Blue Mountains Have Your Say

Blue Mountains Have Your Say provides a convenient online forum for the community to find out about Council projects and proposals that are open for public comment and to provide feedback to contribute to Council’s decision making.


Blue Mountains Have Your Say provides a convenient online forum for the community to find out about Council projects and proposals that are open for public comment and to provide feedback to contribute to Council’s decision making.


  • Open Space and Recreation Survey

    about 4 years ago
    Kids in park

    Click here to see an overview of Council's Open Space and Recreation Strategy and the current special focus consultations/surveys for dog exercise and shared space with dog off leash. Consultations for Cliff Sports and Off Road Biking will be available shortly.

    Click here to see an overview of Council's Open Space and Recreation Strategy and the current special focus consultations/surveys for dog exercise and shared space with dog off leash. Consultations for Cliff Sports and Off Road Biking will be available shortly.

  • Yellow Rock Park Project

    about 5 years ago
    Yellow rock park 14 12 2015 %285%29

    This consultation has concluded.

    The upgrade to Yellow Rock Park is almost finished. Check it out!

    The new park has been constructed and is already being enjoyed by many local people.

    The Art component, which includes a Mosaic Mural and Mosaic Stepping Stones is still underway, but will complete soon.

    An opening event is planned for February 2016 .

    For more details, including the Art Project, Click here


    This consultation has concluded.

    The upgrade to Yellow Rock Park is almost finished. Check it out!

    The new park has been constructed and is already being enjoyed by many local people.

    The Art component, which includes a Mosaic Mural and Mosaic Stepping Stones is still underway, but will complete soon.

    An opening event is planned for February 2016 .

    For more details, including the Art Project, Click here


  • Hazelbrook and Woodford Creeks Catchment Floodplain Risk Management Study

    over 4 years ago
    Fig study area a4

    This consultation has concluded.

    Blue Mountains City Council has engaged Cardno to assist with the preparation of a Floodplain Risk Management Study (FRMSP) and Draft Plan. This is in accordance with the New South Wales Flood Prone Land Policy.

    The Risk Management Study and Plan follows on from the Flood Study, completed in 2013, which identified existing flooding behaviour in the Hazelbrook and Woodford Creek catchments.

    The purpose of the Risk Management Study and Plan is to identify and recommend appropriate actions to manage flood risks in the Hazelbrook and Woodford Creek catchments.

    Click here for more....

    This consultation has concluded.

    Blue Mountains City Council has engaged Cardno to assist with the preparation of a Floodplain Risk Management Study (FRMSP) and Draft Plan. This is in accordance with the New South Wales Flood Prone Land Policy.

    The Risk Management Study and Plan follows on from the Flood Study, completed in 2013, which identified existing flooding behaviour in the Hazelbrook and Woodford Creek catchments.

    The purpose of the Risk Management Study and Plan is to identify and recommend appropriate actions to manage flood risks in the Hazelbrook and Woodford Creek catchments.

    Click here for more....
  • Proposed Ticketing Fees and Charges for the Blue Mountains Theatre

    over 4 years ago
    Tickets

    This consultation has concluded.

    The proposed ticketing fees and charges for Blue Mountains Theatre are currently on Public Exhibition until Thursday 10 December 2015.

    To Have Your Say click here.

    This consultation has concluded.

    The proposed ticketing fees and charges for Blue Mountains Theatre are currently on Public Exhibition until Thursday 10 December 2015.

    To Have Your Say click here.

  • Glenbrook: Traffic Lights and Intersection Changes

    over 4 years ago
    6999043 traffic light city

    CLOSED: This survey has concluded. Thanks for your participation. Council will provide an update on this project in early 2016.

    The Australian and NSW governments are funding a 10 year, $3.6 billion road investment program for Western Sydney. The Western Sydney Infrastructure Plan will deliver major road infrastructure upgrades to support integrated transport for the region.

    The Western Sydney Infrastructure Plan will make western Sydney an even better place to live and do business.

    This investment will relieve pressure on existing infrastructure and unlock the economic capacity of the region by easing congestion, improving safety, access and creating thousands of local jobs.

    The Plan includes the upgrade of the Ross Street and Great Western Highway intersection at Glenbrook, which was announced in March 2015.

    More information about the Western Sydney Infrastructure Plan is available here.

    To have your say, use the submission form here. Submissions close 11 December 2015.


    CLOSED: This survey has concluded. Thanks for your participation. Council will provide an update on this project in early 2016.

    The Australian and NSW governments are funding a 10 year, $3.6 billion road investment program for Western Sydney. The Western Sydney Infrastructure Plan will deliver major road infrastructure upgrades to support integrated transport for the region.

    The Western Sydney Infrastructure Plan will make western Sydney an even better place to live and do business.

    This investment will relieve pressure on existing infrastructure and unlock the economic capacity of the region by easing congestion, improving safety, access and creating thousands of local jobs.

    The Plan includes the upgrade of the Ross Street and Great Western Highway intersection at Glenbrook, which was announced in March 2015.

    More information about the Western Sydney Infrastructure Plan is available here.

    To have your say, use the submission form here. Submissions close 11 December 2015.


  • Draft Pedestrian Access & Mobility Plan 2015 (PAMP)

    over 4 years ago
    Japan pedestrian crossing shadow1

    This consultation has concluded.

    The Draft Blue Mountains - Pedestrian Access and Mobility Plan 2025 has been developed to identify priorities and infrastructure needs to enable the Blue Mountains to realise its 25 year Vision.

    This vision is to create safe and accessible pathways of travel that improves our connections with our destinations and each other and encourages people of all ages to walk for everyday transportation and enjoyment.

    You can view the Draft PAMP document, study and view the Draft network maps here.

    To register for a Community Consultation Workshop or to make a submission click here.

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    This consultation has concluded.

    The Draft Blue Mountains - Pedestrian Access and Mobility Plan 2025 has been developed to identify priorities and infrastructure needs to enable the Blue Mountains to realise its 25 year Vision.

    This vision is to create safe and accessible pathways of travel that improves our connections with our destinations and each other and encourages people of all ages to walk for everyday transportation and enjoyment.

    You can view the Draft PAMP document, study and view the Draft network maps here.

    To register for a Community Consultation Workshop or to make a submission click here.


  • Springwood Town Centre Masterplan - Now on Exhibition

    over 4 years ago
    15.08.28 commuter carpark reva

    This consultation has concluded.

    The Springwood Town Centre draft masterplan is now on public exhibition until 2 December 2015. Council encourages you to provide feedback and tell us what you think about the ideas developed in the draft masterplan. You can make your submissions by clicking here.

    This consultation has concluded.

    The Springwood Town Centre draft masterplan is now on public exhibition until 2 December 2015. Council encourages you to provide feedback and tell us what you think about the ideas developed in the draft masterplan. You can make your submissions by clicking here.

  • Draft Councillor Facilities and Expenses Policy

    over 4 years ago
    Meeting istock

    This consultation has concluded.

    The present draft is designed to be a more streamlined reference tool, particularly for Councillors and members of the public. Key legislation underpinning this policy is the Local Government Act 1993 (NSW) and the Local Government (General) Regulation 2005 (NSW).

    Make your submission here.

    This consultation has concluded.

    The present draft is designed to be a more streamlined reference tool, particularly for Councillors and members of the public. Key legislation underpinning this policy is the Local Government Act 1993 (NSW) and the Local Government (General) Regulation 2005 (NSW).

    Make your submission here.

  • Draft Code of Meeting Practice

    over 4 years ago
    Silhouette board business meeting1

    This consultation has concluded.

    Council is currently conducting a periodic review of its Code of Meeting Practice. The draft Code will be exhibited for 28 days from 23 September 2015 to 22 October, with comments accepted for 42 days up to 5 November 2015. You can view the draft code here.

    We would like to encourage residents to consider the draft and make relevant submissions. The present draft is designed to be a more streamlined reference tool for clear and ready access by Councillors, staff and members of the public. This draft also offers more flexibility in terms of...

    This consultation has concluded.

    Council is currently conducting a periodic review of its Code of Meeting Practice. The draft Code will be exhibited for 28 days from 23 September 2015 to 22 October, with comments accepted for 42 days up to 5 November 2015. You can view the draft code here.

    We would like to encourage residents to consider the draft and make relevant submissions. The present draft is designed to be a more streamlined reference tool for clear and ready access by Councillors, staff and members of the public. This draft also offers more flexibility in terms of Council meeting start times without diminishing notice provisions. Key legislation underpinning this policy is the Local Government Act 1993 (NSW) and the Local Government (General) Regulation 2005 (NSW).


  • Ward Boundary Adjustment

    over 4 years ago
    Discussion paper ward boundary adjustment
    This consultation has concluded.

    The Local Government Act 1993 requires a Council to adjust its ward boundaries where the difference between electors in wards is greater than 10 per cent.

    This report outlines the review undertaken and the suggested adjustment for Council’s consideration and seeks endorsement to place the proposed adjustment on public exhibition for community comment.

    All NSW councils have received instructions from the Electoral Commission of NSW that they
    a required to commence the review process in relation to Ward Boundaries within their Local
    Government Areas prior to the September 2016 Local Government election.

    This consultation has concluded.

    The Local Government Act 1993 requires a Council to adjust its ward boundaries where the difference between electors in wards is greater than 10 per cent.

    This report outlines the review undertaken and the suggested adjustment for Council’s consideration and seeks endorsement to place the proposed adjustment on public exhibition for community comment.

    All NSW councils have received instructions from the Electoral Commission of NSW that they
    a required to commence the review process in relation to Ward Boundaries within their Local
    Government Areas prior to the September 2016 Local Government election.