News

BeConnected Digital Literacy Survey
Posted 07 June 2022 BeConnected Digital Literacy Survey

We’re currently gathering information on what kind of training our community needs on using technology.

Hyde Park LEGO model makes debut
Posted 20 May 2022 Hyde Park LEGO model makes debut

Locals flock to the Library and Local History Centre to check out the stunning model.

Library email sent in error
Posted 19 April 2022 Library email sent in error

Last week the Library sent an email with information which was outdated.

Easter Weekend Update
Posted 13 April 2022 Easter Weekend Update

No bins will be collected on Good Friday and offices will be closed across the Easter long weekend.

Hoopla Digital eResource
Posted 08 April 2022 Hoopla Digital eResource

With your library card you can now access Hoopla Digital eResources.

Book Club Sets Now Available For Loan
Posted 25 March 2022 Book Club Sets Now Available For Loan

The City of Vincent Library now has a variety of book club sets available for loan.

Mobile Printing Now Available
Posted 22 March 2022 Mobile Printing Now Available

You can now print documents from anywhere to collect from the library during opening hours.

New Opening Hours
Posted 14 March 2022 New Opening Hours

From Monday 21 March 2022 the City of Vincent Library will have new opening hours.

Managing COVID-19
Posted 04 March 2022 Managing COVID-19

Information and advice for managing COVID-19 at home in the Western Australian community.

Vincent Local History Award winners
Posted 23 September 2021 Vincent Local History Award winners

The winners from the City of Vincent’s 21st annual Local History Awards have been announced

Masks on for a little longer
Posted 02 July 2021 Masks on for a little longer

We are coming out of lockdown with interim restrictions in place.

Four Day Lockdown
Posted 28 June 2021 Four Day Lockdown

Our public facilities, library, Beatty Park Leisure Centre, skate park and playgrounds are closed and public events cancelled until Saturday 12.01am.

Mask up
Posted 28 June 2021 Mask up

Stage 1 Covid restrictions return

Britannia gets lit
Posted 23 June 2021 Britannia gets lit

The City of Vincent is upgrading the lighting at the northern end of Britannia Reserve.

Vincent Local History Awards turns 21
Posted 01 June 2021 Vincent Local History Awards turns 21

Submissions are now open for The City of Vincent’s annual Local History Awards.

Liveability Census 2021
Posted 17 May 2021 Liveability Census 2021

The census is Australia’s largest community-led social research project collecting information on what really matters to communities.

Protecting the character of our streets
Posted 14 May 2021 Protecting the character of our streets

The character and charm of The Boulevarde and Matlock Street will be preserved for future generations after character retention guidelines were introduced in the area.

Mask up
Posted 26 April 2021 Mask up

For the next four days we are following restrictions recently announced by Premier McGowan as Perth transitions out of lockdown. The transition period starts at 12.01am early tomorrow morning (Tuesday) and will end at 12.01am early Saturday morning.

Stay home, stay safe
Posted 23 April 2021 Stay home, stay safe

We encourage our Vincent residents to commemorate ANZAC Day this long weekend at home following the recent announcement of a three day lock down starting from midnight tonight until midnight Monday 26 April.

RBdigital eMagazines move to Libby App
Posted 26 February 2021 RBdigital eMagazines move to Libby App

eMagazines currently accessed via the RBdigital App have moved to the Libby App, powered by OverDrive.

Vincent transitions from lock down
Posted 05 February 2021 Vincent transitions from lock down

The City of Vincent Library and Community Centre will reopen and Beatty Park Leisure Centre will partially reopen tomorrow following the end of the five-day COVID-19 lock down.

Public facilities close but core services remain
Posted 31 January 2021 Public facilities close but core services remain

The City of Vincent is closing Beatty Park Leisure Centre, the Community Centre, the Library, the Leederville Skatepark and all playgrounds after the State Government announced a five-day lock down to stop the spread of COVID-19. The closures come into effect at 6pm today and will remain in place until 6pm on Friday 5 February.

Festive Season Bin Collections and Closures
Posted 14 December 2020 Festive Season Bin Collections and Closures

We don't collect bins on Christmas Day or New Years Day. Our offices are also closed during the Christmas break.

Local History Awards winners crowned
Posted 04 November 2020 Local History Awards winners crowned

Congratulations to the winners of our 2020 Local History Awards.

Help record Vincent's history
Posted 10 July 2020 Help record Vincent's history

Entries are now open for the 2020 Vincent Local History Awards and this year we want to capture contemporary tales about life in our suburbs in recent months.

City's Customer Service Desk Now Open In Library
Posted 19 May 2020 City's Customer Service Desk Now Open In Library

The City’s Customer Service team are open for business in the City of Vincent library.

Library Reopens : FAQs
Posted 15 May 2020 Library Reopens : FAQs

The City of Vincent Library and Local History Centre reopens Monday 18 May. Please read our range of FAQs for more information.

Vincent verge collections rescheduled
Posted 12 May 2020 Vincent verge collections rescheduled

There is good news for Vincent residents who have been using their time in isolation to declutter their homes, with bulk hard waste collections rescheduled for July and August.

Vincent welcomes easing of COVID-19 restrictions
Posted 11 May 2020 Vincent welcomes easing of COVID-19 restrictions

The City of Vincent welcomes the easing of coronavirus restrictions and is working towards implementing phase two of the State Government’s four-phase plan for getting our lives and livelihoods back on track.

Library open for business online
Posted 01 April 2020 Library open for business online

The City of Vincent Library and Local History Centre is expanding its online services to keep our community entertained and connected during this time of social distancing.

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