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THE CONDITIONS ARE RIGHT FOR PLANTING TREES!

This planting season, Council staff have successfully planted over 120 advanced trees, made up of 35 different species, in Council parks and road rese...

PLAY BY THE RULES

Stop Poor Sideline Behaviour in Junior Sport A message from the Central Coast Community Safety Partnership Committee. For further information and a to...

ULVERSTONE HISTORY PRECINCT REVIEW PROJECT

The Early Concept Plans have arrived for the Ulverstone History Precinct Review Project. Community forums will be held on Thursday 17 August and Frida...

BUSINESS BREAKFAST – 21 SEPTEMBER 2017

CHANGES TO DOMESTIC WASTE COLLECTION SERVICE

A new contractor, Veolia Environmental Services, has been engaged by the Council to undertake the domestic waste collection service and will commence ...

LENDING A HAND – IT’S IN OUR NATURE

Volunteering in Central Coast A new publication, “Lending A Hand – It’s In Our Nature” was launched during Volunteer Week 2017...

ROAD SHOULDERING PROGRAM

The Council wishes to advise Central Coast residents and motorists that the annual road shouldering program on arterial roads has commenced. The shoul...

CAPEWEED CONTROL PROGRAM

The Council wishes to advise residents that a chemical control program for Capeweed in nature strips, parks and reserves will commence shortly in the ...

BREASTSCREEN TASMANIA MOBILE BUS RETURNING TO ULVERSTONE

The BreastScreen Tasmania Mobile bus is scheduled to arrive in Ulverstone on 17 July and will be here until 15 September.

ULVERSTONE HISTORY PRECINCT REVIEW PROJECT

The Ulverstone History Precinct at 48 Main Street, Ulverstone is a valued feature of the Central Coast area. As home to the Ulverstone History Museum ...

REINVIGORATED ‘COAST TO CANYON’ BRAND

The Council has been working closely with the community through a number of workshops and focus groups to review and reinvigorate the ‘Coast to Cany...

BETTER COUNCILS BETTER COMMUNITIES CAMPAIGN

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COLES AND FURNER’S CAR PARK UPGRADE

The Council has partnered with Furner’s Hotel and Coles to reconstruct and upgrade the car parking area from King Edward Street through to and behin...

ATTENTION TOURISTS!

Making Tasmania’s Central Coast a better place to visit. If you are visiting the Central Coast or if you know someone who has recently visited, ...

Community Survey 2015

Thank you to those residents who took the time to respond to our 2015 Community Survey. A summary and the full report are now available to view. You c...

Load Limit | Gunns Plains

Load limit applied to South Riana Road, Gunns Plains. As a result of the recent weather events, South Riana Road, Gunns Plains (hill section west of L...

The Healthy Food Recipe Campaign

The Healthy Food Recipe campaign is part of the Central Coast Local Food Security Strategy. → see all recipes here ‘Healthy Food Recipes’ courte...

Nbn In The Central Coast Area

Planning and construction for the nbn is underway in the town centres of Penguin and Ulverstone, including parts of Leith and Forth.