Bellingen Shire Council, with the assistance of the Heritage Branch of the Department of
NSW Bushfire Community Recovery Information
The NSW Government has set up a bushfire customer care service to help people and businesses. No matter where you are in your bushfire recovery process; whether you need a single service or a specialist to guide you every step of the way, Service NSW is here to help get your business going again.
To find out more, simply click on the follwoing link: NSW Bushfire Community Recovery Information
Thinking of running for Local Government?
The next Local Government election will be held on Saturday, 12 September 2020, therefore it’s timely to consider contributing to our local community and becoming a Councillor.
To find out more about the role of a Councillor and information on the nomination process visit Council's Create Page via the link below:
Bridge Flood Camera Network
To enhance our community’s preparedness for disaster events, Council has installed a network of four Bridge Flood Cameras across our Shire to provide our community with real-time information and warnings by monitoring river levels and flood impacts on local bridges.
During normal conditions bridge camera images will be updated every 30 minutes and each image is time and date stamped, within the black footer in the bottom right hand side of the image, to identify when the image was taken.
To access bridge cameras and real-time images, simply click on the following link: Bridge Flood Camera Network
Flood Camera Disclaimer
The images on this page are provided from an automated system. There is no validation of this information. It is the responsibility of the internet user to make their own decision about the currency, accuracy and completeness of the information on this web page and the images. Bellingen Shire Council accepts no responsibility for any loss or damage incurred as a result of this information or its use in any way.
Level C Water Restrictions Introduced to Bellingen Shire
Following heavy rainfall and sustained high river levels and a positive rainfall forecast, Council is moving water restrictions to Level C effective Monday 10 February 2020.
A summary of Level C – Water Conservation Measures are:
- The use of sprinklers is prohibited between the hours on 9.00am to 4.00pm
Council will be continuously monitoring the river levels and will modify the restriction levels as required.
A Water Restrictions Table outlining what is permitted in all levels of water restrictions can be found by clicking on the following link: Stay Water Smart .
Create Community Engagement Hub: Includes Council Projects & Documents On Exhibition