EXTRAORDINARY COUNCIL MEETING
An Extraordinary Council Meeting will be held on 5 May 2015 to resume the Ordinary Council Meeting of 28 April 2015 including Committee of the Whole (confidential session). The agenda for the meeting is available on the Business papers page.
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.
FREE DOG MICRO-CHIPPING DAY
Shellharbour City Council is conducting a free Dog Micro-chip implanting day as part of the RSPCA’s Million Paws Walk. More...
SPOTLIGHT WALKS AT BLACKBUTT FOREST
Come along on a spotlighting adventure on Wednesday 6 May or Saturday 9 May. View the Community Update for more information.
PRIVACY MATTERS @ ANY AGE
This year's Privacy Awareness Week theme is about protecting your personal information online, no matter your age. With the popularity of online services on the rise it is important to know what privacy settings are available and help keep you safe and informed. More...
LAKE ILLAWARRA MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE REPRESENTATIVE
Interested in becoming a community representative or scientific advisor on the newly established Lake Illawarra Estuary Management Committee? Visit the Lake Illawarra Estuary Management Committee page for more information.
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...
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...