Council has a diverse range of projects, programs and issues and it is important the community is informed of changes, advances and achievements in these areas.
Council regularly releases media releases ensuring the positive achievements of the Council and important information are communicated to the Hawkesbury Community. Council has weekly notices in the Hawkesbury Courier providing important information to the Community.
For more information on news and events, please contact Council’s Public Relations Coordinator on
(02) 4560 4430 or email email@example.com.
Rotarians and the community join forces in the fight against Graffiti3 November 2017
Windsor Rotarians and community members joined forces on Sunday, 29 October 2017 to participate in this year’s Graffiti Removal Day at Youl Place Reserve, Bligh Park. The efforts of those involved in this annual event are greatly appreciated by the organisers and the local community in reinforcing this year’s theme “Love where we live!”
Live and Local Hawkesbury3 November 2017
Hawkesbury City Council has received grant funding of $20,000 through the Create NSW (formerly Arts NSW) ‘Live and Local’ Strategic Initiative. The funding provides the opportunity for Council to work with the Live Music Office to develop bespoke local music events.
Winners of the 2017 Hawkesbury Garden Competition19 October 2017
Winners of the 2017 Hawkesbury Garden Competition were announced at the presentation evening held at Windsor RSL on Wednesday, 18 October.37 entries in eight categories were received and judge, Mr Patrick McManus had a hard job judging the high quality gardens.
Community sessions about Council’s Draft Supplementary Resourcing Strategy and Delivery Programs17 October 2017
Do you want to comment on Council’s Draft Supplementary Resourcing Strategy and Delivery Programs? Now is your chance, while Council currently has these important draft documents on public exhibition until Friday, 10 November 2017.Community members are also invited to come and discuss the plans with Council staff on Thursday, 2 November 6pm to 8pm at the Stan Stevens Room, Deerubbin Centre, 300 George Street, Windsor and also on Monday, 6 November from 3pm to 5:30pm at North Richmond Community Centre.
The history of Cockatoo Island17 October 2017
The history of Cockatoo Island will be the focus of a presentation at the next Hawkesbury Family History Group meeting on Wednesday, 8 November.
Giant book sale @ your Library17 October 2017
Come along to the giant book sale at Hawkesbury Central Library at Windsor from 9am on Thursday, 16 November and until Tuesday, 21 November during Library opening hours - until stocks run out.
Free author talk – Judy Nunn17 October 2017
Award winning, best-selling author Judy Nunn will visit at Hawkesbury Central Library on Tuesday, 14 November from 10:30am to 12pm to talk about her latest novel, Sanctuary.
Museum secures grant for Howe House improvements16 October 2017
Hawkesbury Regional Museum in Windsor has been successful in its application for $15,000 funding under the Museum and Gallery Building Improvement Program run by Museums and Galleries NSW. The grant will be used to improve damp and mould issues, currently affecting Historic Howe House.
Spring Jazz in the park13 October 2017
Proudly sponsored by Hawkesbury City Council, Kurrajong Community Forum presents ‘Jazz in the Park,’ which will entice residents to the Kurrajong Memorial Park on Saturday, 21 October, 5-9pm.
Organic Gardening – free workshop13 October 2017
Come along to a free workshop all about organic gardening on Tuesday, 14 November from 2pm to 3:30pm. Hawkesbury EarthCare will provide tips and tricks on how to garden organically, including composting, the use of natural fertilisers and natural pest remedies.The workshop will be held at Hawkesbury Central Library, Deerubbin Centre, 300 George Street, Windsor. Bookings are essential via www.hawkesburylibrary.eventbrite.com or call 4560 4460.
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