Moruya's Ford Street closed for repair
Ford Street in Moruya will be closed for five nights from this Sunday 11 December while we repair damage to the road pavement.
Better beach access with mobility mats
Eurobodalla’s beaches will soon be accessible to more people thanks to new wheelchair-friendly mobility mats at seven beaches this summer.
Narooma's shoreline works recommence in February
Restoration work along Narooma’s Wagonga Inlet will recommence after summer and the construction area will temporarily open back up.
Goodwill on show at Congo workshop
More than 70 Congo residents attended a community workshop to go through ideas to re-open a second access road into the village.
Wondering what to do with your soft plastics?
There are currently no soft plastic drop-off points at supermarkets. Please put soft plastics in the red lid bin or avoid them all together ...
Climate Change Advisory Committee announced
This impressive bunch of people will advise and assist Council and the community in delivering actions from the Climate Action Plan.
Accolades flow for Bay Pavilions
Eurobodalla Council’s Bay Pavilions has won a Master Builders Association of NSW award for excellence in construction.
Coastal management program feedback
Community feedback on the draft Open Coast Coastal Management Program has been extended to Wednesday 23 November, 2022.
Mogo pump station upgrade
Tree removal works will begin in the coming weeks in preparation of the Mogo sewer pump station upgrade on the corner of Tomakin Road.
Mayor’s Message, November 2022
This month’s federal budget saw money flowing to our shire to help us cope better with future disasters. And it’s no accident ...
Get arty with Saturday Sessions at the Bas
People looking to explore their creative side in a friendly group setting should check out the Bas' program of Saturday Sessions.
Observation Point upgrade full steam ahead
Trucks and machinery are moving about, making the area quite dangerous for sticky beaks. Please do not enter the construction site.
Dog attacks on the rise, owners beware
After some serious dog attacks and reviewing statistics, Council rangers urge owners to be more responsible and aware of their dog's behaviour.
Connect, move, play at free All Abilities Festival
Celebrate all abilities in our shire on Wednesday 30 November. Explore activities around art, performance, fitness and wellbeing.
Youth making a difference to mental health
The youth committee’s Active Art workshops have been a hit and have encouraged much open discussion around mental health.
Waste survey no waste of time
Residents have an opportunity to shape the future of waste management in the shire and the region with a five-minute survey.
Transform waste without leaving home
Residents can learn how to better manage organic waste with free composting and wormfarming workshops in November.