Latest Kempsey Shire Council News

Now more than ever, let’s celebrate National Reconciliation Week
Getting Your Garden Ready For Winter
Turning Scraps Into Treasure
Aerial Spraying Of Bitou Bush In National Parks 16 May
Waste vouchers, Slim Dusty Centre and community grants on May agenda
Please Control Dogs And Weeds As Meter Readers Hit Road 15 May
How Can I Find Out What’s Happening At Council?
Applications open for Crescent Head community advisory group
Flood Risk Education Workshops Coming To Shire
Storytime Adventures At Library
Local Artists And Youth Paint Beautiful Library Mural
Toose Road Landslip April 2024 Update
New Seats Installed At East Kempsey War Memorial
Bicycle Recycle Program Wheelie Awesome
Council Confirms Support For Crescent Head Golf Course
Where You Can Commemorate Anzac Day In 2024
Stuarts Point Tennis Clubhouse Ready For Action
Key planning and reporting documents to go before Council
Cafe Lease At Slim Dusty Centre
Selected Invasive Weed Trees Being Removed Across Shire
Macleay Valley Coast Visitor Information Centre Closure
Community recovery field day gathers Lower Creek community and services
What’s On At 2024 Macleay Youth Laneway Festival?
Point Plomer Precinct Revitalisation Project
New Management Plan For Local National Parks
Seniors Celebrated Across Kempsey Shire
Safari Tent Site Update
What Is Happening To Smith Street Footpath?
Kempsey Abai Released Into Wild For Her Next Adventure
Height restrictions introduced for South West Rocks buildings
What Do Kempsey’s Young People Want?
What Do Our Young People Want?
Slow Down, Road Workers Around
Kempsey Roads Heading Towards 50% Fewer Fatalities
South West Rocks and Crescent Head stand out in a packed agenda
New Handbook To Manage Spread Of Tropical Soda Apple
New Handbook To Manage Tropical Soda Apple
Kempsey’s Savages Lane Wins Gold at Australian Street Art Awards
Ready For Second Chance
Fallen Pandanas Tree At South West Rocks
Council Services Over Easter 2024
Clean Up Australia Day In Kempsey Shire
What Are Options To Mitigate Flooding In Lower Macleay?
Recognising Furry Friends Of Kempsey Shire
School Leaders Meet With Councillors
She’s Furry, Young At Heart And Ready For Adoption
Kempsey Shire Council awaits IPART publication of application
Bee Management At Verge Street Sports Fields