Latest Kempsey Shire Council News

Three awesome events coming up in shire
How you can be part of National Sorry Day in Kempsey
Boyters Lane bird hide next on dune care’s hit list
Please hate potholes, not everyday heroes trying to fix them
Construction gets MOOving on multi-million-dollar Saleyards upgrade
Adventure park plans go on exhibition
Tree illegally poisoned in Crescent Head
Free clean-up for bush fire affected properties
Kempsey takes big steps to reconciliation, inclusion and recogniiton
We’re spending $54 million on water and sewer
Disruption to Community Recycling Centre collections
School kids get cross on Eden and Verge St track
Help identify Shire’s best volunteers
Crescent Head Community Catch-up moved to surf club
Festival of Small Halls coming to Stuarts Point and Hat Head
Works to begin on Stuarts Point Hall upgrades
Reconciliation, Oven Mountain, accessibility on May Council’s agenda
Course to GROW skills of women in agriculture
Three new Norfolk Pines call South West Rocks home
We’re spending $31.6 million on our environment
Crescent Head opens book on new library
Council awaits new election date
Catching-up with Crescent Head
Is $54 million enough to spend on water and sewer?
Temporary closure of national parks for bitou bush spraying
Customer Service Centre to open later this Friday
Has your property experienced riverbank erosion from flooding?
April meeting confirms Council’s plans
Mobile library van cruises into Crescent Head
Works begin for Hat Head play space
Plan in place for future of Kempsey Shire
Are we spending enough on roads and bridges?
Bridges, saleyards and water amongst front runners in Council’s budget
‘Red bin residents’ challenged to rethink recycling
Infestations of Groundsel Bush located during aerial weed inspections
We’re catching-up with Crescent Head in May
Residents have their say on future housing development
Wet weather forces delay in replacement of Baker Drive playground
Belmore River and Kinchela Creek crossover gates have reopened
Double demerits in force over Easter
Alternative route identified for Toose Road residents impacted by slip
Free photography workshops in Gladstone and Willawarrin
First ever event in new outdoor library space
Competition to name Kempsey Library tree house
Steele Park now home to Deadly Totem Poles
Council services over Easter
Alternative access required due to major landslip on Toose Road
Preparing Little Nobby for big future