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COUNCIL OFFICE CLOSURE NOTICE: King’s Birthday Public Holiday, Monday 12 June 2023
Council offices will be closed on Monday 12 June. Some of Council’s services and facilities are closed or have changes, however essential services will continue to operate. Full details here. For urgent reports or issues, call Council on 02 4306 7900.  Non-urgent reports, requests and enquiries can be lodged online through Council's online Customer Service Centre.

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Harvest Festival 2023

This is a rare chance to take a glimpse behind the farm gate as you explore rural farming communities and their picturesque heritage villages right here on the Central Coast.

10 - 11 June 2023

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Your Voice - Our Coast is an online hub, where you can provide real input and direction into the projects and initiatives affecting our area and our region. Whether it be playgrounds, parks or major infrastructure this is the place to share your thoughts, ideas and opinions. Help shape your community, your region, your future.

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    Have your say about your water and sewer services
    Central Coast Council Water and Sewer is seeking feedback from Central Coast residents and businesses about Council’s water and sewer services.The community is encouraged to share their feedback in an online survey which was launched on Council’s website on Monday, 5 June. Community participation will help identify Council’s water and sewer key focus areas moving forward. Greater participation in the survey will ensure that Council’s water and sewer services and investment are focussed towards the areas that our customers and community values most.The survey is the third and final phase of the current community consultation, however Council will continue to engage with the community into the future. Phases one and two consisted of face-to-face forums and focus groups.
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    Infrastructure works across the Coast this week
    This week there is a hive of activity across the Coast with numerous work in progress to upgrade, renew, maintain, or improve community facilities and services. Here’s some highlights:Water and sewer – the major water and sewer upgrade project at Gosford CBD continues.
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    Weekly road update
    Road works continue this week to fill potholes (temporary repairs to reduce safety hazards) and longer-term road repairs which help prevent potholes from occurring, including heavy patching (section repairs) or road renewals (whole road rehabilitation):This week, some of the road work being undertaken includes:•    Avoca, Ridgway Rd (road pavement and associated works)•    Berkeley Vale (potholes) •    Budgewoi (potholes) •    Buff Point (potholes) •    Davistown, Davistown Rd, (road rehabilitation)•    Erina, Ilya Ave (road pavement works)•    Ettalong Beach (potholes) •    Forresters Beach (potholes) •    Kincumber (potholes) •    Lake Munmorah (potholes) •    Lake Munmorah, Elizabeth Bay Dr, (heavy patching)•    Lisarow (potholes) •    Long Jetty (potholes) •    Ourimbah, Glen Rd, (heavy patching)•    Patonga (potholes) •    Pearl Beach (potholes) •    Saratoga, Broadwater Dr, (heavy patching)•    Saratoga, High St (heavy patching)•    The Entrance, The Entrance Rd, (heavy patching)•    Umina, Sydney Ave (road pavement works) •    Woy Woy (potholes) •    Yattalunga, Elvys Ave (heavy patching)Crews are also doing undertaking road grading at Central Mangrove (Barnes Rd, Hallards Rd),  Lemon Tree (Dooralong Rd), Peats Ridge (Bushels Rd), Somersby (Smiths Rd),  Wyong Creek (Macadamia Lane), Yarramalong (Bunning Creek Rd (road grading), and on Umina lanes.PHOTO:
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    CALLING ALL ARTISTS: $28,500 prize pool on offer for Central Coast National Art Prize
    Artists from around Australia are invited to submit works to compete for the Central Coast’s major institutional art prize, the annual Gosford Art Prize.The Gosford Regional Gallery is accepting submissions online now until entries close on 24 July 2023 at 4pm.Gosford Art Prize offers an exciting range of opportunities for the visual artists working in any art form to showcase their work to a large audinece and potentially become an acquisition of the Central Coast's art collection.The list of prize categories in Gosford Art Prize 2023 include:First Prize $15,000Second Prize $5,000Aboriginal Artist Prize $2,500Gosford Ceramics Prize $2,500Highly Commended (three prizes) $1,000 eachViewer’s Choice Award $500Gosford Art Prize is known for making a real difference to an artist’s career.
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