Future roadmap for our Shire drives innovation in Waste Management.

May 31, 2023Posted in: Delivering
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Lady and a young boy at the Resource Recovery Centre

Residents of Wingecarribee Shire can anticipate new benefits to their waste services; including expanded recycling opportunities and programs, enhanced efficiency of waste and kerbside collection contracts, a Reviva Centre review, and commencement of planning for a Food Organics and Garden Organics (FOGO) program, are among priority actions for Waste Services outlined in Council’s draft 2023/24...

Enhanced neighbourhood liveability and economic prosperity for Wingecarribee Shire

May 29, 2023Posted in: Corporate Affairs, News
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3 people standing in a gazebo under a beautiful tree with bright leaves

Love living in Wingecarribee Shire? The good news is, residents can expect to enjoy enhanced neighbourhood liveability and economic prosperity through Wingecarribee Shire Council’s draft 2023-2024 Operational Plan. Quality of life is a focus of this future roadmap for our Shire, as emphasis is placed on fostering innovation, job creation, and housing diversity. Currently on...

A colour-burst from planter boxes will connect our villages to the Tulip Time spectacle this Spring

May 26, 2023Posted in: Community
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Picture of Berrima Pub with planter boxes placed in front.

With 75,000 bulbs now in place and planter boxes provided to participating villages from Balmoral to Penrose, we eagerly await the return of Spring and a super-bloom for Tulip-Time 2023 in the Southern Highlands. Expanding the footprint of the popular festival, which attracts tens of thousands of visitors to our region from far and wide,...

Murals not graffiti

May 26, 2023Posted in: Community
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2 people standing in front of the wall at the park

Hill Top residents are set to benefit from a successful application made by Wingecarribee Shire Council for a Graffiti Management Grant for Boronia Park, Hill Top. The council was one of 12 successful applicants for the NSW Government grant. Wingecarribee Shire Council partnered with Hill Top Residents Association to apply for the grant and are...