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.
As a council, it's our role to assist in emergency management, bushfire prevention, preparedness and recovery.
Head to the Clarence Valley Disaster Dashboard for live and essential information on local flood, fire, and health events, plus road closures and more.
Like most of Australia, the Clarence Valley is prone to severe weather events including floods, bushfires, heatwaves and severe storms. The best way to minimise their impact is to be prepared.
Find emergency contacts and local resources for fire, flood and heatwaves, plus information on the COVID-19 pandemic.
Recovery from floods, bushfires and other natural disasters can be a long and sometimes overwhelming process. We're committed to helping our residents along the way.
The information on MyRoadInfo is based on the information collected at discrete points in time, it is not a representation of the real-time status of roads.