Winners of the 2019 Mosman Youth Art Prize were revealed at the exhibition’s opening night at Mosman Art Gallery on Friday 10 May.
The Spit East Streetscape Upgrade is now well underway, to improve the amenity and safety of the area and enhance the site.
Some of Australia’s leading architects gathered at the Mosman Art Gallery on 29 April for the presentation of the Mosman Design Awards 2019.
Mosman Council has partnered with social enterprise group Y Vote to offer local young people the Emerging Civic Leaders program.
An interagency network is improving the approach by services in the lower north shore to the complex issues of domestic and family violence.
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.
Mosman Council’s innovative MyMosman resident app has been acknowledged with a win in the Local Government NSW awards.
Council’s residential parking permits have switched to an online-only system as technology now allows for a faster, more secure and environmentally friendly process.
Mosman residents can now easily find all the information required for the management of trees via a newly launched app called Trees Mosman.
Mayor Corrigan has announced resident Gordon Alexander as Mosman’s 2019 Citizen of the Year and local student Ella Spencer as Mosman’s 2019 Young Citizen of the Year.
Council has resolved to place its draft (revised) 2018-2021 Delivery Program and 2019-2020 Operational Plan, Budget and Fees and Charges on public exhibition.
Sunday 17 March to Saturday 23 March is Harmony Week, a time to to celebrate Australia’s multiculturalism and diversity, and Mosman Council has some special events planned.
Council has a monthly Instagram competition that invites members of the community to share their significant and scenic snapshots of Mosman, its people and places.