Smoke-free Town Centres

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As part of the City’s new Public Health Plan, the City will be introducing smoke free town centres. We’re asking for feedback on the proposed smoke free boundaries for Leederville, Mount Hawthorn, North Perth, Beaufort Street and William Street.

Community consultation to identify local health and wellbeing priorities and actions for the Public Health Plan was carried out in 2020. Smoke free environments, including town centres was identified as an important issue for 85% of respondents.

Smoke free Town Centres is a major target for the Public Health Plan to protect the community from environmental tobacco smoke, discourage the uptake of smoking in children and young people and provide a supportive environment for people who are trying to quit smoking or have recently quit smoking.

The City is working with Cancer Council WA and Australian Council on Smoking and Health to achieve and implement smoke free town centres.

The City is seeking the community feedback on the draft boundaries for five smoke free town centres.

You can view the proposed boundaries here.

Share your thoughts

If you have any feedback on the proposed boundaries, you can share your thoughts in a number of ways.

  • Fill out our online survey below
  • Email us at mail@vincent.wa.gov.au
  • Call us on 9273 6000
  • Visit our customer service team at the City of Vincent Library, 99 Loftus Street (during opening hours)
  • Come along to an information session.

Leederville, 21st Amendment, 1/663 Newcastle Street, Leederville, Monday 28 June, 5pm – 6pm

Beaufort Street, The Queens Tavern, 520 Beaufort Street, Highgate, Monday 12 July, 5pm – 6pm

Mount Hawthorn, The Cabin Small Bar, 174 Scarborough Beach Road, Mount Hawthorn, Wednesday 28 July, 5pm – 6pm

North Perth, The Old Laundry Bar, 22 Angove Street, North Perth, Wednesday 11 August, 5pm – 6pm

William Street, The Moon, 2/323 William Street, Northbridge, Wednesday 25 August, 5pm – 6pm

Feedback has now closed.

For more information, contact the City on 9273 6000 or mail@vincent.wa.gov.au

As part of the City’s new Public Health Plan, the City will be introducing smoke free town centres. We’re asking for feedback on the proposed smoke free boundaries for Leederville, Mount Hawthorn, North Perth, Beaufort Street and William Street.

Community consultation to identify local health and wellbeing priorities and actions for the Public Health Plan was carried out in 2020. Smoke free environments, including town centres was identified as an important issue for 85% of respondents.

Smoke free Town Centres is a major target for the Public Health Plan to protect the community from environmental tobacco smoke, discourage the uptake of smoking in children and young people and provide a supportive environment for people who are trying to quit smoking or have recently quit smoking.

The City is working with Cancer Council WA and Australian Council on Smoking and Health to achieve and implement smoke free town centres.

The City is seeking the community feedback on the draft boundaries for five smoke free town centres.

You can view the proposed boundaries here.

Share your thoughts

If you have any feedback on the proposed boundaries, you can share your thoughts in a number of ways.

  • Fill out our online survey below
  • Email us at mail@vincent.wa.gov.au
  • Call us on 9273 6000
  • Visit our customer service team at the City of Vincent Library, 99 Loftus Street (during opening hours)
  • Come along to an information session.

Leederville, 21st Amendment, 1/663 Newcastle Street, Leederville, Monday 28 June, 5pm – 6pm

Beaufort Street, The Queens Tavern, 520 Beaufort Street, Highgate, Monday 12 July, 5pm – 6pm

Mount Hawthorn, The Cabin Small Bar, 174 Scarborough Beach Road, Mount Hawthorn, Wednesday 28 July, 5pm – 6pm

North Perth, The Old Laundry Bar, 22 Angove Street, North Perth, Wednesday 11 August, 5pm – 6pm

William Street, The Moon, 2/323 William Street, Northbridge, Wednesday 25 August, 5pm – 6pm

Feedback has now closed.

For more information, contact the City on 9273 6000 or mail@vincent.wa.gov.au