Council makes strategic investment in Katoomba – to create future benefits and opportunities for the City

06 October, 2020

Blue Mountains City Council has purchased the former Katoomba Golf Clubhouse site – with a view to establishing a...

Koala sign
20 Nov 2020
Residents and visitors travelling through the Blue Mountains will be reminded to watch out for wildlife thanks to new signage.
Festive cards designed by Meeri Anneli
20 Nov 2020
With Christmas just around the corner, and 2020 – a year like no other – soon to enter its final month, Blue Mountains City Council is delighted to launch its Love Local this Festive Season campaign.
An artist's impression of the new Town Centre at Blaxland
20 Nov 2020

Blue Mountains City Council is seeking community feedback on new planning options for Blaxland, to encourage revitalisation in the Town Centre and improve public spaces.

Dharug man Chris Tobin, Gundungurra Elder Aunty Sharyn Halls, Mayor Mark Greenhill and Senator Marise Payne official open the new Gathering Place at Echo Point.
14 Nov 2020
Blue Mountains City Council Mayor Mark Greenhill OAM, Senator the Hon. Marise Payne and Gundungurra and Dharug Traditional Owners, represented by Aunty Sharyn Halls and Chris Tobin, opened the new Gathering Place and walking track.
Peter Frazer with Mayor Mark Greenhill.
13 Nov 2020
Council is proud to continue its support of National Road Safety Week, which runs from 15 – 22 November.
Whitton Park
09 Nov 2020
A long-held vision for improved access and amenities at Whitton Park, Glenbrook, has been realised thanks to a partnership between Blue Mountains City Council, The Rotary Club of Lower Blue Mountains and the NSW Government.
Cafe worker pouring coffee
06 Nov 2020
Council is developing an Economic Development and Tourism Strategy to ensure an economically sustainable City and lead the region into a future of sustainable prosperity, given recent challenges.

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