Funds secured for much needed high-quality fit-out of Wingecarribee’s Emergency Operations Centre

December 19, 2023Posted in: Corporate Affairs

Picture of Viv May, Wendy Tuckerman and Lisa Miscamble

There’s been success with Council’s application to the NSW Government Club Grants Category 3 Infrastructure Grants Program for $200K toward Wingecarribee Shire’s new Emergency Operations Centre (EOC) at the Civic Centre Moss Vale.  It will enable the acceleration of its fit-out to the highest standards, so the facility can become fully operational as soon as...

Kirkham Street complete – Better travel around busy Moss Vale

June 16, 2023Posted in: Roads and Assets

cars on Kirkham St

The reconstruction of Kirkham Street in Moss Vale was completed last week, making it easier for workers, students, and residents to access nearby commercial properties. People attending TAFE, the Council Civic Centre, the Moss Vale War Memorial Aquatic Centre, Cole’s Supermarket, and motorists passing through, can now fully utilise this completely renovated road and enjoy...

Locals are loving the new, next-level fitness facilities at Moss Vale Aquatic Centre.

March 16, 2023Posted in: Delivering, Roads and Assets

Need fresh motivation for maintaining a healthy, active lifestyle? Try the new, next-level fitness facilities at Moss Vale Aquatic Centre, now offering a private and spacious fitness room, with ceiling-to-floor windows letting in lots of natural light, 24/7 gym access, and in a first for the region, a state-of-the-art, fully accessible adult change area. Extensive...

Kirkham Street makeover means smoother travel

February 23, 2023Posted in: Corporate Affairs, News

Next week we’re starting on the $1.69 million reconstruction of Kirkham Street in Moss Vale. Works will involve renewing 300 metres of road pavement between Elizabeth and Mack Streets, constructing a new roundabout at the intersection of the two roads, installing new stormwater pipes and laying fresh kerbing and guttering. “We’ll be keeping the road...

No time to spare – an exhibition in The Atrium

January 20, 2023Posted in: Corporate Affairs, Events

Black and white photo of Highlands landscape with yellow wheel barrow in bottom right foreground. Photo by Richard Batterley.

Love our local heritage? Don’t miss this wonderful photographic exhibition in The Atrium at our Civic Centre, from 14 January to 24 February. Highlighting key heritage sites across the Southern Highlands at risk of being lost to future generations, No Time To Spare features over 25 beautifully curated images. To celebrate Seniors Festival, there will...