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Australia Day Awards Recognise Outstanding Blue Mountains Citizens
28 Jan 2021
Australia Day Awards Recognise Outstanding Blue Mountains Citizens
Outstanding citizens were celebrated at Blue Mountains City Council’s annual Australia Day Awards on 26 January, 2021. 
Lighting Upgrade for Dukes Oval
28 Jan 2021
Lighting Upgrade for Dukes Oval
Stuart Ayres MP, Member for Penrith announced that a lighting upgrade will be made at Dukes Oval, Emu Plains thanks to a NSW grant $160,000 to Penrith City Council through the Crown Reserves Improvement Fund. 
Temporary Closure: Section of Prince Henry Cliff Walk, Leura
27 Jan 2021
Temporary Closure: Section of Prince Henry Cliff Walk, Leura
National Parks & Wildlife Service
Blue Mountains National Park – Katoomba/Leura Area
Tuesday to Friday
From Wednesday 27 January to Friday 5 March 2021 
Council Works with Community Representatives to Shape the Future of Katoomba
27 Jan 2021
Council Works with Community Representatives to Shape the Future of Katoomba
Blue Mountains City Council is working with representatives of the community to shape the vision for the Katoomba Masterplan. 
Traffic changes at Hazelbrook Village shops
26 Jan 2021
Traffic changes at Hazelbrook Village shops
The car park at Hazelbrook Village is currently being upgraded to improve traffic flow and increase safety. 
Council’s Concerns Increase about Development of Wildlife Park at Wentworth Falls
26 Jan 2021
Council’s Concerns Increase about Development of Wildlife Park at Wentworth Falls
Blue Mountains City Council has been notified that a new and larger proposal for a wildlife park at Wentworth Falls will be treated as a State Significant Development, meaning it will not need to comply with local planning frameworks. 
Australia approves Pfizer vaccine
25 Jan 2021
Australia approves Pfizer vaccine
The Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) has provisionally approved the Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine for use in Australia. 
Be a mate to our furry friends in the heat
25 Jan 2021
Be a mate to our furry friends in the heat
RSPCA NSW is urging all pet owners to keep their pets cool, hydrated, and safe this summer. 
Dinosaur Valley Extended for Four Weeks due to Popular Demand
21 Jan 2021
Dinosaur Valley Extended for Four Weeks due to Popular Demand
Dinosaur Valley has been extended until February 28 due to popular demand, giving visitors four more weeks to plan a dino-sized summer staycation in the World Heritage-listed Blue Mountains. 
Greens Ward One Candidate Pushes for Greening of Lurline Street
19 Jan 2021
Greens Ward One Candidate Pushes for Greening of Lurline Street
Greens Ward One candidate Sarah Redshaw has prioritised the push to transform Lurline St in Katoomba as a key plank in her campaign for the September local government election. 
Temporary Closure - Fairfax Track, Blackheath - Wednesday 20 to Friday 22 January 2021
18 Jan 2021
Temporary Closure - Fairfax Track, Blackheath - Wednesday 20 to Friday 22 January 2021
National Parks & Wildlife Service
Blue Mountains National Park – Blackheath Area
Wednesday 20 to Friday 22 January 2021 - weather permitting 
Thanking Our Community this Australia Day
17 Jan 2021
Thanking Our Community this Australia Day
The seven Blue Mountains Rotary Clubs, supported by Blue Mountains City Council, are providing free sausage sizzles across the Blue Mountains this Australia Day. 
Win, Win for Council's Carbon Reduction Projects
17 Jan 2021
Win, Win for Council's Carbon Reduction Projects
Reducing Council's carbon emissions to zero by 2025 makes great environmental and financial sense and two of Council's latest carbon reduction projects are helping to achieve that goal. 
Hazardous Waste Targeted in New Campaign
16 Jan 2021
Hazardous Waste Targeted in New Campaign
A new education campaign has been released by Blue Mountains City Council this month, to raise awareness about the dangers hazardous waste poses to our community and World Heritage Area. 
How Fireproof is Your Animal Emergency Plan?
13 Jan 2021
How Fireproof is Your Animal Emergency Plan?
Local Land Services (LLS) is reminding livestock owners to still be prepared for the threat of bushfires this summer. 
BMCC supporting the community during COVID-19: Emergency Face Masks
7 Jan 2021
BMCC supporting the community during COVID-19: Emergency Face Masks
Blue Mountains City Council is providing reusable face masks to those in vulnerable and at risk groups in the community. 
Face Masks to be Worn Inside Council Facilities, due to COVID-19
4 Jan 2021
Face Masks to be Worn Inside Council Facilities, due to COVID-19
If you live in the Greater Sydney Area which includes the Blue Mountains, it is now mandatory to wear a face mask indoors at facilities where goods and services are provided directly to members of the public. 
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