THE City of Mandurah rangers team was named WA Ranger Team of the Year at a recent special event.
The annual WA Rangers Association awards recognise actions and achievements by local government ranger teams in WA and the benefits to the community.
City chief executive Mark Newman said the way in which the City worked with the community was important and the ranger services team delivered a high level of service.
“The Ranger Team of the Year Award is quite prestigious and very much sought after by the local government industry,” he said.
“The judging panel commented on the diversity, inclusion and the considerate approach to our service.”
The City’s rangers act as the ‘eyes on the street’ and work across a wide range of areas including animal control, littering, fire permits, fire control, abandoned vehicles and parking (including school zones) through educating the community and applying state and local laws.