Transport for NSW has advised that it will retain ownership of Brig O’Johnston Bridge, Clarence Town and will continue to be responsible for the upgrade of the Bridge as a State Heritage asset.
As part of Dungog Shire Council’s timber bridge replacement programme, construction of a new Bridge at Lostock replacing the existing Spooner Bridge has commenced.
Due to heavy rainfall there has been a rock slide on Bingleburra Road. This has been cleared and the road is now open but please drive with caution as heavy rain may cause further problems.
All roads are now open, signage will remain in place for water over roads but we encourage drivers to drive with caution.
An Extra Ordinary Meeting of Council will be held in the Council Chambers in Brown Street, Dungog on Monday 10 February 2020 at 6.00pm.
Tender 04/2019 being for Tillegra Bridge, Salisbury Road, Munni and Summer Hill Bridge, Summer Hill Road, Summer Hill closed at 2.00pm on 31 January 2020.
Tender were received from the following:
The Dungog Shire Australia Day Ceremony will be held on Sunday 26 January 2020 at the James Theatre Community Centre, Brown Street, Dungog.
The FREE Breakfast will commence at 8.00am and will be served by the Dungog Lions and Lioness Clubs
The NSW Mobile Service Centre is visiting to Clarence Town on the following dates outside the Clarence Town School of Arts Hall:
Please find attached summary of key assistance measures available across NSW for impacted communities. It does not have region specific information, it is designed as a quick reference guide.
Dungog Shire Council is providing a Bulky Waste & Scrap Metal Clean-Up for all residential properties currently receiving a weekly waste collection.
Minister for Water, Property and Housing, Melinda Pavey has announced that Level 2 water restrictions will commence across the Lower Hunter in early 2020, as the region’s dam’s fall to their lowest levels in almost 40 years.