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Online Venue Booking

Online Venue Booking

Got an event planned and need a venue? You can now book the Community Village or Cavanbah Centre online...

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Outage Notice

System Outage Notice

Council will be undertaking essential system maintenance on Wednesday 24 July from 5:30pm. A number of systems will be affected...

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Build the Best Bypass

Build the Best Bypass

Coffs Harbour City Council is committed to doing everything we can to ensure the best bypass is built to meet the needs of our community...

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Latest News

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Still: National Still Life Award 2019 - Announcement of Finalists

The shortlist has been revealed for Coffs Harbour Regional Gallery’s Still: National Still Life Award 2019 with 56 artists selected from a record number of entries...

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From Coffs Harbour to Forbes Magazine’s ‘One to Watch’

Karangi local Jess Wilson is an entrepreneur who has taken herself from paddock party-planner to being named as Forbes Magazine’s...

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Library Funding Increase

Coffs’ Library Users Set to Benefit from State Funding

Council’s Library Service is celebrating the news it will receive a 37% increase in funding this year from the NSW Government...

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Sewerage and Reclaimed Water

 

Reclaimed Water Quality

Coffs Harbour Water monitors the quality of the treated water discharged from our water reclamation plants to meet NSW EPA requirements.

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Sewage at Home

Your home is connected to the Council sewer system.

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Onsite Sewage

If your home is not connected to Council's reticulated sewerage system then you are likely to dispose of your wastewater via an on-site sewage management system.

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Pollution Incidents

Council's process to handle pollution incidents aims to ensure that hazards to the environment, human health and safety are minimised, if not completely eliminated.

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