ANZAC DAY SERVICE
Shellharbour City Council is proud to invite residents to attend a special service at Shellharbour City Memorial commemorating the 100th Anniversary of ANZAC Day. More...
ANZAC DAY ROAD CLOSURES
Shellharbour City Council would like to advise of the following temporary road closures to take place on ANZAC Day Saturday 25 April 2015. More...
Members of the public are welcome to attend the next Council meeting, Tuesday 28 April at the Council Chambers, ground floor of Lamerton House, Shellharbour City Centre. The meeting can be watched live from 6.3opm. For more information and the business paper is available here.
CLUB GRANTS FUNDING
Community groups in Shellharbour are being invited to seek financial support through the ClubGRANTS Category 1 Funding Program. More...
DRAFT CROOM COMPLEX MASTERPLAN
Shellharbour City Council is seeking comment on the Draft Master Plan for the Croom Regional Sporting Complex. The Master plan outlines the proposed changes to the Croom Regional Sporting Complex. View the plan on the Public Exhibitions page.
2015 GOOD NEIGHBOUR AWARDS
In honour of National Neighbour Day on Sunday 29 March, Shellharbour Council is pleased to announce that the 2015 Good Neighbour Awards are now open for nomination. More...
It may be weeks before it is dry enough to mow some parks. Priority will be given to sports fields. Look at our mowing schedule page for more information.
SHELLHARBOUR COUNCIL NURSERY
Did you know that the Shellharbour Council Nursery is open to the public, developers, landscapers, schools and other nurseries with no minimum purchase. Stocking a wide variety of plants, including local indigenous species, native plants to palms and exotic plants. Visit the Nursery page for opening hours and contact details.
If you are a Shellharbour City Resident, come along and join our Technical Waste Officer on a free tour of the Dunmore Waste Facility. More...
In 2015-2016 the Illawarra region will be commemorating its Bicentenary of European settlement. To mark the occasion, Wollongong and Shellharbour City Councils are working with the Bicentenary Committee to appropriately acknowledge this milestone in our region’s history. More...