Collaborative opportunities highlighted in Joint Region Economic Development Strategy

December 23, 2022Posted in: Listening, Other
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Moss Vale, Kramer Photography ©

An Economic Development Strategy prepared by the Canberra Region Joint Organisation (CRJO), outlining key pillars for future economic growth for councils in south-east NSW and the ACT, is now available on Council’s website. The Canberra Region Economic Development Strategy (CREDS) is considered a key priority of the ten councils which combined form the CRJO. Wingecarribee...

Draft Community Engagement Strategy on exhibition

December 21, 2022Posted in: Corporate Affairs, Listening

Candidate Information Seminars

In a bid to provide more inclusive engagement with the Highlands community, Wingecarribee Shire Council is calling on residents to provide comment on two draft Community Engagement documents currently on exhibition. Council’s ‘refreshed’ Community Engagement Strategy and Community Engagement Policy have both placed on public exhibition following endorsement by Council. Council’s Manager Governance and Corporate...

Bulky waste collection dates announced

November 21, 2022Posted in: Environment, Listening

WSC waste

The second annual bulky waste collection service will return to the Wingecarribee Shire from Monday 30 January 2023, with specified zones and dates for the Shire-wide collection. The service provides residents with a hassle-free way to dispose of larger, unwanted household items by placing them on the kerbside for collection. There is no need to...

Administrator village visit schedule

November 2, 2022Posted in: Events, Listening
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Our communities have been tested by trying times on every front in recent years and Wingecarribee Shire Council is reaching out to Village Associations as we make a fresh start to rebuilding together. Village residents are invited to pre-arrange some one-to-one time with Council Administrator Mr Viv May as part of a series of visits...

Moss Vale SES facility receives financial boost

October 28, 2022Posted in: Development, Listening
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Progress on the new Wingecarribee State Emergency Service (SES) building has taken another step towards fruition with the announcement of a $1.5 million grant from the NSW Government to Wingecarribee Council. Council’s Administrator thanked the State Member for Goulburn Wendy Tuckerman for her advocacy and the Minister for Emergency Services Steph Cooke in support of...