Council officer wins NSW Environmental Educator of the Year awards

11 October, 2019

A Blue Mountains City Council officer has won both the NSW Environmental Educator of the Year award, as well as the...

Solar panels on VIC at Echo Point
25 Sep 2019
Blue Mountains City Council has adopted a target of becoming carbon neutral by the end of 2025, as measured through the National Carbon Offset Standard (NCOS) certification process.
Mayor Mark Greenhill with BMCC Youth Services Development Officers Ryn Vlachou and Kristy Lenon and Youth Council representatives Ian Tjoelker, Lotte Weber, Gabe Frechtling, Lucy Bell and Jules Blair.
25 Sep 2019

Blue Mountains City Council is supporting the roll out of the internationally-recognised Planet Youth program that advocates for community-led wellness of our young people, across a broad r

Mayor Mark Greenhill presents Bushcare volunteer Lachlan Garland with the “Golden Trowel – Legend of the Year” award. Also pictured is Council’s Community Conservation Officer Linda Thomas
20 Sep 2019
Bushcare is a great way to meet people, make new friends, and have fun while improving your local environment in a practical way. 
BMCC logo
17 Sep 2019
The Blue Mountains’ community will support a Global Climate Strike on 20 September, to raise awareness of the threats of climate change.
16 Sep 2019
The EPA has discontinued its investigation into the management and disposal of asbestos waste by Blue Mountains City Council at a range of locations.
Stronger Families Alliance logo
13 Sep 2019
More than 60 stakeholders, committed to making the Blue Mountains a child and youth friendly City, met recently for the Stronger Families Alliance (SFA) annual workshop.
Glenbrook Swim Centre
13 Sep 2019
Blue Mountains Leisure Centres are gearing up for their spring/summer seasons.

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