Hornsby Shire is situated on the lands traditionally owned by the Darug and Guringai people. Hornsby Shire was incorporated in March 1906 with first elections held in November of 1906.
Hornsby Shire thrives from the diverse communities that live here. Council provides services, facilities and events for people from all walks of life.
Council has strict building codes and standards to ensure that all building, renovations and other development work are carried out to a safe standard.
Hornsby Shire is famous for its bushland and waterways. Along with vibrant commercial centres, many sporting facilities and parks, Hornsby Shire a great place to live.
Hornsby Shire Council is directly responsible for 2,000 hectares of bushland. Council manages policies and strategies as well as operate programs to ensure that our bushlands and waterways and the flora dn fauna that live in them are protected.
Hornsby Shire offers a wide range of opportunities for investment, with a highly-skilled local labour force and a business-friendly Council.
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