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,...

Mayor Mark Greenhill with SARAH President, Peter Frazer
09 May 2022

Blue Mountains City Council urges residents to take the pledge to drive so others survive, this National Road Safety Week.

The pledge includes:

Wilson Park
09 May 2022

Restoration work continues at Wilson Park, Lawson 

09 May 2022

Blue Mountains residents can now access Climate Action Now yard signs, by contacting a Blue Mountains City Councillor.

Volunteers and the community working together
06 May 2022
Neighbourhood Centre Week, 9-15 May, is a nationwide initiative to celebrate the role of neighbourhood centres in local communities across the nation.
Mayor Greenhill (centre) with Council’s Tourism Development Program Leader Lara Bohdanowicz (left) and Economic Development program leader David Somerville (right) saying, ‘thank you’.
02 May 2022
Throughout the last two years of extraordinary and trying times, our community has been lifted by the many who choose to help.
Woman and two girls looking out over the Blue Mountains National Park
29 Apr 2022
Council is in the process of updating our key planning documents, and we need your help!
2022 Seniors Week Recognition Award Recipients, with Councillor Mick Fell, Member for Blue Mountains Trish Doyle, and BMCC Aged & Disability Service Development Officer
22 Apr 2022
On Tuesday 12 April, hosted the Seniors Week Recognition Awards, where 23 individuals and 2 organisations were acknowledged and honoured for their outstanding work assisting local seniors in the Blue Mountains.

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