Public notices advertised in local media, relating to Council events, roadworks, projects and community consultation.
We wish to advise that the Council Meeting scheduled for Monday 10 August has been cancelled.
The next Council Meeting has been scheduled for Monday 24 August.
NSW Local Government elections are held every four years on the second Saturday in September. The next election was scheduled for 12 September 2020. The Minister for Local Government has announced that the September 2020 local government elections will be postponed to address the risks posed by the COVID-19 virus. More information can be found here.
Local government elections are a vital part of the democratic process, ensuring local councils are accountable to their local communities.
Therefore, the decision to postpone them has not been taken lightly but is necessary to ensure the health and safety of voters, NSW Electoral Commission staff and election candidates.
For more information on Council elections (including how to stand for election as a Councillor) please visit:
On Monday 11 May 2020, Council endorsed a Planning Proposal to adjust the Minimum Lot Size for some areas of Ettamogah Rise Estate that included a consequential amendment to the Ettamogah Development Plan, Appendix E of the Albury Development Control Plan 2010 (DCP).
The Ettamogah Development Plan guides the orderly and sustainable development of land in Ettamogah Rise Estate. The amendment allows for additional open space and changed minimum lot size, building setback and fencing provisions and is consistent with past development approvals and outcomes sought by the endorsed Planning Proposal (as revised).
This amendment to our DCP will commence from the gazettal date of the Amendment No. 25 to Albury Local Environmental Plan 2010, as sought by the endorsed Planning Proposal, and is available here.
For further information, get in touch with Integrated City Planning on 02 6023 8285.
Works have commenced on the Swift Street Pedestrian Crossing.
This project will include:
The construction of the islands has commenced and will continue this week (week commencing 15 June).
Calling all community groups and artists and organisations – our Community and Cultural Grants are now open. If you have an idea for a great project or program in the community, then make sure you check out our Community and Cultural Grants that are available.
Applications close 12.00pm, Wednesday 12 August 2020.
We wish to advise civil contract works will commence at the Glenmorus Memorial Gardens on the 27th July 2020. During this time when visiting loved ones some disruption may be experienced.
We have established a financial assistance program for our residential ratepayers who are having difficulty paying their rates as a direct result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Applications open on Saturday 1 August 2020.
For eligibility criteria and applications details, please visit our Hardship Rates Relief Program.