Supporting the Blue Mountains’ economy to recover

26 June, 2020

A destination marketing campaign to kick-start the local economy after bush fires and COVID-19 has been launched...

Council staff collecting items from a kerbside bulky waste collection
02 Jun 2020
From 1 August, Council is moving to a more convenient, one-service model for the booked waste service.
Council staff
01 Jun 2020
Blue Mountains City Council is pleased to share the results of the latest Community Satisfaction Survey.
Mayor Mark Greenhill
01 Jun 2020
Blue Mountains City Council is advocating for investment in Job Creator Programs, as a way for the local economy to recover after COVID-19.
The draft update of the Delivery Program 2017-2021 and Operational Plan 2020-2021 can be viewed at
29 May 2020
To continue building a sustainable and successful future for the Blue Mountains, Council will spend more than $141 million during 2020-2021 on a wide range of services and facilities. 
Katoomba Main Street
29 May 2020

Working in close partnership with key tourism and local business stakeholders, Blue Mountains City Council will play a stronger role in leading and facilitating economic and tourism development wit

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28 May 2020
Some Council facilities are set to partially reopen from Tuesday, 2 June.
Rotarian Ava Emdin delivers the face masks to Blue Mountains City Council’s Customer Services Officer Kerry Smith
28 May 2020

Central Blue Mountains Rotary have provided free face masks to Blue Mountains City Council, to deliver to community services who are assisting vulnerable members of our community. 

Contact details for the Corporate Communications & Marketing Program Leader:


Phone: 4780 5000