Council initiatives to support community after bush fires

16 January, 2020

Blue Mountains City Council will propose at the next Council meeting that a series of social wellbeing, environmental...

Joan Domicelj, BMCC Executive Business Manager Tracy Burgess, BMCC CEO Rosemary Dillon, Phil Koberberg and Mary Waterford.
23 Jan 2020
The Blue Mountains Bush Fire Mayoral Relief Fund advisory committee elected today (23 January) to direct the $28,500 raised so far directly to those most seriously affected this bush fire season.
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23 Jan 2020
The extra green waste services being offered by Blue Mountains City Council to help residents get on top of their property preparation are ending on Friday 31 January.
Mayor Mark Greenhill at Echo Point
23 Jan 2020
Blue Mountains Mayor Mark Greenhill is urging visitors to return to the Blue Mountains, after bush fires. The plea has gone nationwide, in a bid to encourage visitors who have stayed away over the Christmas/New Year period to visit the Blue Mountains to help businesses who are struggling.
2018 Youth Council
23 Jan 2020
Applications are now open for the Blue Mountains Youth Council.
One of the Blue Mountains' koalas successfully evacuated, due to bush fires
21 Jan 2020
Council is assisting Science for Wildlife to supply local leaves for the Blue Mountains’ koalas that are currently in care at Taronga Zoo, after they were rescued from approaching bush fires before Christmas.
Mayor Greenhill on the Blue Mountains Explorer Bus
21 Jan 2020
Blue Mountains City Mayor Mark Greenhill is urging visitors to return to the Blue Mountains, now that the threat of bush fires has ended.
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17 Jan 2020

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