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Wollongong City Council crews will renew kerb and guttering, street pavers and plant new street trees along Corrimal Street Wollongong from Saturday 28 March.
Wollongong City Council has made changes to our tourist parks, in response to updated guidelines from the NSW State Government. The move to close public use of Council’s three tourist parks in Corrimal, Bulli and Windang, is the latest step by Council to protect vulnerable members of our community against coronavirus.
Wollongong City Council has committed to five pledges under the Australian initiative, Cities Power Partnership.
Wollongong City Council has announced today a support package to assist Council lessees and licensees impacted by the challenges presented by coronavirus.
Wollongong City Council will close its nine supervised swimming pools, from close of business today, Wednesday 25 March 2020. We are taking this step to support the Federal and State Government’s social distancing measures.
It’s not too late to give us your opinion on how we can make driving, riding, walking or using public transport around Keiraville and Gwynneville easier and more efficient.
Our focus is our community and the health, safety and wellbeing of our staff and volunteers, their families and our community. That is why, from close of business tomorrow, Tuesday 24 March, we will be making a series of changes to the way the public interact with our services and facilities.
From midday today, Monday 23 March, Wollongong City Council has changed access to Beaton Park and Lakeside Leisure Centres in response to updated advice from the Federal and State governments in relation to COVID-19.
Stories of fishing, black swans, and local Aboriginal heritage are now on show in the newest public artwork in the city, the Karrara Bridge mural.
Cringila Hills Recreation Master Plan has turned a significant corner, with the development of the recreation precinct given the go-ahead.