AlburyCity News
What’s happening in our community
Thursday 2 September 2021
From our CEO, Frank Zaknich

We’re excited to be working with Wodonga Council and the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) to develop a landmark data policy that will drive the future of population growth and the tourism sector in the border cities.

A message from Mayor Kevin Mack

We're asking the Government to bring our Covid-free community out of lockdown so we can all get back to work and play. We have a good case, but to give us the best chance there's one thing we can all do - get vaccinated.  

Parking changes free up CBD spaces

We've changed the time limits at some CBD parking spots to make it easier for everyone to get the park they want. The changes include the introduction of all-day parking on the top levels at Volt Lane.

Parking changes
Childcare gap fees to be waived

We’re waiving the Children’s Services parent gap fee at Banjora Children's Centre and Out Of School Hours (OOSH) to help parents who are not using care during lockdown. It’s just one way that we’re working together to ease the burden during these challenging times.

Help at hand
Almost ready to roll as skate park takes shape

It's all starting to come together as our new Regional Skate Park in David Street enters the final stages of construction. Last week, we installed shelters, while the bowls and other elements are now in place, with just the flat surfaces between them to be added. We're looking forward to skaters and riders putting it to the test when the park is opened later this year.  

New skate park
How to colour our city's future

If you'd like to help design and develop the Albury of future generations, have a say on the Albury 2050 Community Strategic Plan. Think big and share your vision with us. 

Have your say
Help local businesses

We're working to support local businesses doing it tough during Covid through the #MyLocalPledge program. It's easy to help - all you need to do is make a pledge to buy local when you're next able to buy goods or services.  

Make a pledge
Financial help for community groups

Eligible not-for-profit community groups are invited to apply for our sport and recreation grants to develop their facilities or plan for future improvements.

Grants program
553 Kiewa Street,
PO Box 323
Albury NSW 2640
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