LGSA - Western Australia

The Local Government Supervisors Association of Western Australia is a non-profit association, providing member services, professional and personal development, and an Annual State Conference and Trade Exhibition for Supervisors, Works Officers and Member Councils in Western Australia.

LGSA members are from local authorities within the State and the varied backgrounds of our members ensure a high standard of care for all our Australian major assets, ensuring a healthy future for our transportation and public infrastructure

Supervisory Officers oversee and are involved with the construction, development and maintenance of roads, drainage, reserves, reticulation, machinery and workshops, water management, waste and recycling.

Aims and objectives of LGSA

The LGSA aims to provide a central organisation of Supervisory Officers within Local Government to:

  • keep members informed about issues, techniques, new products, etc.
  • promote co-operation, mutual assistance and good friendship
  • provide training and scholarship opportunities
  • provide a strong foundation for continued maintenance and development of assets
  • provide course content for training programs
  • advise training institutions
  • foster inter-relations with other Associations
  • maintain and conduct itself as a non-political, non-industrial, non-profit organisation

To communicate with LGSA, please use the following:
Tel: (08) 6250 0558
LGSA, PO Box 1410, Bibra Lake, WA 6965

Peter Murray
Acting President