CLOSURE OF COUNCIL WORK SITES Thursday, 7 September 2017

CLOSURE OF COUNCIL WORK SITES – Thursday, 7 September 2017

Council’s Administration Centre, Macksville Library, Nambucca Heads Library and Waste Management Facility will be closed Thursday, 7 September 2017 as it will be the staff Union Picnic Day.

Emergency services will be on call in regard to essential services - 1800 26 27 28

ENQUIRIES TO:
Michael Coulter
General Manager
PO BOX 177
MACKSVILLE  NSW  2447


MEDIA RELEASE: Local Heritage Funding for Heritage Properties 2016-17

Nambucca Shire Council is looking for property owners and managers who would like to seek financial assistance from Council and the NSW government to carry out conservation and maintenance work on their heritage properties.


MEDIA RELEASE: Stuart Island Project Receives Funding To Improve River Environment - 4 MAY 2016

Nambucca Shire Council has received $50,000 from the States Estuary Program administered by the Office of Environment and Heritage (OEH) for another project to improve the river environment near Stuart Island.


MEDIA RELEASE: Dawkins Park

For several years Council has received ongoing complaints about the poor state of Dawkins Lake which is located in the centre of Macksville next to the Caltex Service Station and between the Pacific Highway and the Council’s Administration Centre in Princess Street.


MEDIA RELEASE - Macksville Park Fun and Fitness Precinct Opening Celebration

A new skate park, lighting for the touch football field, a new community recreation room and fitness trails at Macksville Park will be officially opened by Nambucca Shire Council on Saturday 28 November and the community is invited to attend.


MEDIA RELEASE: Financial Statements & Capital Works November 2015 Progress Report

Nambucca Shire Council’s Auditor, Mr Geoff Allen from the firm Forsyths presented the Council’s audited financial statements to Council’s meeting on 26 November 2015.


MEDIA RELEASE: Study to Look at Managing Flood Risks in the Nambucca Valley

Floods damage public and private property and can take lives depending on their severity, but there are a number of ways that people and governments can reduce the risks.