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Council Announces Services Reopening in Phase 1 of COVID-19 Recovery
15 May 2020
Council Announces Services Reopening in Phase 1 of COVID-19 Recovery
Blue Mountains City Council is pleased to announce the reopening of some essential community services, in line with the NSW Government’s phase 1 lifting of COVID-19 restrictions. 
New GP-led COVID-19 Respiratory Clinic Now Open in Hazelbrook
15 May 2020
New GP-led COVID-19 Respiratory Clinic Now Open in Hazelbrook
A new GP-led COVID-19 Respiratory Clinic is now open in the Blue Mountains. 
Bushfire Cleanup Progress Update
15 May 2020
Bushfire Cleanup Progress Update
The NSW Government and the Commonwealth are covering the full cost of cleaning up eligible NSW properties that have been destroyed by bushfires since 1 July 2019. Both insured and uninsured properties used for residential, small business or primary production purposes are eligible for the clean-up program. 
COVID-19 Update - Customer Service and Playgrounds
14 May 2020
COVID-19 Update - Customer Service and Playgrounds
Lithgow City Council’s priority is the health of our staff, and the health of our community, and we are focused on continuing to safely deliver essential services to the community. 
Keep Your Customers Updated During COVID-19
13 May 2020
Keep Your Customers Updated During COVID-19
Have you changed the way you do business during the pandemic shutdown? 
Emergency Food Boxes delivered throughout City
13 May 2020
Emergency Food Boxes delivered throughout City
More than 100 Emergency Food Boxes have now been delivered throughout the Blue Mountains. 
Blue Mountains City of the Arts Trust Launches new Grant Program to Support Local Artists
12 May 2020
Blue Mountains City of the Arts Trust Launches new Grant Program to Support Local Artists
Blue Mountains City Council has stepped in to assist local artists whose work has been adversely affected during the coronavirus pandemic and restrictions. 
Moving Beyond Bushfire Trauma
11 May 2020
Moving Beyond Bushfire Trauma
The impact of drought and bushfires swiftly followed by the Coronavirus (COVID-19) is challenging the way we live our lives and interact with family, friends and colleagues. This is the first time in human history that we have collectively come to a stop. From this time of crisis, challenge and reflection can come new ways of thinking and living. 
headspace Katoomba has a location
10 May 2020
headspace Katoomba has a location
After strong and persistent community advocacy the Katoomba region is closer than ever to having its very own headspace satellite centre. 
Lithgow Young Writer’s Change of Date
9 May 2020
Lithgow Young Writer’s Change of Date
If you haven’t had a chance to register yet for our Young Writer’s virtual workshop there’s still time. Register now! The first session is on May 18th. 
Lithgow Primary School Students set to Showcase Local Area through Art Competition
8 May 2020
Lithgow Primary School Students set to Showcase Local Area through Art Competition
Lithgow Council is offering primary school students the opportunity to participate in the ‘We are Waste Wise’ art competition in Term 2, where they are invited to pay tribute to their local area by creating an original drawing based around what they think is special about their village or local environment, under Council’s brand, ‘Our Place…Our Future’. The competition opens on the first day of Term 2 (28 April 2020) and closes on 3 July 2020. 
Council Continues to Support Blue Mountains Businesses and the Local Economy after Bush Fires and COVID-19 Pandemic
7 May 2020
Council Continues to Support Blue Mountains Businesses and the Local Economy after Bush Fires and COVID-19 Pandemic
It has been estimated that almost 2,600 jobs were lost in the Blue Mountains following recent bush fires, resulting in a gross turnover loss of nearly $560 million. 
Mother's Day Virtual Market Showcases Blue Mountains Makers
7 May 2020
Mother's Day Virtual Market Showcases Blue Mountains Makers
The Blue Mountains Cultural Centre is moving its popular Wollemi Artisan Markets online this Mother’s Day. 
Blue Mountains Mayor Advocates for Subsidy for Rates Relief
6 May 2020
Blue Mountains Mayor Advocates for Subsidy for Rates Relief
Blue Mountains Mayor Mark Greenhill is advocating for a subsidy for residents whose rates may go up, due to an increase in land values determined by the Valuer General NSW. 
Council Leading on Carbon Abatement
6 May 2020
Council Leading on Carbon Abatement
Blue Mountains City Council has seen a 15% reduction in emissions since 2015/2016, based on emissions performance in the 2018/2019 financial year. 
Helicopter operation: Blue Mountains National Park
5 May 2020
Helicopter operation: Blue Mountains National Park
Rocket Point and Undercliff Track, Wentworth Falls, Wednesday 6th May.

Perry’s Lookdown and Cliff Top Track areas of Blackheath, Thursday 7th May. 
Blue Mountains Community Encouraged to Apply for Road Safety Innovation Funding
5 May 2020
Blue Mountains Community Encouraged to Apply for Road Safety Innovation Funding
The opportunity to drive the future of road safety innovation and technology is here, with applications for Round 1 of the Australian Government’s $12 million Road Safety Innovation Fund now open. 
Council Makes Bushfire Inquiry Submission
4 May 2020
Council Makes Bushfire Inquiry Submission
Blue Mountains City Council endorsed its submission to the NSW Independent Bushfire Inquiry at the Council meeting held on Tuesday, 28 April. 
Emergency Services Levy Funding Boosts Local Councils and Communities
3 May 2020
Emergency Services Levy Funding Boosts Local Councils and Communities
Blue Mountains City Council will be able to direct an extra $667,464 into frontline COVID-19 response efforts and core community services thanks to the NSW Liberal Government fully funding the local government increase in the emergency services levy (ESL) for 2020-21. 
Waste Rebate Approved for Pensioners
3 May 2020
Waste Rebate Approved for Pensioners
In a win for local pensioners, Blue Mountains City Council endorsed a Domestic Waste Rebate at the Council Meeting on Tuesday 28 April. 
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