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,...

Corridor of Oaks, Faulconbridge
14 Nov 2021
The Corridor of Oaks and Jackson Park in Faulconbridge will receive a significant upgrade, thanks to a $2 million funding boost from the NSW Government’s NSW Public Spaces Legacy Program.
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12 Nov 2021
A person, who has now been diagnosed with COVID-19, attended Springwood Aquatic and Fitness Centre on Tuesday, 9 November. 
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04 Nov 2021
Council will deliver safety improvements to pedestrian facilities around a number of Blue Mountains schools, after securing $1.5 million funding from Transport for NSW’s Road Safety Program.
Rae Druitt and her Golden Trowel
04 Nov 2021
The Bushcare community has continued to thrive, despite a second disrupted year due to COVID-19 lockdowns, and have celebrated another wonderful year at the annual Bushcare Awards, held on Saturday 30 October.
The Gully
04 Nov 2021
Council has adopted The Gully Plan of Management (PoM) following public exhibition of the draft plan, and the public hearing for the proposed recategorisation of land.
Mayor Mark Greenhill delivers his opening address to the 7th annual Australian Bushfire Building Conference.
04 Nov 2021
More than 250 delegates attended the 7th annual Australian Bushfire Building Conference in the Blue Mountains from 1-3 November.
Kids smiling
01 Nov 2021
While kids can’t vote in the upcoming local government elections, that doesn’t mean they don’t have an opinion – and Blue Mountains City Council would like to hear it.

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