What projects would you like to fund?

Voting is open for Project Robin Hood IV and you have up to $100,000 in your budget to fund your favourite community projects.

How to vote

  1. Have a read of all the projects below by clicking the read more button on the project cards to find out more information about the project including the benefits to the community and who can get involved.
  2. Decide which ones you want to fund and spend your budget by clicking the fund it button. The cost of that project will be deducted from your budget. If you make a mistake, select the unfund this button to credit the cost of the project back to your budget. You don't have to spent your entire $100,000 budget, but you must spend at least $85,000.
  3. Scroll to the bottom of the page, enter your name and email then click submit. You can only vote once and multiple votes will be removed.

Voting closes at 9am on Monday, 27 May 2019

Contact the City of Melville Customer Service Team if you have any problems voting.

Open
Your remaining budget:
$19,993

Scout Campfire Rings and Community Park Landscaping

Walter West Reserve, Cnr Garling Street & Keppell Street, Willagee

  692 Votes (7%)
$20,000

Nature Play Space at Brentwood Primary School

The project area is on Brentwood Primary School grounds, easily accessible

  1070 Votes (11%)
$4,300

Family Fun and Fitness Fair

Kardinya Netball Club Morris Buzzcott Reserve

  639 Votes (6%)
$19,996

Cycling Without Age

Point Walter

  880 Votes (9%)
$16,683

Brentwood Comes Alive

Brentwood shopping precinct, corner of Cranford Ave and Moolyeen Road

  783 Votes (8%)
$9,400

City of Melville - Blossom Friendship

City of Melville

  700 Votes (7%)
$9,523

Seeds to Seedlings to Schools

Murdoch Community Garden and various planting sites in the City

  1093 Votes (11%)
$19,360

Willagee Food Markets

George Humes Park

  645 Votes (6%)
$19,700

Melville Saves the Bees of Australia

City of Melville

  1095 Votes (11%)
$13,450

Orchestra at Twilight in the Park

Miller Bakehouse Museum Park, corner Elvira & Baal Streets Palmyra.

  549 Votes (5%)
$11,730

Booragoon Bulldogs Junior Football Club Community Family Movie Night

Karoonda Oval Booragoon

  640 Votes (6%)
$19,000

Attadale and Bicton community hub re-vitalisation

Shop strip at the corner of Moreing Road and Davis Road Attadale

  493 Votes (5%)
$11,140

Bateman Bush Tucker-Indigenous Education Reserve

Bateman Primary School Nature Reserve, cnr Dean Rd & Adams St, Bateman

  834 Votes (8%)

Terms and Conditions

  • Voting is open from 9.00am Monday, 6 May 2019 to 9am Monday, 27 May 2019. Only votes cast during this period will be counted.
  • Voting is online at www.melvilletalks.com.au/prhvote. Voters need to distribute $100,000 to various projects by clicking the Fund This button. To submit their votes, voters must enter a screen name and email address and click submit.
  • Each person can only participate in voting once. Creating multiple screen names or email addresses in order to vote more than once is not permitted.
  • At the close of the voting period, all votes will be totalled and projects ranked in order of valid votes received from highest to lowest. Projects with the most votes will be allocated funding, moving down the list until the $100,000 funding amount is exhausted.
  • The City of Melville reserves the right to disqualify votes or suspend voting if it has reasonable grounds to suspect that fraudulent voting has occurred or if it considers there has been any attempt to rig voting.
  • The City of Melville cannot accept any responsibility whatsoever for any technical failure or malfunction or any other problem with any on-line system, server, provider or otherwise which may result in any vote being lost or not properly registered or recorded.
  • The City of Melville reserves the right to change, cancel or suspend these terms and conditions at any time.