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.
We offer a range of social and community services, facilities and networks that play an important role in bringing people together, supporting social interaction and encouraging active lifestyles.
Arts and cultural development in the Clarence Valley is growing and ever-changing. Find out more about our galleries, libraries and festivals here.
Find community groups, government departments, sporting clubs, charities, schools and service clubs that support the local community.
We offer funding opportunities to support and empower people and communities to become engaged, to connect and to take local action.Apply for funding or find a grant.
We support event organisers and community groups to deliver events, festivals, sporting celebrations and conferences across the Clarence Valley.
From flower festivals to art shows and nationally-recognised sporting events, the Clarence Valley calendar is packed every year. Find upcoming community events here.
There are 37 halls and several community centres located across the Clarence Valley. Find out where they are and how you can access them.
Want to know more about the Clarence Valley and the people who live here? Check out our community profile.
From our mighty river to the sea, we invite you to participate in the Clarence Valley InFocus photo competition and show us the Clarence through your camera lens.
Head to our community consultations page, Clarence Conversations, to have your say on upcoming projects and potential initiatives.