AlburyCity News
What’s happening in our community
Thursday 30 September 2021
From our CEO, Frank Zaknich

Safe, comfortable, and affordable housing should be available to everyone, but sadly, some people are falling through the cracks in the market – which is why we’re developing a strategy that will proactively explore housing problems and identify potential solutions.

Message from Mayor Kevin Mack

We're building new footpaths and pedestrian refuges on busy Union Road to make the street safer for motorists, walkers and cyclists.

... and win a prize for vax safety

If you're eligible for a Covid-19 vaccination, you could win prizes for getting your shot. Visit our Instagram page to enter. Come on, #letsdothisalbury!

Jab and win
Old and new technology leads fight against waste

New equipment harnessing the ancient organic powers of maggots and the modern muscle of robots is coming to the Albury Waste Management Centre as part of our latest efforts to halve the amount of waste our region buries in landfill.

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Get ready to ride

We're getting on with the next stages of plans to deliver improved mountain bike facilities to Albury, after our Councillors endorsed our Draft Mountain Bike Strategy this week.

On your bike
Help shape our city for the future of our kids
Help shape the future for our children

From little things, big things grow. Small ideas can grow into great concepts, which is why we'd like to hear your thoughts about how Albury should look and feel for future generations. Please share your ideas on our Albury 2050 strategy and help to shape our city of the future. 

Have your say
Revamp to attract visitors

The Visit Albury Wodonga website has been refreshed to provide a clear and friendly call for visitors to come and see us, as we work to rebuild our tourism sector. 

Fresh approach
Take a self-guided wildflower tour

Some of Australia's most spectacular wildflowers are blooming right here on our doorstep. If you'd like to see them in all their glory, why not take our self-guided tour of Nail Can Hill? 

Walk on the wild side
A call for voices on precious resource

Water is critical to everyone, and especially important to those of us living in river valleys. La Trobe University is trying to gain a better understanding of what water means to you and researchers are keen to hear your thoughts.  

Have your say
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