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Foreshore Drive is a key focus for Council, as the rebuild continues after the devastating severe rain event in March. Other priorities include repairing damage caused by landslips, pumping water, and
Works to ‘spruce up’ the Shoal Bay foreshore are underway, with new amenities now complete and a new shared pathway, landscaping and park furniture on the way.
The final countdown is on to Medowie’s 7 Day Makeover, which starts this Saturday with a 2-day planning workshop at Medowie Community Centre before works kick off on Monday 10 May.
Media Release; Business
The business community in Port Stephens has an opportunity to have a say on what’s working and what they would like to see improved as part of the second Port Stephens Business Health Check.
Port Stephens is ready to host the world’s number one obstacle race, Spartan, from 30 April to 2 May after the event was postponed last year due to COVID-19.
Over 20,000 free parking permits have been issued and almost 7,000 transactions have been made by the Park’nPay app since smart parking launched in December 2020.
After a bumper year, the 2020 to 2021 Australian Lifeguard Services patrol season including volunteer and professional lifeguard services will end at Fingal and Birubi beaches on Sunday 25 April 2021.
Construction of a new revetment rock wall and path along a section of Soldiers Point foreshore, north of the existing marina has commenced.
Media Release; Information Alert
Last updated: 15 Apr 2020 8:07amA number of roads and facilities remain closed after the severe weather event. View road closures on our Disaster Dashboard map and follow us on Facebook for upda
Port Stephens Council is calling on the community to provide feedback on their lived experiences to help create a more socially inclusive, accessible and liveable place for all as part of Community We