburn Central Station.
WE WANT YOUR FEEDBACK!
This is where we can make some changes. Transperth is seeking public opinions on Route 523!
If you have any comments or suggestions, please let them know before 4th December 2020
As many of you have already received information in your letterbox regarding the next major phase to the Armadale Road to North Lake Road Bridge Project. Check the Mainroad website for more project details.
This post will highlight the construction that will impact residents in Calleya Estate and surrounding Treeby. Mainly the Ghostgum Ave entrance to Armadale Road.
This 3-staged construction will commence in early September 2020 and aims to mid-2021. A major diversion is required to assist the widening of Armadale Road. As a result, the intersection will be converted to left-turn access only during the construction phase.
Ghostgum Avenue traffic intending to travel westbound on Armadale Road will be required to turn left at Armadale Road and follow the detour to the Liddelow Road roundabout then turn back onto Armadale Road, adding an extra 2 km, or approximately four minutes to travel times.
Armadale Road westbound traffic intending to travel northbound on Ghostgum Avenue will be required to continue travelling west on Armadale Road to the temporary roundabout at Tapper Road and Verde Drive (in operation from mid-August), then turn back onto Armadale Road. This will add an extra 1.5 km, or approximately three minutes to travel times.
Right turning movements between Armadale Road and Ghostgum Avenue will be prohibited, as they would require road users to cross an active construction site and oncoming traffic, without protection from traffic signals. This would create a potentially hazardous situation for road users and construction workers in the area. This duration of the right turn closure is necessary for the significant works to be safely undertaken in a heavily constrained area with live power, gas and water services.
Signed detours will be in place throughout each stage of the works. A detour map can be found below. To minimise disturbance to residents, we aim to keep construction-related noise to a minimum and will actively monitor these impacts throughout.
Upon completion, an additional lane will be added to the Armadale Road and Ghostgum Avenue intersection in each direction to improve capacity and support ongoing residential development in Treeby.
Let's talk about a popular issue here in Calleya estate and that is the mobile coverage 📶 from all the telecom providers.
You may have come across many Facebook posts on our Calleya Estate, Treeby community group or on our TCA Facebook page highlighting the grievances of having low to no phone signals in this estate.
This issue existed since the first development of Calleya; and as population density increases the signals deteriorate drastically. 😟 We, the TCA, had been raising this issue with the Cockburn council and the Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman (TIO) yearly in hope that a solution can be implemented.
In the last Wednesday general meeting, on 12th August 2020 at Mooba Cafe, we had the pleasure of havingMr. Yaz Mubarakaijoining us and sharing some key developments and community pain-points he is addressing in 2020. One specific highlight is that he proactively is taking action to get this Mobile Coverage issue resolved. He acknowledged that Treeby and our surrounding community are growing at a record pace and a good telecommunication infrastructure needs to be in place for all the residents.
In order to do that, he is collecting feedbacks and experiences from the residents in these communities. The more he can collect, the strong the case he can build to get a tower erected or a small-cell placed in our surrounding area.
So please, let's help to make Calleya mobile coverage possible by putting your feedback in the survey link below:
It is that time of the year again where we would like to say thank you for your continuous support for Treeby Community Association. We, at TCA, has worked hard over the past 12 months to help our community to fight for what we want and unite the residents. Together we represent a significant voice and as a group, we make a positive difference. 🤝
Some members had reached out requesting guidance on their membership renewal. I do apologise if you are finding the joining or renewal process complicated. Please reach out and we would love to help! 😄
There are 3 ways to join or renew your TCA membership for 2020-2021 and they are:
Via Membership Account page. This is our recommended method, as it connects you to us in the most efficient way. (I will guide you the process if you need a hand below)
Pass the joining or renewal fee to Lani (TCA President) or Helen (TCA Secretary/Treasurer) face-to-face. Message them on Facebook or through TCA email.
Direct Paypal payment through PayPal.Me/Treebyca. (Please remember to add your name, contact details, street address in the "message" section so we know who you are)
This year we had included, due to popular request, a Family Membership level 👨👩👧👦 that is good up to 5 family members. Or if you are happy with just a single membership, you can pick the Annual Membership too! Any contribution will greatly assist the TCA's growth. 📈
Once again TCA thank you for your support ❤️ and would love to welcome you to join our bi-monthly meeting! See you there. 👋
HELP ME... I AM STUCK!
Please allow me to apologise first if the registration is not as straight forward. We will continue to find ways to improve your experience, please bear with us. 😔
To join/renewal you will need to have a WordPress account when you visit the Membership Account page. There you can create or log-in your credentials to access the membership page.
Next step is to choose your Membership Level; either $20 for family membership or $10 for individual membership.
NOTE: The membership is for the current financial year 01/07/20-30/06/21 with no pro-rata discounts.
Also, during the joining/renewal, we want to see if you may be interested in any of our events. Please tick ones that interest you.
We also have our TCA By-Laws and Social Media Communication Policy for your perusal. 😄
Next step, agree to the documents and click on the PayPal checkout button.
You are almost there!! 🙌
Follow through with the PayPal Check Out page should land you to our final thank you page to indicate that your renewal was a success!
⚠️ If you are renewing your membership, after the PayPal screen, please scroll down to the bottom of our page to confirm the renewal! ⚠️
This is the extra step that many of the existing TCA members missed out which leads to unsuccessful renewal.
In both cases, you should see your final thank you screen confirming your new 2020-2021 membership (see below). 🎉🎉
Stockland and TCA have been receiving questions regarding the construction opposite to the dog park on Abelia Road.
This is the new Opal Aged Care facility.
Opal Aged Care’s new home, Treeby Parklands Care Community, is progressing well with construction expected to reach completion in September 2020. Opal Aged Care offers high-quality clinical care, social and recreational programs, and community connections in a friendly and inviting atmosphere for residents and their families. The Opal care home will also include a café and physio rehab clinic which will be open to the wider Calleya/Treeby Community.
The City has been working with a Community Reference Group and Architect to complete a draft design for a new Community and Sports Centre in Treeby. The purpose of this facility is to serve the local community and sporting groups, given their growing numbers and needs.
The draft design for this new Community and Sports Centre was developed based on community feedback from early 2019, when we asked our residents what kind of spaces and activities were most important to them. With a construction budget of approximately $5.5 million, the draft design includes elements such as an activity room, "wet" arts and crafts space, a function room, external play area and more.
Have Your Say
Click here to view the draft design and to have your say. Comments close Tuesday 26 May 2020.
Thank you to all for adhering to the social distancing practices in the last few weeks. A huge thanks to members in our community that are in the front line protecting us all 👏. Also, a big thanks to our residents who offered up their time to help those in need. We had witnessed many positive interactions on our Facebook and WhatsApp group. It really shows that we are stronger together as a community 💪.
It is a time for strength, humanity and kindness. 💕🤝
This week, our Treeby Gardening Committee had been working on a fun secret project. We would like to introduce Carl, our Community Garden Scarecrow, he will be a permanent resident there while guarding ours produces. 😊
Feel free to drop by and say hi to Carl! 👋
A while back we introduced Nextdoor in our TCA Facebook group. The member has been slowly increasing over the past 6 months. Just today we hit 237 members in 189 households. That is 15% of Calleya!! That is amazing.
I know this may be just 'another social platform' for some, but the great thing about Nextdoor is that anything shared in this neighbourhood will only be read by the residents in Treeby. Unlike Facebook groups where it is hard to control who joins the group.
If you see trash along your road or in your neighborhood, please take the time to pick it up and throw it away 🚮. If you are at the park, please use the public bins for your trash, cigarette butts, and finished cans/bottles.
Please be considerate of others who also might be walking where you have walked by disposing of your dog waste💩. Doggie bags are available in the yellow tubes located throughout the estate. If the doggie bags run out, please report it to Cockburn council firstname.lastname@example.org.
If every person just took a few minutes each week to dispose of trash, we could easily keep our community beautiful ✨! Thank you for your time and contribution! 😍
Upcoming Bulk-Waste Verge Collection (30th March 2020) ♻️
Cockburn residents receive two bulk waste and bulk garden organics verge collections a year.
Placing your waste on the verge 🗑️
Following are rules and guidelines for placing your waste out for verge collection:
Place waste on the verge by 6am no more than three (3) days prior to scheduled verge collection date
Place waste approximately 1 metre back from the kerb
Ensure you have not obstructed footpaths and driveways
If you have synthetic turf, contact us to arrange an alternative collection point
Ensure a maximum of approximately two trailer loads (or 2m3) of waste
Ensure the City’s pickup vehicle is not obstructed by trees, sprinklers or vehicles
Allow 5-7 working days from your scheduled verge collection date for waste to be collected
If combining waste with neighbours, contact us prior to scheduled verge collection date.
Important note: placing waste on the verge more than three days prior to the schedule verge collection, or after, may incur a $200 litter infringement notice.
As part of the conditions of the development of the Calleya Estate in Treeby, approximately 800 metres of Solomon Road from Jandakot to Dollier Street will be upgraded to a higher standard. To allow completion of the works in the shortest possible time, this section of Solomon Road will be closed in from 23 March 2020 (weather permitting) for approximately three to four months.
Access provisions will be in place for Solomon Read residents.
There is an update from City of Cockburn regarding the installation of sports floodlighting over the coming months at our Treeby Reserve (Oval). A formal letter should be making rounds in our estate. You can also read about it here!
The City of Cockburn with the support of the Federal Governments (Sport Australia) Community Sport Infrastructure Program is scheduled to install four new sports floodlighting towers over the period of March to June 2020 on Treeby Reserve, corner of Clementine Blvd and Sapphire Dve, Treeby.
On the next page is a map outlining where the floodlighting towers will be located and some Frequently Asked Questions.
The sports floodlighting will use LED lights and will allow both sporting clubs and the wider community to use the reserve at night.
Notably, the installation will include a community light that enables low level lighting at night when the reserve is not being used by a sporting club. This light will enable basic leisure activities to occur (walking or running) and will discourage anti-social behaviour.
Frequently Asked Questions
Why has Treeby Reserve been chosen for floodlighting? The City of Cockburn is committed to providing public open spaces that are well utilised. Treeby Reserve is currently the only active sporting reserve in the suburb of Treeby. It provides a good location for local sport and recreation activities and was originally set aside for recreational purposes as part of the planning process for Treeby. The park is currently under the management of the developer Stockland; however this is scheduled to come across to the City in 2021. Once the formal management of the reserve is transferred to the City, the City will have the ability to allocate usage to sporting clubs for use.
What type of sporting activities could be undertaken? The lighting layout has been configured to accommodate two rectangular pitches (soccer, rugby) as well as an Australian Rules Football oval. Lighting is to local community competition match standard.
Which sporting clubs will use the reserve? At the Ordinary Council Meeting in June 2019, the Fremantle Roosters Rugby League Club was awarded winter tenancy (April to September) to Treeby Reserve following an open expression of interest process. At this time, no summer sporting clubs have expressed an interest.
Will I still be able to use the park for informal recreation activities (such as walking, jogging, dog walking)? Yes, although the park will be available for hire by organised sporting groups, the park is still available for general use of the community at other times. In any case, informal recreation activities could be still undertaken around the park and the barbecue, picnic shelter and playground can be used by the community at all times.
What does the sports’ floodlighting include? Sports floodlighting will enable greater sporting opportunities at night to be undertaken in a safe manner. The proposed infrastructure includes four 34m towers with LED lights. The overall brightness can be switched from 50 to 100 lux to enable both training and local level competition in line with Australian Standard AS2560.2.3. The floodlight pole locations and design has taken into consideration the control of obtrusive light to nearby amenities and residential properties as per Australian Standard AS4282. In any situation, floodlighting would only be operating in the park between 5.30pm to 9pm (Mon to Thurs) and 10pm (Fri and Sat). Sporting clubs using the lights are required to pay for running costs.
When will works occur? Works are scheduled for March and April 2020 and from 7am – 5pm Mon to Fri. Some Saturday work may be required. Works will occur periodically, however the community will still have access to the reserve and amenities.
After reading through the Frequently Asked Questions, should you require further information staff please contact the undersigned on 9411 3444 or email@example.com.