Monday 16th October 2017
Helping learner drivers become safer drivers
Friday 13th October 2017
Council supports NSW Motorcycle Awareness Month
Friday 6th October - Tuesday 31st October
Motorcycle Awareness Month
Tuesday 17th October 9:00am - 3:00pm
Schools Environment Day 2017
During the Bush Fire Danger Period burning is prohibited in towns. In village and rural areas a permit is required from the Rural Fire Services.
Rural Fire Services have notified Council that no fire permits will be given from 1 October 2017.
For further information on the Bush Fire Danger Period please visit :
Bush Fire Danger Period (external link)
During the Bush Fire Danger Period any person wishing to light a fire will require a permit issued by their local Rural Fire Service Brigade Captain.
The key things to remember
To check the Fire Danger Rating or if a Total Fire Ban is in place for your area visit :
Fire Danger Rating and Total Fire Ban Information (external link)
Fire Danger Ratings (external link)
Residents are urged to complete a Bush Fire Survival Plan and ensure all members of the household know what to do on days of increased fire danger and if their home is threatened by fire.
Residents should prepare their property by removing flammable materials from their yards, clearing gutters of leaves, checking hoses and, where appropriate, conducting hazard reduction activities.