Coronavirus update 13 March 2020

Council has closed some facilities and cancelled all events until 14 April. Learn which services have been affected.

Please leave your green waste bin out until 5pm on your collection day so we can change your bin lid in preparation for FOGO. More details.

Residents interested in learning more about  weeds and how to remove from their garden them can now download Council's new booklet - Recognising and managing environmental weeds.

Environmental weeds are plants that invade natural areas such as bushlands, waterways and native grasslands. They may be native or introduced plant species and are often common garden plant 'escapees' that produce prolific seed and grow easily.

The booklet contains information on the most serious environmental weeds that are currently threatening local biodiversity. It provides a pictorial guide to help residents identify weeds, strategies for removing them and suggests replacement plants.

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