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Council launches consultation on next round of upgrades of neighbourhood parks
22 Jun 2024
Council launches consultation on next round of upgrades of neighbourhood parks
Blue Mountains City Council is beginning the next stage of consultation on the Neighbourhood Parks Program, a transformative initiative aimed at upgrading 16 neighbourhood parks across the Blue Mountains over the next four years. 
Blue Mountains Council launches innovative mobility map to enhance accessibility
21 Jun 2024
Blue Mountains Council launches innovative mobility map to enhance accessibility
Blue Mountains Mobility Map, launched this week, is a Council initiative designed to improve the accessibility experience for all residents and visitors, particularly those with specific accessibility needs. 
Lithgow Council’s response to the Federal Opposition Announcement regarding Mount Piper
20 Jun 2024
Lithgow Council’s response to the Federal Opposition Announcement regarding Mount Piper
This Council has a historical position on nuclear energy. This position acknowledges that other levels of government determine these policies, but it also signals that Lithgow City Council is cautious about activities involving nuclear processes. 
Blue Mountains Mayor condemns proposed nuclear power station at Lithgow
20 Jun 2024
Blue Mountains Mayor condemns proposed nuclear power station at Lithgow
On Tuesday night I will take a Mayoral Matter of Urgency to the floor of Blue Mountains Council initiating a “Mayoral Community Campaign Against the Reactor” to prevent the development of a nuclear power plant next door to the Blue Mountains World Heritage area. 
Laundry-busting business makes waves in the Blue Mountains
19 Jun 2024
Laundry-busting business makes waves in the Blue Mountains
Australia’s fastest-growing mobile laundry service, The Laundry Lady, is ready to help busy families and businesses in the Blue Mountains get to the bottom of their laundry piles. 
Response to recent media regarding Chemical Concentrations in Lithgow Drinking Water conducted in 2011
16 Jun 2024
Response to recent media regarding Chemical Concentrations in Lithgow Drinking Water conducted in 2011
Lithgow City Council has responded to recent media regarding the presence of Per and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAs) compounds, in particular perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) and perfluorooctane sulfonate (PFOS), detected in a 2011 study of water supply systems across NSW. 
Lithgow Council says ‘NO’ to Nuclear Power Plant
14 Jun 2024
Lithgow Council says ‘NO’ to Nuclear Power Plant
Lithgow Council has pushed back against speculation that a nuclear power plant could be built in Lithgow. 
Gardens of Stone State Conservation Area major road updates to start
11 Jun 2024
Gardens of Stone State Conservation Area major road updates to start
Major road upgrades are set to begin to improve access to the Gardens of Stone State Conservation Area and support the delivery of the $49.5 million visitor infrastructure program over the coming years. 
World Elder Abuse Awareness Day
9 Jun 2024
World Elder Abuse Awareness Day
Saturday 15 June is World Elder Abuse Awareness Day (WEAAD). 
Blue Mountains City Council supports bold new creative projects
8 Jun 2024
Blue Mountains City Council supports bold new creative projects
Blue Mountains City Council continues its support of local artists and creative projects, announcing $62,520 in funding through its 2024 Blue Mountains City of the Arts Trust Grants Program. 
Latrobe trip can inform Lithgow’s future
6 Jun 2024
Latrobe trip can inform Lithgow’s future
Lithgow City Council councillors and staff joined with the Western Sydney University for a recent two-day study tour of economic transition in the Latrobe Valley in Gippsland, Victoria. 
Try a Trade Day highlights Council Jobs for Students at Lithgow High School
5 Jun 2024
Try a Trade Day highlights Council Jobs for Students at Lithgow High School
The recent Try a Trade Day Expo at Lithgow High School day was a great opportunity for local students from years 9 to 12 to explore the diverse range of trades and job opportunities at Lithgow Council. 
Council releases 2024 report card
4 Jun 2024
Council releases 2024 report card
According to the results of the latest Community Satisfaction Survey, Blue Mountains City Council remains above the benchmark for NSW councils. 
Megalong Valley Itinerary
2 Jun 2024
Megalong Valley Itinerary
Ever wondered what that beautiful rural patch seen through the windows of the Hydro Majestic Hotel is, its rolling green hills often swathed in mist that swirls around the sandstone escarpment? 
Dobell Portrait Prize #23 opens at the Blue Mountains Cultural Centre
2 Jun 2024
Dobell Portrait Prize #23 opens at the Blue Mountains Cultural Centre
Australia’s premier drawing prize is currently on exhibition at the Blue Mountains Cultural Centre. 
Consultation opens for Mount Victoria Park playspace upgrade
1 Jun 2024
Consultation opens for Mount Victoria Park playspace upgrade
Blue Mountains City Council is inviting residents to participate in the community consultation for the upcoming playspace and courts upgrade project at Mount Victoria Memorial Park. 
Cliff Drive reopens to vehicles after the completion of extensive repairs
31 May 2024
Cliff Drive reopens to vehicles after the completion of extensive repairs
Blue Mountains City Council is reopening Cliff Drive to vehicles between Leura and Katoomba on Friday 31 May. 
Calling for concept designs for town entry signs
31 May 2024
Calling for concept designs for town entry signs
Lithgow Council has commenced a community consultation process for the design of new town signage at the entrances to Lithgow, Wallerawang and Portland.

 
Welcome upgrades highlight scenic beauty of Blue Mountains
31 May 2024
Welcome upgrades highlight scenic beauty of Blue Mountains
The new Lapstone Zig Zag Track and Top Points Lookout in the lower Blue Mountains has now officially opened, making significant heritage features more accessible. 
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