Sustainability initiatives endorsed by Council

28 March, 2019

Council is pursuing three sustainability initiatives in order to achieve a more sustainable Blue Mountains, in line...

Photo: Council has successfully received $18.7 million under the Western Sydney City Deal Liveability Program. Deputy Mayor, Cr Chris Van der Kley showcases the BMCC projects to Federal Minister for Cities, Urban Infrastructure and Population, Alan Tudge, and NSW Minister for Western Sydney, Stuart Ayers at the funding announcement at Regatta Park in Penrith today.
23 Jan 2019
Community infrastructure and public spaces across the Blue Mountains will receive a boost, with the announcement of successful projects under Round 1 of the Western Parkland City Liveability Program, part of the Western Sydney City Deal.
Mayor Mark Greenhill and Western Sydney RID squad co-ordinator Leon Marskell.
21 Jan 2019
The professional investigators from the Western Sydney based Regional Illegal Dumping Squad (RID) have expanded their operations into the Blue Mountains this month.
Councillor and Chair Don McGregor with Advisory Committee members and grant partners Alex Gooding;  Jenny Day, Veechi Stuart, Camille Walsh, Grace Kim, Faye Wilson Jo Clancy, Tracy Miles, Margaret Davis, Saskia Everingham, Peter Shoemark and Julie Ankers. 
21 Jan 2019
Blue Mountains City of the Arts Trust grant partners for 2018/19 came together recently to share the story of their creative and performing arts projects. 
Members of the Blue Mountains Youth Council, photographed in 2018.
18 Jan 2019
We’re looking for new members for the Blue Mountains Youth Council. If you are aged between 12 and 19 years and have a passion for our community and the environment, then apply today to join!
A mother and child with a yellow recycling bin
18 Jan 2019
We’re calling on the Blue Mountains community to take part in a landmark recycling survey.
Mayor, Cr Mark Greenhill and Sydney Water rep, Amy Bromhead, try one of the water refill stations in Maple Grove Park, Katoomba. The partnership is making tap water more accessible in popular public places.
17 Dec 2018
Eight permanent drinking water stations have been installed at recreational spaces across Blue Mountains City Council Local Government Area.
Deputy Mayor Cr Chris Van Der Kley, Aged & Disability Services Development Officer Prue Hardgrove, Member for Blue Mountains Trish Doyle and Cr Shae Foenander opening the facility.
17 Dec 2018
Blue Mountains City Council officially opened its adult change facility at Blue Mountains Theatre and Community Hub this month.

Contact details for the Corporate Communications & Marketing Program Leader:

Email: MediaUnit@bmcc.nsw.gov.au

Phone: 4780 5000