Social Media Links
Apart from Council’s official corporate social media accounts which are linked at the top of this site, some departments are also active on their own social media feeds. Here is a list of current WSC social media accounts:
Wingecarribee Animal Shelter:
Facebook: Wingecarribee Animal Shelter
Wingecarribee Children’s Services:
Facebook: Wingecarribee Children’s Services
Note: The Moss Vale War Memorial Aquatic centre is a council-owned facility but is externally managed by BlueFit and their Facebook and Instagram accounts are managed by BlueFit employees, not Wingecarribee Shire Council staff.
Southern Highlands Koala Conservation Project:
Facebook: Southern Highlands Koala Conservation Project
Southern Highlands Youth:
Facebook: Southern Highlands Youth
Your Say Wingecarribee
Your Say Wingecarribee is Wingecarribee Shire Council’s online consultation hub. It is just one of the ways we connect with the community and is an easy and convenient way to contribute ideas, feelings and opinions about key projects and services. Please visit www.yoursaywingecarribee.com.au to view current and archived consultation projects.
Council publishes a quarterly publication called Wingecarribee Today. Past issues are archived on Council’s website: www.wsc.nsw.gov.au/wingecarribee-today
Community Update advertisements provide useful information about services, development applications and consents, rezonings, vacant positions and more, and is published in the Southern Highland News every Wednesday.
To view our most recent Community Update advertisements please click here to visit the advertisements page on our Council website.
Following consultation with the community in early 2014, Wingecarribee Shire Council adopted a strategy and policy for communications on 26 November 2014.
The report considered by Council, which outlines submissions received during the public exhibition of draft documents, can be found on page 80 of the 26 November 2014 Business Paper.
The adopted strategy can be viewed by clicking here (PDF, 9.89MB).
This strategy was developed in conjunction with the Community Engagement Strategy which can be viewed on Council’s website.