Blue Mountains News
Lithgow Bushfire Recovery Service Drop-In Centre to recommence in July
Residents of the Lithgow local government area who have been impacted by the recent bushfires, are encouraged to drop-in to the Lithgow Bushfire Recovery Service at the Library. You will be able to obtain the latest information, enquire about assistance and ask questions about bushfire recovery.
This “one-stop-shop” service will be held at the Lithgow Library, 157 Main Street, Lithgow every Thursday commencing on 2 July between 3 – 5pm.
Representatives from State Government agencies (including Service NSW), health care and charitable organisations will be there to listen and advise on available options to assist with bushfire recovery. Council’s customer service and development planning staff will also be available to assist with enquiries. The service is provided for one-on-one enquiries about bushfire recovery.
If you need bushfire recovery assistance and cannot attend the “Drop-in Centre”, please call Service NSW customer care on 13 77 88.
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