Junee Shire Council

Stronger Communities Programme - Round 4

Please find attached a letter from Michael McCormack to Mayor Smith regarding the opening of the Stronger Communities Programme.

This grant round is for grants of between $2,500 and $20,000, with up to 20 projects being funded in each f...

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Slow down for stopped emergency vehicles with flashing lights

A new road rule

In April 2018, the NSW Government announced that it would introduce a new road rule requiring motorists to slow down to 40km/h when passing a stopped emergency vehicle displaying blue or red flashing lights on the...

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Council makes it easier to do business in Junee Shire

Opening and running a café, small bar or restaurant in Junee Shire just got easier!

Supporting and growing our local business economy is a priority for Council. We are delighted to partner with Service NSW and the Office of the...

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Documents on Exhibition

Draft Swimming Pool Inspection Program

At is 17 July, 2018 Ordinary Meeting, Council resolved to place a new Draft Swimming Pool Safety Inspection Program on public exhibition.

The Draft Program outlines Council's inspe...

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Murrumbidgee Local Health District New Website

We're delighted to advise the new Murrumbidgee Local Health Disrict Website is now live.

www.mlhd.health.nsw.gov.au

This web site should be the one site you c...

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Funding Opportunities for Community Groups, Small Business and Individuals

Grants are a great way to fund a new project or boost resources for a great initiative your organisation runs.

Please contact Council should you require support for your funding application. Grants for works on Council ...

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Don’t trust your tired self on country roads

Motorists are being cautioned not to trust their tired selves while driving in Junee Shire, with an increase of fatigue related incidences on our local roads.

Junee Shire Council’s Road Safety Officer advises “Many drivers aren’t a...

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Athenium Theatre Funding

Council puts Athenium at top of the list.

Round two of the NSW Government’s Stronger Country Community Fund has earmarked $1.2M for Junee Shire Council.

Council has received a number of very strong application...

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New school zone laws in effect

BE CAREFUL: The government has added seven new school zone offences, each of which comes with a hefty fine.

Get caught queuing across an intersection in a school zone and you’ll now be slugged with a $439 fine. And you’ll get two ...

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Open Letter to Junee Shire Community Members

Dear fellow community members,

I would like to unreservedly apologise to you for the disruption to the kerbside garbage collection service and the way the service was rolled out to you. While there has been improvement, I note delays ...

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Become a Volunteer

The Community Visitor Scheme aims to enrich the quality of life of residents of aged care homes who are socially isolated or lonely, and would benefit from a friendly visitor. The CVS also helps to establish links between people in aged care h...

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CHANGED TRAFFIC CONDITIONS COX & PEEL STREETS, JUNEE

Following extensive road rehabilitation works, including the resurfacing of the Cox/Peel/Main Streets intersections, new traffic arrangements are now in force in that location.

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Green Waste Collection Service

Have you noticed a new green lidded bin at your place? This is your new Green Waste service, which also includes a small bench top bin. This will be collected on the alternate week to your recycling. For information on what to place in these bins,...

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Keep Your Lupin Crops Safe

In October 2016 lupin anthracnose was detected for the first time in commercial crops in south eastern NSW. Natural hosts of lupin anthracnose are not established in NSW and as the known infected crops are relatively isolated, successful era...

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Roads on the Road to Repair

After the wettest winter on record and with the wettest September ever recorded following that, Junee Shire Council’s roads – along with all those in the region – have suffered extensively.

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Message for Seniors' Festival 2016 from the Mayor

The theme for NSW Seniors Festival 2016 is certainly a great reminder, not only to those of us that may be “getting on” but also to those younger members of our community. The fact is, that we are only getting old on the outside. The inside s...

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NSW Govt helps Tech Savvy Seniors get Connected

The Telstra Seniors Starter Bundle is a new plan for seniors who are not connected to the internet to start their online journey through discounted internet costs. It is available to all NSW Seniors Card holders who have previously not been con...

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Kangaroo March Choir

The launch of the Kangaroo March in Wagga saw many Junee children who made up the choir that sang on the day. Also pictured are representatives from Junee including Mayor Neil Smith, Deputy Mayor Pam Halliburton and Councillor Andrew Clinton.

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Country Education Foundation Funding

The Country Education Foundation has announced that over 1,000 scholarships are available to help regional students looking for help with tertiary study. Visit their website https://cef.org.au ...

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Cartridges 4 Planet Ark

Junee Shire Council and the Junee Library are new collection points for recycling printer cartridges. Please help reduce landfill by bringing your old printer cartridges and placing them in the boxes provided.

The collection and recyclin...

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Before and After School Care

Junee OOSH (Outside of School Hours care) is available for preschool and school-aged child care from 7am - 9am and 3pm - 6pm.

They also offer vacation care from 7am to 6pm during school holiday periods.

Junee OOSH is located...

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Eurongilly Landfill to become a Transfer Station


Eurongilly's tip will soon be a thing of the past after Council received State Government funding.

The last rural landfill in the Shire will be converted into a waste transfer station which will include recycling facilities.
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Free Wi-Fi

Need to do a quick online banking transfer?

Need to look something up on the web?

The Junee Visitor Information Centre now has a free wi-fi service available for visitors or locals who need to access the internet. Download speeds wo...

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GEO Prison Build Program

There has been plenty of activity surrounding Prison build housing projects at Junee Correctional Centre in recent months with a dedication ceremony for a home built under the Housing for Humanity (HFH) banner and two more prefabricated 'shells...

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Nabo Community Grants

Dip into $50,000 worth of community grant funding

Nabo has launched the Nabo Community Grants that forms part of our commitment to supporting and strengthening local communities.

The program wil...

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Tai Chi & Community Exercise for Arthritis

Physical Activity increases flexibility, muscle strength, and increase heart/lung activity, aligns posture, improves balance and integrates the mind and body. Thousands of people with arthritis have gained pain relief and better quality of life fr...

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Junee's Neighbourhood Safer Place

Neighbourhood Safer Places are a place of last resort during a bush fire.

They can be used if all other options in your Bush Fire Survival Plan can't be put into action.

You should be aware of any Neighbourhood Safer Places ...

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Community Litter Grants

Funding Available for Community Groups

Keep NSW Beautiful and the NSW Environment Protection Authority (EPA) are running a grants program to resource community groups who want to undertake a project to cut litter in t...

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Changes affecting Wireless Microphone Users

Wireless microphones, in-ear monitoring systems and public announcement systems are used by many community groups (such as schools, clubs and religious organisations) and businesses.

Changes to the use of wireless microphones will tak...

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How to Keep Kids Safe Around Windows

Each year, around 50 children fall from windows or balconies in Australia. Many suffer serious injuries. Sometimes these falls are fatal.

NSW Fair Trading has two great new YouTube videos on child window safety, presented by DIY guru ...

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Pesticide Application Notification

Pesticide application will be carried out in the Junee Shire area from 26 September to 31 December.

Application Sites

Application may take place on:

  • Any or all Council managed playing field...

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Owner-Builder Permits

Owner-builder work is any work (including supervision and coordination) involved in the construction of, or alterations, repairs or additions to, a dwelling:

  • where the reasonable market cost (including labour and materials) exceeds $...

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Download Snap Send Solve

Snap, Send, Solve is a smart phone app that makes it easier to report issues to Council while you are out and about.

The community can report issues such as graffiti and illegally dumped materials by submitting photos and information ...

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NSW Swimming Pool Register

Under the Swimming Pools Amendment Act 2012, all pool owners are now required to register their pool on the State-wide online Swimming Pool Register from 29 April 2013. The Register can be found at

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Biodiversity at the Junee Wastewater Treatment Facility

Mick Summerall, in charge of Junee's waste water treatment facility, has been awarded for the best paper by an operator and best paper overall at the annual NSW Water Industry Operators Association conference.

The presentation focused...

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Information for Residents and Local Businesses

This guide is aimed at helping local residents and businesses to resolve concerns about neighbourhood disturbances related to licensed venues.

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Community Survey Results

COMMUNITY SURVEY REVEALS SATISFIED RESIDENTS IN JUNEE

Junee Shire Council’s 2011 Community Survey has revealed that 76 per cent of Junee residents are either satisfied or very satisfied with Council’s overall performance.

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Community Groups Take Note

Livingjunee is a website created and managed by Junee Community Centre.

The site is available free of charge to all community groups. It was developed so those groups can have a websit...

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Changes affecting Wireless Microphone Users

Wireless microphones, in-ear monitoring systems and public announcement systems are used by many community groups (such as schools, clubs and religious organisations) and businesses.

Changes to the use of wireless microphones will tak...

Read More

Pesticide Application Notification

Pesticide application will be carried out in the Junee Shire area from 26 September to 31 December.

Application Sites

Application may take place on:

  • Any or all Council managed playing field...

Read More

Owner-Builder Permits

Owner-builder work is any work (including supervision and coordination) involved in the construction of, or alterations, repairs or additions to, a dwelling:

  • where the reasonable market cost (including labour and materials) exceeds $...

Read More

Download Snap Send Solve

Snap, Send, Solve is a smart phone app that makes it easier to report issues to Council while you are out and about.

The community can report issues such as graffiti and illegally dumped materials by submitting photos and information ...

Read More

NSW Swimming Pool Register

Under the Swimming Pools Amendment Act 2012, all pool owners are now required to register their pool on the State-wide online Swimming Pool Register from 29 April 2013. The Register can be found at

Read More

GEO Prison Build Program

There has been plenty of activity surrounding Prison build housing projects at Junee Correctional Centre in recent months with a dedication ceremony for a home built under the Housing for Humanity (HFH) banner and two more prefabricated 'shells...

Read More

Tai Chi & Community Exercise for Arthritis

Physical Activity increases flexibility, muscle strength, and increase heart/lung activity, aligns posture, improves balance and integrates the mind and body. Thousands of people with arthritis have gained pain relief and better quality of life fr...

Read More

Biodiversity at the Junee Wastewater Treatment Facility

Mick Summerall, in charge of Junee's waste water treatment facility, has been awarded for the best paper by an operator and best paper overall at the annual NSW Water Industry Operators Association conference.

The presentation focused...

Read More

Information for Residents and Local Businesses

This guide is aimed at helping local residents and businesses to resolve concerns about neighbourhood disturbances related to licensed venues.

Read More

Community Survey Results

COMMUNITY SURVEY REVEALS SATISFIED RESIDENTS IN JUNEE

Junee Shire Council’s 2011 Community Survey has revealed that 76 per cent of Junee residents are either satisfied or very satisfied with Council’s overall performance.

...

Read More

Community Groups Take Note

Livingjunee is a website created and managed by Junee Community Centre.

The site is available free of charge to all community groups. It was developed so those groups can have a websit...

Read More

Junee's Neighbourhood Safer Place

Neighbourhood Safer Places are a place of last resort during a bush fire.

They can be used if all other options in your Bush Fire Survival Plan can't be put into action.

You should be aware of any Neighbourhood Safer Places ...

Read More

Become a Volunteer

The Community Visitor Scheme aims to enrich the quality of life of residents of aged care homes who are socially isolated or lonely, and would benefit from a friendly visitor. The CVS also helps to establish links between people in aged care h...

Read More

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Address: 29 Belmore Street
PO Box 93 Junee, NSW 2663
Phone: 02 6924 8100
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