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  • Found injured wildlife?

    Found injured wildlife? Who are you going to call?

    Your actions could save a life. If you see a wild animal suffering, there are a number of specialised volunteer groups that can help.

    For more information, visit the Council website.

  • Book a FREE Council clean up

    Cumberland City Council encourages residents to take advantage of Council's four free clean-ups per year.

    We would like to remind residents to keep waste piles at a maximum of 2 cubic metres for collection.

    To book a Council clean-up, visit the Council website or call 0287579000.

  • Have your say on how Artificial Intelligence is used

    The NSW Government is looking how Artificial Intelligence can be used to benefit the community and is taking actions to ensure that AI is used safely, ethically and effectively. The NSW Government have an AI Strategy that outlines our vision for the use of AI, and ensures transparency, fairness and accountability.

    Our strategy sets out the practical steps we will take as we develop more uses for AI. It includes an Ethics Policy and User Guide based on these principles:

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  • Help shape the future of strata in NSW

    If you own, live or rent in a strata property, such as a townhouse or apartment, or work in strata, the NSW Government want to hear your views on how the laws are working.

    Strata laws affect more than one million people living and working in strata schemes across NSW, which will increase as our population grows.

    Strata living can provide a friendly community-style environment and as strata living continues to change, we want to understand your experience.

    We are reviewing the laws...

  • Review of laws for residential land lease communities

    Have Your Say on a review of residential land leases in NSW.

    There are more than 35,000 people living in over 500 residential land lease communities across NSW.

    In a residential land lease community, you own the home you live in, but lease the land from the community operator.

    The NSW Government is reviewing the Residential (Land Lease) Communities Act 2013. These laws cover permanent sites in caravan and residential parks and set out the rights and responsibilities of residents and...

  • Advocate for Children & Young People Act

    The Department of Communities and Justice is seeking feedback on the Advocate for Children and Young People Act 2014.

    The Department of Communities and Justice (DCJ) is reviewing the Advocate for Children and Young People Act 2014 on behalf of the Minister for Families, Communities and Disability Services and the Minister for Mental Health, Regional Youth and Women. Both Ministers are responsible for the Act.

    The Act established the statutory office of the Advocate for Children and...

  • Making home ownership more achievable in NSW

    The NSW Government wants to help the people of NSW achieve the Australian dream of home ownership and grow the NSW economy.

    To help make this happen, the Government is considering a once in a generation change of giving home buyers the choice to pay either stamp duty and land tax (where applicable) or a new smaller annual property tax.

    The NSW Government wants you to Have Your Say on these changes.

    On their website you will find futher information, a Quick Poll, a Survey, and an...

  • Online payments and requests

    We have linked all of our online services to provide customers with easy access to requests, payments, applications, bookings, forms and online waste services.

  • Customer Service

    Our Customer Service team are contactable Monday - Friday, 8am - 4:30pm, to assist with your enquiries.

    Ways you can get in touch:

  • Library hours update

    For the continued safety of our community, and for the purpose of contact tracing, we are required to keep a record of visitors to the library. All visitors who enter the library must sign in with their name, address, and phone number.

    The new measures in place for libraries include:

    • Public computer usage limited to 60 minutes per customer per day.
    • Public computer numbers are limited and must be reserved prior to use. Visit:
    • Staff cannot...
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