What's Happening in Our Community

23 May 2019

From the GM

A new senior management structure at AlburyCity will ensure council meets the community’s hopes and expectations, as set out in Albury 2030 - the strategic blueprint for our economic, social and environmental future.

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New youth leaders at the helm

AlburyCity's Youth Council has new leaders. Our Deputy Mayor Amanda Cohn caught up with Genevieve Child and Tabitha Macdonald to find out what's important to local young people and what will be done to improve their lives.

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Stop it or cop it

Time's running out to nominate Albury's worst streets for speeding. If your street's a speedway, let us know and we'll team up with Albury Police to take action.

Report speedsters
Ladies having a ball

The focus is on fun and friendship at Lauren Jackson Sports Stadium on Thursdays, when ladies meet up for a social game of netball or basketball. There's even a creche for the kids!

Come and play
Coming soon: Fun and games for kids at Lavington

The redevelopment of the National Foresters Grove play space at Lavington is in the final stages and soon it will be open to local families to enjoy some fantastic new equipment, including a flying fox, fitness equipment and skating facilities. There will also be a reflection area to honour late members of the Lavington Lions.

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Restore the river

Exotic plants are being cleared from the river bank ak Oddies Creek as we restore that stretch of river to its natural state.

Bank on it
A dirty job

It's no fun keeping our sewer system clean - but it could be made a lot easier if wet wipes are not flushed down toilets.

Bin them
Have a say

If you haven't already had your say on our draft budget 2019-20, you can still do so until close of business tomorrow.

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The art of industry - what lies beneath our future cultural hub

We've delved further into the depths of our historic pump house in Waterworks Road to record our industrial history ahead of an exciting new era for the heritage-listed building. Once home to a network of pipes, valves and a thumping steam engine, the old pump station will soon become a hub for artists and creators to meet and practice their craft. 

Totally pumped
553 Kiewa Street,
PO Box 323
Albury NSW 2640
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