Bush Fire Recovery
Information for residents affected by bush fires
Useful information about flooding including local road closures
2020 Clarence Valley Australia Day Award Winners
Congratulations to the Clarence Valley Australia Day Award Winners
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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.