More than 900 people dropped off their e-waste for recycling at Mosman Council’s free e-waste drop off day. The next event will be held on Sunday 05 August 2018.
Council’s resident app has been updated to give users a better experience, including a new homepage, feedback page and links to paying rates, parking permits and searching for DAs.
The recipients were announced by Mayor Corrigan during Mosman’s Australia Day proceedings following a Citizenship Ceremony and Australia Day Address by Kamahl.
Mosman Council is seeking feedback from residents and ratepayers about what they like best (and least) about living in Mosman and what their ideal ‘Future Mosman’ might be.
On 10 October Mosman’s Mayor, Cr Carolyn Corrigan, announced the winners of Council’s recent Postcards from the Future competition.
The Festival of Mosman has drawn to a close for 2017 after 10 days of festivities with strong attendances recorded at the 50 community and council events held throughout Mosman.
The NSW Government’s B-Line service began on 26 November. A number of other network changes have also come into effect. Find out more here.
Balmoral Promenade has been reopened after refurbishment works were completed on schedule and within budget.
Mosman school children are being encouraged to write and illustrate how they hope the area will be in 10 years’ time as part of the ‘Postcards from the Future’ project.
Join us on Friday 26 January, 10am – 12.30pm at Mosman Drill Hall, Cross Street, Mosman for our Australia Day celebrations.
Dispose of unwanted computers, light bulbs, TVs, microwaves and more at the free drop off day on Sunday 11 February from 9am – 4pm at the Council Car Park.
Planning to take down your Christmas tree soon? Council will be collecting natural Christmas trees from 8-12 Jan. Check your collection date.
Mosman Council is inviting public comment on a proposal for the installation of floodlighting at the three existing netball courts at Mosman Drill Hall Common.
Are you a leader of a local community group and want to learn more about community management issues and connect with others?
Twenty one bus shelters will be replaced and a new shelter at The Spit constructed as part of Council’s bus shelter construction and replacement program.