Blue Mountains wins at regional waste to art community exhibition

09 August, 2019

Blue Mountains was awarded first prize in the Community 3D category, at the Regional Waste To Art Community Exhibition...

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02 Jul 2019
Council has approved six projects for 2019-2020 as part of its goal to significantly reduce its carbon footprint and save money.
Mayor Mark Greenhill at Lennox Bridge, the site of a graffiti attack.
02 Jul 2019
The Blue Mountains Mayor has condemned a graffiti attack on the oldest stone bridge on the Australian mainland, Lennox Bridge at Glenbrook.
Mayor Greenhill addressed the crowd at the ‘Give a Dam’ rally in Katoomba on 9 June. He is pictured with Member for Blue Mountains Trish Doyle and Shadow Minister for Climate Change Adam Searle.
26 Jun 2019
Council has endorsed three new community representatives for its Quality of Life Mayoral Reference Group. 
Mayor Mark Greenhill with Greg from East Blaxland at Old Bathurst Road near the bends where large trucks cause grave concerns for locals.
23 Jun 2019

Blue Mountains Mayor Mark Greenhill will take a Mayoral Minute to the next meeting of Council following continued calls from residents about the dangers posed by large trucks that use Old Bathurst

Blue Mountains escarpment
21 Jun 2019
Council is proud to support community achievement by sponsoring the 2019 NSW / ACT Regional Achievement and Community Awards.
mayor with children and stickered bin
21 Jun 2019

Council is asking Blue Mountains residents to support a local road safety campaign, by placing Slow Down in My Street stickers on their garbage bins.

An adventure youth space including tandem flying fox and parkour play element will be built at Buttenshaw Park, Springwood
17 Jun 2019
All four district parks in the Blue Mountains will receive upgrades valued at more than $5.2 million, thanks to funding received through the Western Parkland City Liveability Program.

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