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,...

Two women kneeling on the ground, planting a new tree
29 Jul 2022
This Sunday, 31 July is National Tree Day. With around 300,000 people around the country involved, it is Australia’s largest community tree planting and nature care event.
The Critically Endangered Regent Honeyeater bird, sitting on a tree branch
29 Jul 2022
Blue Mountains City Council is devastated, but not surprised, by the facts revealed in the recently released Australia State of the Environment (SoE) 2021. 
Pre seal applied to accessible path
18 Jul 2022
One of the key upgrades planned for South Lawson Park is about to get underway with the first stage of the new accessible path almost ready to be laid.
Attendees at Community Forum opposing the raising of Warragamba Dam wall, standing outside with arms raised
11 Jul 2022
Blue Mountains Mayor, Councillor Mark Greenhill has supported his Wollondilly counterpart, Mayor Matt Gould, in calling for sensible discussion around flood mitigation, following the most recent natural disaster.
Vision impaired woman using braille device in home office
11 Jul 2022
The draft Disability Inclusion Action Plan (DIAP) 2022-2026 is now on public exhibition and available for the community to provide feedback on.
Women standing in water
06 Jul 2022
The Blue Mountains Cultural Centre have been successful in receiving over $84,000 in Create NSW funding to expand their range of programs relating to an upcoming water health exhibition, WATER presence & absence. 
Landslip, fallen trees and water over road, with yellow sign saying 'traffic hazard ahead'
05 Jul 2022
The Blue Mountains is again experiencing massive impacts from a severe wet weather event causing extensive landslips, tree falls, road closures, flooding, drainage problems and leaking buildings. 

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