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 Community Development and Directories

The City recognises the importance of working with the community to create an environment where all residents can participate in community life to maximise their full potential and feel valued as equal and involved citizens.

Our residents are the experts of their community and as such we strive to work with the community to utilise the strengths, knowledge and skills that are abundant across our diverse City. The City works collaboratively across a broad range of community groups, events and projects.

See below for community service directories and City of Belmont Community Development programs and initiatives.


Community Services and Events Guide 2018

 
Download the Guide for a useful and informative resource and a quick and easy reference to the services and events that the City is involved in.

The Guide will be updated on a monthly basis to reflect current community groups and events. If you are interested in appearing in the Guide, please submit an Expression of Interest.

Community Services and Events Guide



Emergency and Financial Support Services Directory


The ER Connect Directory provides detailed information about local agencies to help you locate services in the City of Belmont.

To search for assistance with services such as accommodation, financial counselling, legal services, domestic and family violence, overdue bills, meals and homelessness within the City of Belmont, search the directory here.

​Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Communities

The City of Belmont is committed to and continues to work and support local Aboriginal and Torees Strait Islander communities by celebrating local art, cultures, histories and wellness. Connecting the City of Belmont to the local Aboriginal community and organisations will enable Aboriginal people to have their voices heard, thereby creating a safe environment in which Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal peoples can live and work together.

Find out more about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community engagement in the City of Belmont.

Belmont Sister City

The City of Belmont has built a 32 year relationship with its Sister City, Adachi-ku in Tokyo, Japan. The Sister City relationship promotes cultural and educational exchanges between the two cities.

Find out more about the Belmont Sister City program.

​Children and Youth

From immunisation clinics to family events and activities, the City of Belmont aims to support and provide family friendly services to its community. Find out more about services and facilities for children.

For youth (11-25) the City of Belmont's partnership with YMCA aims to provide the City’s young people with access to highly trained and qualified youth workers, innovative programs and interesting activities in a supportive, safe and youth friendly space. Find out more about services and facilities for youth.

​Cultural Diversity

The City of Belmont is committed to working with and empowering local Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CaLD) communities.

Find out more about the City's Multicultural Action Plan 2016-2018, focus groups, special projects, events and services for CaLD communities in the City of Belmont.

Disability Access and Inclusion

The City of Belmont is committed to ensuring that its community is accessible and inclusive for all residents, including those with disabilities, their families and carers.

Find out more about the City's Disability Access and Inclusion Plan, Focus Group, programs and events.

Home and Community Care

The City is keen to see all of our community members maintain a high quality of life and continue to make a contribution to society. For our older residents and people with disabilities this will often mean being able to stay in their own homes, where they can remain comfortable and be in familiar surroundings. The City coordinates several State and Commonwealth Government funded services to address the specific needs in our community.

Find out more about Home and Community Care services.

Seniors

The City recognises the valuable contribution our seniors make to the rich history, diversity and vibrancy of our community. We aim to provide a safe and inclusive environment, with opportunities to maintain a good quality of life with meaning, purpose and value.

Find out more about services, events and programs for seniors in the City of Belmont.

​Volunteers 

Volunteering is a great way to get involved in your local community, meet new people and develop new skills. There are some fantastic opportunities for volunteering within the City of Belmont.

The City's e-Volunteer Hub links residents to the latest volunteering opportunities in the City and provides training and support to local community organisations and volunteers.

Find out more about volunteering in the City of Belmont.

​Contact Us

For further information on any of these areas, please contact the City’s Community Development Team on 9477 7219 or community.development@belmont.wa.gov.au