The Shire of Narrogin is proud to be the recipient of a stationary air quality sensor, which monitors particulate matter in our air. The sensor has been provided free of charge by the Department of Water and Environmental Regulation (DWER) as part of a program to gain a better understanding of air quality across regional WA. Located in the Narrogin Regional Leisure Centre complex, the sensor measures levels of PM2.5 (particulate matter with a diameter less than 2.5 micrometres) in the air in real time and uploads this information to a publicly available website. PM2.5 has been demonstrated to be a reliable indicator of air quality.

click here to view air quality statistics for Narrogin


The surveillance of the Shire's non-scheme water supply is carried out by the Environmental Health Officer.

This includes the testing of the water quality of the public pool, treated effluent re-use, and domestic rainwater. Tests can be carried out on request and may be subject to a cost depending on the number and complexity of tests required.