Bush Fire Recovery
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Level 1 Water Restrictions
On Monday 16 December Level 1 Water Restrictions will start. Read about what that means for you.
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Media Release - 5 December 2019
Level one Water Restrictions will start in the Clarence Valley on Monday 16 December. The trigger for introducing Level one restrictions is when the Nymboida River flow drops and Shannon Creek reaches 80% capacity.
Media Release - 25 November 2019
Clarence Valley Council won the Bronze award for Destination Marketing at the recent NSW Tourism Awards 2019 in Sydney for My Clarence Valley.
Media Release - 5 November 2019
The revitalisation of two important community spaces in Grafton is underway.
Media Release - 28 October 2019
Submissions are invited and any additional information is welcome to be provided to document the history of the area.