Dungog Shire Council is providing a Kerbside Green Waste Clean-up for Residential premises within the 50km SIGN POSTED town areas of the following villages: Dungog, Clarence Town, Gresford, East Gresford, Paterson, Vacy and Martins Creek.
Funding for Emergency Management
Youth Mental Health First Aid Course for Parents, Coaches, Carers and any adult with a young person in their lifeWednesday 12 September 2018
- Is your teenager unusually sad or irritable?
- Lost interest in the things they used to love?
- Are they having trouble studying, working or maintaining positive relationships?
- Has your teenager recently had major changes in thoughts, feelings and behaviours which are disrupting their daily life?
With 99 per cent of the State now in drought the NSW Government has today announced further support with a $500 million Emergency Drought Relief Package, taking the NSW Liberals & Nationals total drought support to more than $1 billion.
Public Exhibition of Amendments to Flood Planning Controls in Dungog Local Environment Plan 2014 and Development Control Plan - Managing our Flood PlainsThursday 14 June 2018
Council at its meeting of 18 April 2018 resolved to place proposed amendments to flood planning controls in the Dungog area on public exhibition. Interested parties are invited to review the proposed amendments and have their say on them.
Dungog Shire Council have provided new Children Crossing Flags for all Shire schools to assist with supporting Pedestrian Safety around the school precincts.
Through the Active Kids program, the NSW Government will provide a $100 voucher to parents/guardians/carers of school-enrolled children to use for registration and participation costs of sport and fitness activities.
The report on the Public Hearing on the Reclassification of Council Land at Clarence Town is available for viewing below.
Presentation from the Dungog Regional Tourism Inc Public Meeting held on Monday, 7 August 2017 at Dungog RSL Club.
Council at its Ordinary Meeting on 20 June 2017 resolved to adopt the Paterson river Flood study.
The study was completed in partnership with Maitland and Port Stephens Councils and covers a Study area reaching from the confluence of the Allyn and Paterson Rivers at Vacy to Hinton.