Overview

Blue Mountains City Council is the local government body responsible for setting the vision and strategic direction for the Blue Mountains region. The council employs approximately 560 full-time equivalent people, supports an estimated local population of approximately 78,700 individuals, and is administered by its head office in Katoomba, New South Wales.

The Blue Mountains City Council encompasses an area of 1,431 square km, with approximately 70% of the land a part of the Blue Mountains National Park. The council is comprised of four wards.

The council provides services and maintains public assets for the communities of the Blue Mountains including, but not limited to:

  • Animal management
  • Property management
  • Application of rates & charges
  • Waste & recycling services
  • Waste water management
  • Business permit issuance
  • Economic development
  • Tourism promotion
  • ATSI support
  • Arts & culture support
  • Community safety
  • Festival & event management
  • Grant & awards
  • Library
  • Leisure & aquatic centre operation
  • Park, sportsgrounds & courts management
  • Bushland, trees, plants, weeds & waterways management
  • Development management

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