The 20 January 2017 Newsletter includes items on a visit from Bland Shire, Community Strategic Plan Consultation, new Business & Community Directory for website, Australia Day and much more...
Council is preparing its Community Strategic Plan which details objectives and priorities for the future of the Hay community over the next 10 years.
As a community representative we are seeking your input into what you think is important to the residents of Hay and what should be included in the plan.
It would be appreciated if you could provide an honest response to the following questions by 3rd February 2017. All answers will be collated and will assist in the formulation of the plan.
Complete survey here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/TFFNGM2
With the recent flooding and the start of warmer weather, we are seeing a huge increase of mosquitoes. Mosquitoes can transmit serious diseases, so it is important to avoid mosquito bites where possible.
Below is a link to information on Mosquito Born Infections
Mosquito Born Infections
Flood Recovery & Disaster Recovery Assistance
As a result of the recent heavy rains and flooding, Hay Shire Council and other parts of the Murrumbidgee Valley have been declared a Natural Disaster Area.
If you have been affected by the recent flooding, you may want to investigate some of the services and assistance that are available.
Click here for further information.
Council is currently in the process of updating the Council and Tourism websites, and part of this will involve an update to the Community and Business Directory.
Council is seeking assistance from business and community groups to ensure the correct information is included in the directory. Please complete a Business and Community Directory Details form available below. For further information please contact Council's Administration Centre or the Hay Visitors Information Centre.
Business and Community Directory Details Form
the 16th December Newsletter contains items on Party in the Park Celebrations, Council Office Renovation, Fit for the Future Reassessment, Works in Progress and more...
The 24th November Newsletter contains items on Paint the Town Red Sales Promotion, Town Streets Reseal Program, Extracts for the Mayor's Council Report, Upcoming Party in the Park and more....
Does your home have asbestos? Visit asbestosawareness.com.au to undertake the 20 point safety checklist and learn more about asbestos.
The 28th October newsletter includes items on Sporting Civic Reception, Boundary Changes, Library extension and more...
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