Beachwatch Pollution Forecast
From October to April each year, Council weekly monitors and reports on the water quality of 11 swimming spots in our Local Government Area.
Information on dealing with noise complaints in your neighborhood.
Find out the restrictions relating to open and backyard burning in the Port Stephens Local Government Area.
Find out the criteria a property must meet to be considered 'overgrown' and whether or not Council can be of assistance.
Pollution has the potential to cause long term damage to the environment and to your health. Pollution can come in many forms including air, water and land pollution. All incidences of pollution should be reported.
Public Swimming Pools and Spas
Council undertakes mandatory inspections of public swimming and spa pools covering a number of things such as: temperature, disinfection systems, disinfection concentrations, pH, alkalinity, testing and record keeping.
Drinking water catchment improvement project
The Drinking Water Catchment Improvement Project is a partnership between Hunter Water, Port Stephens and Dungog Councils.
Stormwater and drainage
Find out your responsibilities as a property owner to manage stormwater from your property, and how Council may be able to assist.