Welcome to Glen Innes Severn Council
Glen Innes Severn Council covers an area of 5,487 sq. km, and is located in the beautiful New England area of N.S.W., servicing the town of Glen Innes and villages of Deepwater, Emmaville, Glencoe and Red Range.
The Glen Innes Severn area is known as Glen Innes Highlands (Celtic Country), and is the home of the Australian Standing Stones, where the Australian Celtic Festival is celebrated annually in May.
Local Heritage Assistance Funding 2017-2018
Documents and Policies
TEMPORARY CLOSURE OF POLHILL ROAD Please be advised that Polhill Road will be closed (west of the...
VACANCIES AT OUT OF SCHOOL HOURS SERVICE
Council’s Out of School Hours Care (OOSH) service extends a warm invitation to families who are...
2016/17 REPORT TO AGM: AUSTRALIAN STANDING STONES MANAGEMENT BOARD
The Australian Standing Stones Management Board held its Annual General Meeting for 2017 on 16...
HAVE YOUR SAY ON NEW PLANS FOR REGION’S THIRD WIND FARM
Plans for the construction of a third wind farm in the Northern Tablelands are steaming ahead, with...
ROLLOUT OF NEW RECYCLING BINS
Glen Innes Severn Council is rolling out 2,000 new 240 litre mobile recycling bins for Glen Innes...
**AUGUST COUNCIL MEETING
The next Council Meeting will be held on Thursday, 24 August at the Glen Innes Severn Learning Centre Conference Room, starting at 6.00pm The Business Paper will be available for viewing on Council's website at http://www.gisc.nsw.gov.au from approximately 5.00pm on Friday, 18 August, and in the reception foyer of Council's Offices at 265 Grey Street and 136 Church Street from Monday, 21 August. A Public Forum will be held for 15 minutes before the start of the Council meeting, at 5.45pm. Residents wishing to address the Public Forum are kindly requested to contact the Executive Assistant, Debbie Duffell, on 6730 2316 by 12 noon on Wednesday, 23 August.
Some of the reports included within the Business Paper are:
- The Annual Triquetra Awards (associated with the area’s Celtic Culture and Festival activities);
- Review of the Glen Innes Pedestrian Access and Mobility Plan;
- Closed Circuit TV Policy.
Members of the community are encouraged to contact Councillors prior to the meeting if they have any questions or concerns about any reports within the Business paper. Councillor contact information is available on the Council Structure tab.
**PUBLIC EXHIBITION OF CHANGES TO FEES AND CHARGES