Bowral South New Living Area – Community Update

March 1, 2024Posted in: Community
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Wingecarribee Shire Council is engaging upfront with early community consultation commencing around the vision for the Bowral South New Living Area (NLA). The Bowral South NLA is located between Eridge Park Road and Kangaloon Road and bound by the Wingecarribee River and Bong Bong racecourse. Council is committed to making provisions for a diversity of...

Council Showcases Senior Artists in March Atrium Exhibition to Celebrate Seniors Festival

February 29, 2024Posted in: Community
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Celebrating the NSW Seniors Festival, Wingecarribee Shire Council is excited to host an engaging exhibition honouring the works of our local senior artists.  It will be held at the Moss Vale Civic Centre, from Tuesday 5 March through to 5 April 2024, as part of Council’s monthly Atrium Exhibition series. The NSW Seniors Festival (11th...

Wingecarribee Shire Council updates Staff Customer Experience and Charter Standards

February 29, 2024Posted in: Community
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After a tumultuous few years for Wingecarribee Shire Council, a new commitment has been made to lift the game for the community experience when customers are engaging with Council. Revised Customer Experience Charter and Standards protocols have been adopted, following the Council Meeting held on 21 February 2024, to foster greater accountability. The standards and...

Mittagong Playhouse Restoration and Refurbishment Project Moves Forward

February 23, 2024Posted in: Community, Events, Tourism
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The Mittagong Playhouse Restoration and Refurbishment project is taking a significant step forward with the submission of a Wingecarribee Shire Council grant application for $4.33 million to the NSW Government’s Growing Regions Program. This grant, if successful, would help bridge the remaining funding gap Council requires to undertake the project, and allow for construction to...

Council’s Bulky Waste Collection moves to a pre-booked service with increased resident entitlements

February 23, 2024Posted in: Community, Waste
 

Wingecarribee Shire Council has taken significant steps to improve the waste management services available to residents by endorsing a series of measures aimed at streamlining and enhancing the Bulky Waste Collection Service. During the Ordinary Council Meeting – 21 February 2024, several key decisions were made to ensure the continued availability and efficiency of bulky...