The Summer Reading Challenge is back at your local library

25 November, 2022

Summer wouldn’t be the same without Blue Mountains Library’s Summer Reading Challenge. The challenge is returning...

A water-filled pothole on an asphalt road
04 Nov 2022
The Mayors of Blue Mountains City, Hawkesbury City and Wollondilly Shire Councils are calling on the State Government to urgently rethink its decision to exclude the three LGAs from the $50 million Fixing Local Roads Pothole Repair Program.
closure sign at South Lawson Park
04 Nov 2022
As a long-held part of the South Lawson Park upgrade design plans, a small number of trees were removed this week on the north side of the site.
The new shared path at Wentworth Falls
04 Nov 2022

Two new shared pathways in the Blue Mountains are complete, improving safety, accessibility and connections for the community.

Escarpment graphic
04 Nov 2022

New dedicated walking tracks and pedestrian and cycling links connecting towns in the Blue Mountains are among the latest projects funded through the Local Council projects announced as part of the

A parking meter in the foreground, a softly blurred street scape behind.
01 Nov 2022
We are asking the community if they agree visitors should pay to park in the Blue Mountains to help fund services, facilities and infrastructure...
Before and after photos showing new staircase constructed along the Lovers Walk on the Scenic Eastern Escarpment
31 Oct 2022
Progress has been made on upgrades to some of the community’s most valued shared tracks within the Scenic Eastern Escarpment improving safety, accessibility and amenity for residents and visitors. 
Escarpment graphic
30 Oct 2022
Blue Mountains City Council has welcomed victory in the campaign to stop the proposal to fill Bell Quarry with waste material.

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