The City is seeking sponsors that are committed to supporting safety and security programs throughout the City to all residents.

Your support for these programs will help the City deliver safety and security messages and initiatives to all.  Sponsors are invited to choose the program that they wish to support as individual programs or the option of a major sponsor for all Safe City programs is available for larger sponsorship commitments

Safety and Security – Safe City Initiative

The Safe City Community CCTV program will commence on Wednesday 12 October 2022, click here for more details. 

The City, through its Safe City Initiative, provides local residents with access to a diverse range of community oriented programs specifically developed to target distinct demographic groups to increase safety and awareness, develop safety strategies and improve community and personal safety.

Safe City Christmas Lights

The Safe City Christmas Lights encourages neighbours to get to know each other and share in the Christmas festivities by visiting all participating homes as detailed on the City’s website.  This is an annual competition to generate community spirit and sees residents light up the streets.  Prizes are offered for the Best Private Residence who receive $500 cash and a plaque and Best Decorated Street (five houses or more) who receive $1,000 cash and a commemorative street sign. 


The Anti-Graffiti campaign commenced in February 1999. The City continues to work directly with WA Police to ensure a coordinated approach to identifying and prosecuting graffiti vandals.  All graffiti incidents on City infrastructure are recorded, photographed and provided to police as evidence.  

Hotspot Door Knocks

Safe City works directly with WA Police Force and Gosnells District Neighbourhood Watch to conduct door knocks in crime hot spots identified by police and proactively encourages the community to take an active interest in protecting their neighbourhood through a coordinated multi-agency ‘cocooning’ strategy.  Residents are provided with a crime prevention kit and information to assist them to take steps to reduce their risk of becoming a victim of crime.

Safety presentations and workshops

Safe City provides free safety presentations and workshops for community members and businesses that focus on local crime issues and current crime trends.  The City collaborates with WA Police Force and other relevant agencies to provide community safety and crime prevention initiatives which have included Women’s Personal Safety, Senior’s Safety, Personal Safety, safety awareness for CaLD communities, local and online scams and security presentations and armed hold up training for businesses. 

Safe City programs would suit sponsors that are interested in supporting the local community in making the City of Gosnells, residents and local business areas a safer and more secure environment for the whole community.  Small and corporate business sponsors are sought for a list of programs run through the Safe City Initiative and they offer a great return on investment through promotional materials and promotional attendance at City of Gosnells major events.