From 11 October are working towards an easing of COVID restrictions. Density limits apply to all settings, check-in and masks are mandatory indoors in council venues and facilities, including our customer service centres.Some services will only be open to fully vaccinated people, including libraries, museums, galleries Treelands Drive Community Centre and the Environment Learning Facility.
Planning to develop in the Clarence Valley? From heritage listings to rezoning and development applications, we're here to help. Lodge a DA, view our online mapping system, create a planning proposal or apply for rezoning.
Planning to develop in the Clarence Valley? Learn about the DA process, request a meeting, book an inspection, or lodge an application or certificate online.
Every property in the Clarence Valley has a zone which dictates that property's development controls. If you're planning a development that sits outside those controls, you'll need to know more about planning proposals to apply for rezoning.
Because the history and heritage of the Clarence Valley is important to us, we want to celebrate and preserve it for future generations.
All Development Applications must undergo a public exhibition period, during which time anyone may make a public submission in relation to the proposal. Find currently gazetted DAs here.
Our online mapping applications are designed to help you find information relating to properties in our Local Government Area.
We provide water and sewer connections in most towns and villages across the Clarence Valley. Find out more about how to connect to council water and sewer services, plus access our Development Service Plans.
The Clarence Valley has more than 2000 backyard swimming pools - and each of them needs to be registered and kept in accordance with legislation.