This is a quick update to inform the resident that part of Solomon Road parallel to Calleya Estate had been opened which allowed residents to come into the estate via Greensand Promanade (new entry) and Dollier Street (existing entry). See map above for the green coloured line.
However, it also appears that they had temporarily closed the minor stretch of Solomon Road between Dollier Street and Cutler Road ⚠️. See map above for the red coloured line. Making it into a 1-lane street, causing unnecessary jams during normal hours.
TCA has not received any information regarding this closure and still waiting to hear back from the council. We do wish that this closure is only temporary and fast. Will post another update as we know more!
So please plan your routes carefully.
If you wish to go Kwinana Freeway or Northbound, please detour using Jandakot Road and Berrigan Drive. If you are heading Southbound, going via Clementine Boulevard is the less jam option at the moment.
Today Treeby Community Association executive team had a bi-monthly meeting in our community garden. Many topics are on the table for discussion, and there is one that I would like to share with all of you (residents of Treeby) here.
As a few of you probably read on our WhatsApp group or our Treeby Crime Watch FB group that there have been a few thefts around the area, as well as 4WD intrusion near Ghostgum roundabout. CoSafe and Police were informed of these activities and subsequently, they are logged.
In the last Neighbourhood Watch meeting the statistics for April 2020 are released and here is Treeby.
As you can see there is a jump between the incidents in February 2020 and April 2020. This is due to multiple factors such as COVID-19 lockdown, unemployment, and being a new construction area are easy targets.
Regardless of the result, I have to applause our community for staying vigilant and keeping eyes around our estate. There are many instances where our community came together and deter suspicious activities. By working together we can make our estate safer for everyone!
Thank you all. We hope the number will drop back down in our next meeting.
We urge you to report any incidents or suspicious activities to the following organisations. Just remember that CrimeStoppers is an intelligence database that sends information out to relevant departments to action. When calling the police or CrimeStoppers, call CoSafe as well as often they are closer to the incident than the police.
000 (Emergency) 🆘
Emergencies that are life-threatening
For a crime that is being committed or has just been committed (includes fire and medical emergencies).
131444 (Police) 👮
Non-urgent situations that require police attendance
E.g. car theft, anti-social behaviour (ASB), property related incidents, burglary
For crimes that have occurred.
1300 333 000 (CrimeStoppers) 🚓
Non-urgent situations where immediate attendance is not required
E.g. criminal activity or suspicious behaviour
You can remain anonymous (as you are not reporting to the police directly)
Information can be current or from the past.
1300 26 72 33 (CoSafe) 🚔
Non-urgent situations where immediate police attendance is not required
E.g. ASB, vandalism, graffiti, suspicious behaviour (this will be reported to CrimeStoppers), noise complaints
CoSafe responds to calls within 15 minutes.
Please help us to keep Treeby safe. No matter how trivial you think your information is, it might be the missing link for the police. 🚨
If you need to have a document witnessed, the best place to go is a Document Witnessing Centre where a Justice of the Peace (JP) will assist you. There are Document Witnessing Centres located at many metropolitan and regional locations.
So this week on sunday the 24th march, we were going to hold our BBQ which has to be rescheduled for 14th April Head to Sapphire Drive to the BMX park from 12-3pm grab a sausage sizzle have a chat and meet some neighbours. Lets hope the park BBQ's are in working order this time. lol
Further to this BBQ we will endeavour to hold all our BBQ's on the Last sunday of the following months March, May, July, September, November. Each BBQ will be held at a different Park withing the estate with all residents welcome.
The Treeby Community Association (TCA) was incorporated in November 2017. Our aim is to build a strong sense of community in Treeby for the benefit of all residents. We work closely with local government and Stockland Calleya in order to create community initiatives, host events and keep residents informed of local matters.
We encourage all residents in the suburb of Treeby to become members of the association. Member benefits include:
Attend general meetings as well as committee meetings as desired
Have input into planning and hosting community events and initiatives
Receive meeting minutes and member emails with updates on current and future happenings around the suburb e.g. roads and infrastructure
Have access to the community garden tool locker (coming soon)
Our fees are only $10 per person per calendar year!