Blue Mountains to become recognised ECO Destination

25 September, 2020

Supporting more sustainable tourism with a lighter footprint on our World Heritage environment, the City of Blue...

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01 Oct 2020
Council has committed to providing further support for ratepayers financially impacted by COVID-19, by adopting a new Rates and Charges Recovery and Hardship Relief Policy.
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01 Oct 2020
Blue Mountains City Council is thrilled to announce that Blackheath, Wentworth Falls and Lawson library branches will reopen on Tuesday 13 October.
Athlete of the Year winners with Mayor Mark Greenhill
30 Sep 2020
The Western Sydney Academy of Sport (WSAS) and Blue Mountains City Council have recognised two high-achieving young athletes from the Blue Mountains.
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30 Sep 2020
Council has re-elected Ward 4 Councillor Mark Greenhill as Blue Mountains Mayor for the 2020-2021 year. Ward 2 Councillor Chris Van der Kley has been re-elected as Deputy Mayor, and Romola Hollywood, also a Ward 2 Councillor, is Alternate Deputy Mayor.
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25 Sep 2020
Council would like to remind the community that face-to-face customer service hours at its two Customer Contact Centres remain restricted due to COVID-19.
Blue Mountains City Council’s Cultural Services Manager Paul Brinkman with Chief Executive Officer Rosemary Dillon
25 Sep 2020
As we celebrate 20 years as a City within a World Heritage Area, the Blue Mountains Cultural Centre is launching critical mass: the art of planetary health on 3 October to lead a conversation about the emerging science of Planetary Health.
25 Sep 2020
Blue Mountains outdoor swimmers will soon be able to take advantage of the spring/summer season when Lawson Swim Centre opens this Saturday, 26 September and the Katoomba outdoor pools opens on 3 October.

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