Mandurah rangers get new 4WD to help with duties

Sarah Wilson, Mayor Marina Vergone and Rebecca Webb put the Green Ranger through its paces at Doddis Beach.
Sarah Wilson, Mayor Marina Vergone and Rebecca Webb put the Green Ranger through its paces at Doddis Beach.

RANGER Green will provide increased access to road areas that normal road operational 4WDs cannot reach, such as coastal and quarry areas, help manage off-road vehicle offences, dog offences and other local law matters such as illegal camping and dumping and litter management.

The new ranger is the City of Mandurah’s new all-terrain vehicle now helping council rangers carry out their duties .

Working alongside the community, the rangers also act as the ‘eyes on the street’ and the new vehicle will help in reporting incidents such as vandalism and damage to amenities and facilities to relevant City departments.

The City of Mandurah’s Rangers team was named the 2016 WA Ranger Team of the Year in September.

The annual WA Rangers Association awards recognise actions and achievements by Local Government Ranger Teams across WA and the benefits they have on local communities.