MANDURAH could soon have an off-road vehicle facility.
City of Mandurah councillors will consider an investigation into options for providing an off-road facility at Tuesday night’s meeting.
It is hoped an alternative riding location for riders will reduce the incidents of people riding off-road motorbikes and scooters in local hotspots.
Council is increasingly receiving complaints about off-road vehicles in public areas.
In the financial year 2018/19 the City received 400 complaints regarding off-road vehicles. In 2017/18 there were 372 complaints and 326 in 2016/17.
Off-road vehicle complaints represented the highest non-dog related complaint category for Ranger services.
A report to council said residents were particularly concerned about unregistered trail bikes due to safety, amenity and environmental concerns.