Council’s concerns increase about development of wildlife park at Wentworth Falls

Council’s concerns increase about development of wildlife park at Wentworth Falls

Blue Mountains City Council has been notified that a new and larger proposal for a wildlife park at Wentworth Falls will be treated as a State Significant Development, meaning it will not need to comply with local planning frameworks.
Blue Mountains
22 Jan 2021
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Council works with community representatives to shape the future of Katoomba

Council works with community representatives to shape the future of Katoomba

Blue Mountains City Council is working with representatives of the community to shape the vision for the Katoomba Masterplan.
Blue Mountains
22 Jan 2021
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Traffic changes at Hazelbrook Village shops

Traffic changes at Hazelbrook Village shops

The car park at Hazelbrook Village is currently being upgraded to improve traffic flow and increase safety.
Blue Mountains
22 Jan 2021
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Thanking our community this Australia Day

Thanking our community this Australia Day

The seven Blue Mountains Rotary Clubs, supported by Blue Mountains City Council, are providing free sausage sizzles across the Blue Mountains this Australia Day.  Rotary secured a grant through the Au…
Blue Mountains
15 Jan 2021
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Win, win for Council’s carbon reduction projects

Reducing Council’s carbon emissions to zero by 2025 makes great environmental and financial sense and two of Council’s latest carbon reduction projects are helping to achieve that goal.
Blue Mountains
14 Jan 2021
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Hazardous waste targeted in new campaign

Hazardous waste targeted in new campaign

A new education campaign has been released by Blue Mountains City Council this month, to raise awareness about the dangers hazardous waste poses to our community and World Heritage Area.
Blue Mountains
14 Jan 2021
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BMCC supporting the community during COVID-19: Emergency Face Masks

BMCC supporting the community during COVID-19: Emergency Face Masks

Blue Mountains City Council is providing reusable face masks to those in vulnerable and at risk groups in the community.Council is again partnering with the Rapid Relief Team, who helped with the roll…
Blue Mountains
7 Jan 2021
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Face masks to be worn inside Council facilities, due to COVID-19

Face masks to be worn inside Council facilities, due to COVID-19

If you live in the Greater Sydney Area which includes the Blue Mountains, it is now mandatory to wear a face mask indoors at facilities where goods and services are provided directly to members of the…
Blue Mountains
5 Jan 2021
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Council waives 2021 winter sports user fees to support local sports groups

Council waives 2021 winter sports user fees to support local sports groups

Blue Mountains City Council will continue to support the community through the COVID-19 pandemic by waiving sports user fees for the upcoming 2021 Winter Sports season.  The decision was made today un…
Blue Mountains
23 Dec 2020
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