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 working together in an office
20 Jun 2022
Council is excited to launch a new mentorship program for local businesses.
an electric vehicle
17 Jun 2022
Council has extended its commitment to a sustainable Blue Mountains with a new electric vehicle (EV) charging station planned for Lawson.
Car driving on Old Bathurst Road, near Binya Street, East Blaxland
10 Jun 2022
To improve road safety and minimise the chance of accidents occurring, Council is installing street lights and supporting infrastructure on Old Bathurst Rd, between Binya Street (at the top of the bends) and the water tower (at the bottom).
Photo: Kalani Gacon working with local talent at Katoomba Skate Park on Hermitude's 'When You Feel Like This’ music video.
03 Jun 2022
The 2022 Blue Mountains City of the Arts Trust Grants Program has awarded $48 088 in grants to support the projects of five local artists and arts workers. 
Marty Bright and Luke Kennedy
03 Jun 2022

Planet Youth is both a global and local initiative that aims to help communities create an environment in which young people can live their best lives and avoid substance use.

Image credit: Joshua Hanson
03 Jun 2022

A new arts residency has launched for emerging performing artists residing and developing their practise in the Blue Mountains.

Mayor Mark Greenhill and his Green Bin
01 Jun 2022
From 1 July 2022, Council is trialling several additional waste and recycling services to extend our existing services to residents and to support our community to prepare for the bushfire season. 

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