The residents of Willetton want Public Open Space, not small lot developments.

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The long term residents of Delwood Place and Hilltop Rise, Willetton have enjoyed Hilltop Park for decades.  Children living in the area have grown up exploring and discovering nature in the park, residents have woken up to the sounds of birds and other native wildlife and wonderful large trees block the scorching summer sun, allowing backyards to become oasis from the urban heat.  

Now the City of Canning has decided that there is potential to sell off a large portion of the Public Open Space in Hilltop Park, to create small housing lots (out of step with the vast majority of suburban Willetton residential lots).

This means residents lose their parkland outlook, local kids miss out on a nature zone to explore and learn, and Willetton loses both native vegetation in Public Open Space, as well as trees.

Help us fight for what is RIGHT in our suburb, help us SAVE PUBLIC OPEN SPACE that can be enjoyed by all, help us SAVE WILLETTON TREE CANOPY to negate the urban heat effect becoming so prevalent, help us PRESERVE NATURE over allowing small blocks of land replacing trees and resident privacy and help us ensure our kids have access to a wonderful location to DISCOVER NATURE.  Help us in our fight with the City of Canning by signing this petition.


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