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,...

Mayor Mark Greenhill
20 May 2022
Council is again embarking on an escalated road works program across the City, following the third flooding event in three years.
Blue Mountains City Council CEO, Dr Rosemary Dillon, opening the inaugural Asbestos Safety & Management Conference
20 May 2022
Almost 370 delegates attended the inaugural Asbestos Safety & Management Conference in the Blue Mountains on 19-20 May.
People gathered for IDAHOBIT Pic credit: Lona Logan
17 May 2022
Council raised the flag for the International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia, Interphobia and Transphobia (IDAHOBIT) at a celebration at Civic Place, Katoomba, on 17 May.
Mayor Mark Greenhill with SARAH President, Peter Frazer
09 May 2022

Blue Mountains City Council urges residents to take the pledge to drive so others survive, this National Road Safety Week.

The pledge includes:

Wilson Park
09 May 2022

Restoration work continues at Wilson Park, Lawson 

09 May 2022

Blue Mountains residents can now access Climate Action Now yard signs, by contacting a Blue Mountains City Councillor.

Volunteers and the community working together
06 May 2022
Neighbourhood Centre Week, 9-15 May, is a nationwide initiative to celebrate the role of neighbourhood centres in local communities across the nation.

Contact details for the Corporate Communications & Marketing Program Leader:


Phone: 4780 5000