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From Friday 27 August playgrounds and skate parks across Port Stephens will reopen with additional COVID-Safe measures in place.
Port Stephens Council has tonight endorsed a draft Waste Management Strategy 2021 to 2031, which has green waste bins firmly in its sights.
Council’s employee wellness program PSCare and the Port Stephens Koala Sanctuary have been announced finalists at the 2021 Hunter Business Awards this week.
It’s easier than ever for communities in Port Stephens to understand and get involved in planning for the future of their place.
Port Stephens Council has won a Gold Award in the Australasian Reporting Awards for its accessible and transparent 2019 to 2020 annual report.
A number of pharmacies in Port Stephens are now administering AstraZeneca vaccinations to help in the fight against COVID-19.
Community Notice; Information Alert
The NSW Government has introduced new restrictions for Port Stephens and the Hunter region from 5pm Thursday 5 August to help stop the spread of COVID-19.
Water saving measures implemented in the 2019-20 financial year have saved Port Stephens Council $69,880 and 71 Olympic swimming pools of water according to water consumption data.
After a spike in the sale of priority weeds online, Port Stephens Council is reminding the community that it’s illegal to buy or sell plants, flowers or foliage that put NSW at risk.
After extensive community consultation and feedback, Port Stephens Council has introduced new dog off lead rules at Anna Bay and is trialling changes at Boat Harbour.