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To ensure the Port Stephens tourism and business community has the best possible COVID-19 recovery plans in place, Council are calling for our local businesses to take part in the Australian Business
We want to help clear up any confusion around our recent changes to how we’re communicating public notices to the community and ask what works for you.
Spencer Park in Soldiers Point is set to be overhauled with $153,750 in funding announced today thanks to the NSW Government Stronger Country Communities Fund.
Port Stephens Council will move all public notices online from next week, including development applications, in response to recent NSW Government legislation changes as a result of COVID-19.
A pedestrian-friendly town centre in North Stockton and a drawcard coastal walk from Stockton to Tomaree Headland are part of an ambitious planning strategy adopted by Port Stephens and Newcastle Coun
The Tomaree Sports Complex and Port Stephens Police Citizens Youth Club are the lucky recipients of the latest Stronger Country Communities Fund grants announced this week by the NSW Government.
The Port Stephens community is being invited to have a say on the annual review of a number of key planning documents which will guide Council’s priorities over the coming financial year.
Port Stephens Council has voted in favour of a range of measures to support the community through the response, recovery and restart of Port Stephens economy.
The home of Nelson Bay Rugby Club, Bill Strong Oval, will receive a $200,000 upgrade thanks to a grant from the NSW Government’s Stronger Country Community Fund.
Media Release; Community Notice
Port Stephens Council will hold its Ordinary Council meeting via video conference for the first time in an effort to protect the Mayor, Councillors, staff and the community from COVID-19 (coronavirus)