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This is the Clarence Valley Council's dedicated community consultation space where you can help shape your own neighbourhood by providing us with your thoughts on all sorts of topics.

It's your opportunity to give us your advice so we can advocate more effectively on your behalf to other levels of government which are responsible for delivering key services and infrastructure to this community.

Join in the conversation today by visiting any of the open consultations or advocacy projects and help us shape your neighbourhood!


Clarence Valley Council values your involvement, invites you to have your say and encourages you to tell your colleagues, friends and neighbours so they can have their say, too.

So let's get chatting ... Clarence Valley.

Let's start talking

This is the Clarence Valley Council's dedicated community consultation space where you can help shape your own neighbourhood by providing us with your thoughts on all sorts of topics.

It's your opportunity to give us your advice so we can advocate more effectively on your behalf to other levels of government which are responsible for delivering key services and infrastructure to this community.

Join in the conversation today by visiting any of the open consultations or advocacy projects and help us shape your neighbourhood!


Clarence Valley Council values your involvement, invites you to have your say and encourages you to tell your colleagues, friends and neighbours so they can have their say, too.

So let's get chatting ... Clarence Valley.

Consultation has concluded
  • Roads to sustainability....have your say and help secure the future today!

    about 4 years ago
    Roads to sustainability

    Council needs your views to help make the most well-informed decisions about which community services and projects to continue funding.

    Council needs more income and to cut expenditure in some discretionary areas to remain viable in the long term.

    We know some of the proposed measures are not going to be popular, but continuing to spend more than we are earning is not an option.

    Council will consider these measures when it meets in October, but wants your feedback to inform that decision-making process.

    Roads to sustainability....have your say and help secure the future today!



    Council needs your views to help make the most well-informed decisions about which community services and projects to continue funding.

    Council needs more income and to cut expenditure in some discretionary areas to remain viable in the long term.

    We know some of the proposed measures are not going to be popular, but continuing to spend more than we are earning is not an option.

    Council will consider these measures when it meets in October, but wants your feedback to inform that decision-making process.

    Roads to sustainability....have your say and help secure the future today!



  • Yamba Sewerage - Update on Drilling

    by Executive Support, about 4 years ago
    Lot 262 layout

    Yamba’s surprise shipping containers explained

    The sight of double stacked shipping containers on the vacant lot next to Yamba’s Pegasus Motel is generating plenty of discussion and theories in and around the coastal town, according to the Clarence Valley Council’s acting works and civil director, Greg Mashiah.

    Mr Mashiah said the containers, and a number of other activities around the area, were related to the Yamba sewerage augmentation and associated ebb-tide release infrastructure.

    “The work includes construction of a pipeline between the Yamba sewage treatment plant and the ebb-tide release point, which is next to the Iluka ebb-tide release point...

    Yamba’s surprise shipping containers explained

    The sight of double stacked shipping containers on the vacant lot next to Yamba’s Pegasus Motel is generating plenty of discussion and theories in and around the coastal town, according to the Clarence Valley Council’s acting works and civil director, Greg Mashiah.

    Mr Mashiah said the containers, and a number of other activities around the area, were related to the Yamba sewerage augmentation and associated ebb-tide release infrastructure.

    “The work includes construction of a pipeline between the Yamba sewage treatment plant and the ebb-tide release point, which is next to the Iluka ebb-tide release point on the northern side of the shipping channel,” he said.

    “This will require drilling about 1650 metres of pipeline under the Clarence River from next to the Pegasus Hotel to the release point.

    “The shipping containers are simply there as a noise abatement measure.

    “Council’s original investigations suggested that drilling would need to have been undertaken 24 hours a day, seven days a week, but the contractors have proposed a different drilling method that, for the most part, will only require work between 7am and 6pm.

    “This will reduce the impact on neighbours, but council will monitor the works to make sure noise levels are not excessive.

    “Drilling work is expected to start in early July and be finished by the middle of October."

    A fortnightly update of the construction works is available at www.clarence.nsw.gov.au/yambasewer

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