We encourage best practice approaches to waste management and resource recovery.
We supply more than 24,000 customers with clean, safe drinking water.
We're committed to delivering the best possible (sewage) services to our community.
Find out how we manage flood risks and reduce the impacts of flooding.
AlburyCity is committed to high air quality standards, energy management and environmental monitoring and reporting.
We invite everyone in our community to get involved in activities, events and projects to do with sustainability, biodiversity, vegetation management, companion animals and other environment-related areas.
Albury has a number of distinctive natural assets, from the endangered ecological Community Box Gum Grassy Woodland on Nail Can Hill, to the forward tree plantings of Thurgoona.
Built into our Community Strategic Plan, Albury 2030, are economic, environmental and community sustainability measures to maintain and improve quality of life in our city.
We’re dedicated to protecting the natural environment. This means protecting, preserving and raising awareness of our natural assets.
To keep Albury a great place to live, work and play, we provide a range of services to continually improve the standard of public health and the level of personal safety in our community.
We have a range of measures to protect against the types of industrial and domestic pollution that can affect neighbourhoods.