Beyond rates, roads and rubbish, we manage several environmental plans, services, and initiatives.
Trees play a key role in our ecosystem. They help to provide habitat for wildlife, connect our green corridors, clean our air and cool our streets.
Pest species such as feral animals and weeds can have a significant impact on our local livestock, wildlife and natural bushland.
Learn about water and sewer services in the Clarence Valley. This includes data information, water extraction and rebate programs.
These annual awards are aimed at recognising outstanding contributions or achievements which enhance environmental, economic and social sustainability.
Backyard burning without approval is only permitted in certain areas of the Clarence Valley, and at certain times of the year. Find out when and how to gain approval for burning.
The coastal emu and koala populations in our region are under threat. Working together, we can help protect these endangered species and their habitats.