Kyogle Council invites you to our “Get Ready Day” in Mallanganee. Come along to learn how to prepare your home and property for natural disasters, including how to pack your free ‘Grab and Go’ bag. And hear from the experts, Mallanganee RFS, about the upcoming fire season. Mallanganee Memorial Hall Sunday 15 October from 1pm […]
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Applications for grants under Kyogle Council’s Community Assistance Fund have now opened. The Community Assistance Fund provides one-off donations of up to $1,000 for organisations, $500 for individuals and $5,000 for projects which can contribute dollar for dollar funding. The policy can be found here. Funding preference is given to those individuals/organisations that can demonstrate […]
Do you have an erosion problem on farm that you just can’t work out how to solve? Do you need a plan to help carry out works to help get your production back on track? Landholders in the North Coast Local Land Services region are invited to submit an EOI to receive a ‘next steps’ […]
At the 10 July 2023 Ordinary Council meeting, Kyogle Council resolved to support a Voice to Parliament. Through the Uluru Statement First Nations People have called on all Australians to support a First Nations Voice to Parliament by voting Yes in the upcoming referendum. Kyogle Council accepts the invitation of First Nations People to establish […]
Northern Rivers Joint Organisation and RDA Northern Rivers has commissioned HillPDA to undertake an audit of industrial and employment lands in the seven LGAs of Ballina Shire, Byron Shire, Clarence Valley, Kyogle, Lismore, Richmond Valley and Tweed Shire, which will be referred to as the “Northern Rivers”. The Northern Rivers region is experiencing rapid growth […]
The CSIRO has been engaged to undertake a project to understand flood risk factors in the Northern Rivers region of NSW and identify flood mitigation options as part of a whole-of-catchment flood mitigation study. You can read more about the project here https://www.csiro.au/NRRI This study will inform the allocation of $150 million in funding from […]
The NSW Government has reviewed and updated the Draft North Coast Regional Plan 2041. The long-term vision to build a more resilient region to shield communities against natural disasters, protect its spectacular coastline and natural environment, boost tourism, and safeguard Aboriginal land. It also recognises the need for a steady supply of housing in the […]
Residents are advised that Council’s waste facilities operations will vary due to the upcoming public holidays. 15 April 2022: Kyogle Landfill CLOSED (Good Friday) 16 April 2022: All facilities OPEN (Easter Saturday) 17 April 2022: Kyogle Landfill and Mallanganee Waste Transfer Station CLOSED (Easter Sunday) 18 April 2022: Kyogle Landfill CLOSED (Easter Monday) 25 April […]
The Kyogle Recovery Centre will open Monday (4 April), Tuesday (5 April), Thursday (7 April) and Friday (8 April) this week. Located at 131 Summerland Way in the front of the Kyogle Memorial Hall, the Recovery Centre is open 9am – 5pm. It’s services are available to everyone who has been flood affected, whether you […]
Due to unforeseen circumstances, the Bonalbo Waste Transfer Station will close early on Saturday, 2 April, 2022. The facility will operate from 9.00 am to 2.00 pm. Council apologises for any inconvenience this may cause.
Concerned ratepayers have been contacting Council regarding the payment of rates which were due yesterday. Please rest assured, you will not be penalised for not being able to make a payment during this extreme weather event. Council’s administration building is temporarily closed to the public, but you can make rates payments via Council’s website, at […]
Youth Week is fast approaching. This year, the NSW Youth Week theme is: Coming together to Connect, Share, Speak out, and Celebrate. The theme was decided by the NSW Youth Advisory Council 2018. Youth Week will run from 10-18 April 2019. To celebrate NSW Youth Week this year, the Office of the Advocate for Children […]