Blue Mountains City Council launches new emergency resource for residents

20 December, 2021

Being prepared and knowing what to do in the event of a natural disaster such as a bushfire, extreme storm or a flood,...

ayor Cr Mark Greenhill and CEO Dr Rosemary Dillon sign, under joint delegation, a new memorandum to implement further support for local businesses.
17 Jan 2022
Blue Mountains City Council has waived all footpath dining and storage fees for local Blue Mountains businesses for a three month period, starting 1 February.
Escarpment graphic
05 Jan 2022
Blue Mountains City Council invites the community to have its say on four draft Plans of Management (PoMs), on exhibition until 2 February 2022.
Mayor, Cr Mark Greenhill, and Deputy Mayor, Cr Romola Hollywood.
24 Dec 2021
The newly elected Councillors of Blue Mountains City Council took an Oath (or Affirmation) on 23 December 2021, following the 2021 Local Government Election.
(left to right) Guide Leader Sue Chandler, Susan Templeman MP, Guide Leader Dianne Strahan, Grace George, BMCC Mayor Mark Greenhill, BMCC Councillor Nyree Fisher and BMCC Education and Engagement Officer Gillian Fitzgerald.
24 Dec 2021
In 2020, when local Girl Guide, Grace George, learned of a koala that walked 40 kilometres from Kurrajong to Glenbrook to find suitable habitat, she was inspired to act.
Photo: A group of young people on a permaculture course.
24 Dec 2021
Young residents of the Blue Mountains aged between 16 – 24 years are being offered the opportunity to participate in a free, three-day Permaculture and Social Enterprise Design Course which will start on 5 January, 2022.
Young people building a permaculture garden and planting trees for a micro-forest at headspace Katoomba in January 2021.
24 Dec 2021

From 1 January 2022, Blue Mountains City Council’s Planetary Health Initiative will be launching a new campaign to help grow local action for planetary health. 

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