Bush Fire Recovery
Information for residents affected by bush fires
Level 1 Water Restrictions
Level 1 Water Restrictions have now commenced. Read about what that means for you.
Council Meetings InformationAgendas and minutes
2020 Clarence Valley Australia Day Awards Nominees
Have a look at the 2020 Australia Day Nominees
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We recognise the Bundjalung, Gumbaynggirr and Yaegl people as the traditional owners and custodians of this local government area.
Media Release - 15 January 2020
Council is seeking community feedback on suitable new names for the four sections of the current highway
Media Release - 14 January 2020
A flying-fox camp has recently established in South Grafton containing three species of flying-fox
Media Release - 10 January 2020
In partnership with the Office of Emergency Management (OEM) Clarence Valley Council has set up a Disaster Welfare Recovery Assistance Point for communities and residents in recovery.
As the devastating bushfire season continues in southern NSW, Victoria and South Australia the clean-up in the Clarence Valley is picking up momentum.