The following COVID-19 health measures have been reintroduced in NSW:- Masks are compulsory in all indoor settings, including offices, unless eating or drinking. - Check in is required at all council venues.
Did you know that 97% of all disaster funding is spent on the clean-up and just 3% on mitigation, preparedness and resilience?
The Resilient Clarence program aims to address this imbalance. The year-long program intends to capture and share examples of local resilience after the unprecedented 2019/20 bushfires. Through community-led workshops and events, those impacted by the fires can support and inspire each other, build capacity, reconnect with nature and share (cultural) knowledge.
Information about Council's 2021/22 Resilient Clarence program in partnership with Red Cross, Clarence Landcare, Vinnies, Envite and other community and environmental recovery organisations.
Find out more about our new Resilient Clarence collection, curated by the Clarence Regional Library. These disaster resilience adult and children's books are available in all Clarence Valley Libraries and through the Mobile Library.