Water notice timings
We have changed the water billing cycle. From September bills will be issued three times a year, rather than quarterly.
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G'Day! Get the lowdown, be inspired. This is the What? Where? When? How? and Why? Of the Clarence Valley.
As the news about novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to develop find the latest information about our services.
We are excited to provide the Clarence Valley Grant Finder to all local businesses, community groups, not-for-profits and individuals.
Report a problem such as a pothole, abandoned vehicle or request a service.
Book a park, building or sports field via our self service portal
Our Development Application tracker allows you to view details of applications lodged since 1 January 2015.
Your compliments, suggestions or complaints help us learn what we are doing well and how we can improve our service.
Making a submission is an important way of being heard. Your views are valued as part of Council's decision making.
Making a comment on a DA gives affected groups and individuals an important way to raise their support or objections.
Pay your rates, water and debtor accounts online quickly and easily.
Work with a council that values its employees and provides a progressive, rewarding and flexible working environment.
Access a range of interactive maps, including information on zoning.
We recognise the Bundjalung, Gumbaynggirr and Yaegl people as the traditional owners and custodians of this local government area.
Media Release - 1 July 2020
The Clarence Valley economy will receive an economic boost as Councillors vote to adopt the 2020-21 budget
SPECIAL NOTICE - 20 MAY 2020
Downloading the app is something you can do to protect you, your family and friends, and save the lives of other Australians.
Media Release - 14 May 2020
Staff members at the Clarence Valley Council Animal Pound are continuing to work hard to re home animals in need. 159 animals have found forever homes so far this financial year.
MEDIA RELEASE - 7 MAY 2020
Many residents may not be aware that Level 1 water restrictions remain in place in the Clarence Valley.