Lodging and paying for Mosman development applications is now easier after Council implemented a number of digital enhancements.
Council will be supporting drought-stricken farmers at several popular Council-run events including the official opening of Mosman Junction’s major outdoor dining upgrade.
Memory Park playground has been upgraded to include a range of modern equipment to cater for children aged up to 12 years old.
Council has launched a door-to-door transport service for residents who meet certain eligibility criteria, including those aged 65 or over who aren’t able to access existing Community Transport.
Council has launched a comprehensive guide to all things Mosman to ensure new residents to the area can quickly find at their fingertips a wide range of information and services.
From 1 March 2018 the Mosman Local Planning Panel (MLPP) will replace the Mosman Development Assessment Panel (MDAP). The first meeting of the MLPP will be held on 21 March.
Mosman Council will be writing to all individual owners and body corporates of buildings that contain external cladding and are high risk to increase awareness of fire safety.
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.
Mosman Council’s innovative MyMosman resident app has been acknowledged with a win in the Local Government NSW awards.
As part of its 2018/19 Community Grants Program, Council approved more than $55,000 in grants to be made available to 22 organisations.
Balmoral’s Winter Works program, a suite of five essential repair and replacement projects, is on track for completion in October.