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RIDE TO SCHOOL DAY 2017 - EAST ULVERSTONE PRIMARY SCHOOL

On Friday, 17 March 2017, the Mayor joined 22 East Ulverstone Primary School students, teachers and parents to ride the 2.5 km shared pathway from the Ulverstone Wharf Precinct to the East Ulverstone Primary school...

Better Councils Better Communities Campaign

Learn about the range of important services councils deliver to their communities...

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 Canyon’ brand. Feedback from the community indicated the two things most valued about Central Coast were: first and foremost, the community and its people; and secondly, our fantastic natural assets, agricultural and environment...

RESOURCE RECOVERY CENTRE - FREE E-WASTE

E-waste drop-off event 2017 - 1 March to 9 April

Until 9 April the Council will be accepting e-waste FREE OF CHARGE at the Central Coast Resource Recovery Centre, 106 Lobster Creek Road, West Ulverstone...

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 behind the Coles Supermarket...

ATTENTION TOURISTS!

Making Tasmania's Central Coast a better place to visit. If visiting the Central Coast or planning a future visit, we invite you to assist us in making our 'patch' even better by filling out the 'Central Coast Visitors Survey'...

Healthy Food Recipes

‘Healthy Food Recipes’ courtesy of Central Coast cafés and restaurants. These healthy food recipes are also posted on the Council’s Facebook Page....

LOAD LIMIT | GUNNS PLAINS

Load limit applied to South Riana Road, Gunns Plains.

TASMANIAN FLOOD RECOVERY TASKFORCE | FACT SHEETS

The Tasmanian Flood Recovery Taskforce have released a series of fact sheets for communities affected by the recent floods.

REMOVAL OF DRIFTWOOD AND RESOURCES IN PUBLIC AREAS

An update for community members relating to the removal of driftwood and resources in public areas.

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.