Blue Mountains City Council Wins National Climate Award

30 August, 2019

Blue Mountains City Council’s Carbon Revolving Reserve project has won the national Cities Power Partnership’s...

Stronger Families Alliance logo
13 Sep 2019
More than 60 stakeholders, committed to making the Blue Mountains a child and youth friendly City, met recently for the Stronger Families Alliance (SFA) annual workshop.
Mayor Mark Greenhill with Caitlin Schultz and Beth Coggins, at Leura Garage Café and Restaurant, which is featured in the experience trails.
13 Sep 2019
A new tourism project has developed three specially designed experience trails to encourage more visitors to stay overnight in our region, to boost the local economy.​​​​​​​
BMCC logo
09 Sep 2019

On 25 March 2018, the Council issued a media release that reported on the Council’s adoption of the recommendations made in a report from McCullough Robertson, lawyers, whom the law firm McPhee Kel

Blue Mountains City Council logo
09 Sep 2019
Two Council-sponsored nominations have received funding under the State Government’s inaugural My Community Projects grants program.
Payroll Folders
09 Sep 2019

Blue Mountains City Council is partnering with the ATO to offer local small businesses free training sessions in Single Touch Payroll. 

Kids riding their bikes
08 Sep 2019
Cycling is a joy for children and it can help them stay fit. It’s also good for the environment! That’s why starting them early is a great idea and we’re here to help – with free bike skills workshops.
dirtgirl and her chickens
07 Sep 2019
Australia’s leading online eco-education program, Get Grubby, will help local kids learn about sustainability, thanks to a Blue Mountains City Council initiative.

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