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Shoalhaven City Council will be hosting the final Home Safety community event at the Nowra Church of Christ, North Nowra on Saturday 1 June from 12pm – 4pm.The event will provide local residents with an opportunity to take advantage of security engraving and receive home safety information from council staff and police at the Crime Prevention Van.There will also be a number of free activities on offer for families and children with a sausage sizzle, spray on tattoos, music and a host of other e...
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Shoalhaven City Council is advising residents that all businesses remain open in Quinns Lane, South Nowra despite the current road works.Council last week began road rehabilitation works in parts of Quinns Lane, with works expected to take up to three weeks, dependent on weather.Mayor, Joanna Gash said that despite the best efforts of Council, local businesses have reported a downturn in business since the works began.Mayor Gash said it was important for local residents to understand that busine...
Read more about Business as usual in Quinns Lane
Shoalhaven City Council Mayor, Joanna Gash has responded to comments made in the media regarding the proposed motorsports facility at Yerriyong.Mayor, Gash said she was concerned at some of the misplaced information that had been circulated since last week’s project announcement saying Council had nothing to hide in its dealings with Motorcycling NSW.Under the Heads of Agreement with Motorcycling NSW, Council will need to purchase land for the development, with the land to be leased back to the ...
Read more about Mayor responds to motorsports proposal media comments
Shoalhaven City Council will run a Special Development Committee meeting over a number of days to consider submissions received as part of the re-exhibition of the draft Shoalhaven Local Environment Plan (SLEP) 2013.The draft SLEP was re-exhibited in April/May to specifically allow comment on the changes made to the draft document as a result of the original 13 week exhibition process undertaken in 2011.Held over a five week period, Council hosted a series of drop in information sessions at six ...
Read more about Council to host SLEP Special Development Committee meeting
Shoalhaven City Council and Skateboarding Australia have announced the dates and locations for follow up learn to skate clinics, workshops and events throughout the area.Skateboarding Australia received Federal Government funding to create a local skateboarding hub within the Shoalhaven and has partnered with Council to promote and develop the sport locally.The hub has played host to a series of regular free learn to skateboard programs, hosted by professional coaches, as well as further worksho...
Read more about Council and Skateboarding Australia team up for more workshops
The NSW Independent Local Government Review Panel is hosting a regional community hearing at the Batemans Bay Soldiers Club from 6pm on Monday 3 June.The hearing will be one of 37 separate forums across the state following the recent release of the Review Panel’s discussion paper Future Directions for NSW Local Government: Twenty Essential Steps.Reporting on the progress achieved within the review process while also providing further basis for consultation, the document is the third and final in...
Read more about Future Directions for Local Government - community discussions
Specialist hygienist contractors, engaged by Shoalhaven City Council and the National Parks and Wildlife Service, have removed over three and a half tones of asbestos contaminated material from within the Heritage Estates, Worrowing Heights.The contaminated material had been dumped across private lots, land recently acquired for addition to Jervis Bay National Park as well as along a track within the undeveloped Birriga Avenue Road reserve in an area spanning one and a half hectares.While Counci...
Read more about Asbestos contaminated material removed from Heritage Estates
Shoalhaven City Council will be hosting a Home Safety community event at the Ex-Serviceman’s Sports Club, Worrigee on Sunday 26 May from 11am – 2pm.The event will provide local residents with an opportunity to take advantage of security engraving and receive home safety information from council staff and police at the Crime Prevention Van.There will also be a number of free activities on offer for families and children with a sausage sizzle, spray on tattoos, music and a host of other entertain...
Read more about Worrigee to host latest Home Safety community event
Shoalhaven City Council adopted the area’s new Community Strategic Plan - Shoalhaven 2023 at this week’s Ordinary Meeting.The Community Strategic Plan (CSP) has been developed to drive and inform Council’s Delivery Program and annual Operational Plan while reflecting community aspirations and foreseeable challenges facing the Shoalhaven over the next 10 years.The adoption of the CSP represents the culmination of a six month project that saw Council receive over 1,000 separate submissions across ...
Read more about Council adopts the Community Strategic Plan - Shoalhaven 2023
Development of a proposed motorsports facility in Yerriyong is one step closer to fruition after Motorcycling NSW resolved to prepare a project proposal and Development application for the facility at its AGM held last week. When it proceeds, the facility will provide the area with a state of the art motorsport hub with the ability to host racing at a national standard, providing a range of flow on benefits to the entire Shoalhaven.Council has been working with Motorcycling NSW in identifying a ...
Read more about Motorcycling NSW to progress Yerriyong motorsports facility
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