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  • Hornsby Quarry aerial photo

    Help plan your parkland

    Posted: Wednesday 15 February, 2017

    Hornsby Shire Council is beginning the largest and most exciting project in its history – and we want your help.

  • Hornsby Council welcomes amalgamation announcement

    Posted: Wednesday 15 February, 2017

    Hornsby Shire Council has welcomed the NSW Government’s announcement that it will move forward with the proposed amalgamation of Hornsby and Ku-ring-gai councils.

  • Mayor at Storey Park

    Storey Park plan approved

    Posted: Monday 13 February, 2017

    At last week’s meeting Hornsby Shire Council unanimously approved the plans for the new Storey Park Community Centre in Asquith.

  • Crosslands closed due to extreme weather

    Posted: Friday 10 February, 2017

    Crosslands Reserve will remain closed until Wednesday 15 February due to extreme weather and potential high hire danger.

  • South Dural planning proposal will not proceed

    Posted: Thursday 9 February, 2017

    Hornsby Shire Council has halted its evaluation of the South Dural Planning Proposal until an infrastructure plan is prepared with the support of the NSW Government.

  • Hornsby Shire residents lend a helping hand

    Posted: Wednesday 8 February, 2017

    A great day was had by all at Hornsby Shire Council’s Australia Day Pool Party, with plenty of sun, smiles and sizzling sausages.

  • Your recycling counts

    Posted: Friday 3 February, 2017

    The residents of Hornsby Shire have proved they are waste wise, recycling more than 91,000 tonnes in 2016.

  • Hornsby Mayor: "Not all councils are against amalgamation"

    Posted: Thursday 2 February, 2017

    Hornsby Shire Mayor Steve Russell has issued a statement reinforcing the need for Local Government Reform.

  • rabbit

    Vaccinate Your Pet Rabbit

    Posted: Tuesday 31 January, 2017

    Rabbits owners in Hornsby Shire are being urged to vaccinate their pets, as the new strain of RHDV virus will be released at the end of February.

  • Sunset Sessions

    Sunset Sessions in Hornsby Mall

    Posted: Wednesday 25 January, 2017

    Hornsby Mall is the place to be throughout February, with Hornsby Shire Council’s Sunset Sessions bringing live music and a great party every Friday night.

  • MobileForAMeal

    Mobile for a Meal

    Posted: Friday 13 January, 2017

    Recycle your mobile with MobileMuster in January and February and OzHarvest will deliver a meal to an Australian in need.

  • Council's push to move powerlines underground

    Posted: Thursday 12 January, 2017

    Hornsby Shire Council is embarking on an active campaign to remove overhead power lines from our neighbourhoods.

  • Dumping around clothing bins

    Charities rely on donations, not rubbish

    Posted: Tuesday 3 January, 2017

    Items that are dumped around charity bins cost charities thousands of dollars each year and damage our environment.

  • RFS Station

    Council to build new RFS station

    Posted: Friday 16 December, 2016

    It’s official that Hornsby Shire Council is going to build a new Rural Fire Station in Berowra, with the plans approved at this week’s meeting.

  • Asquith Park

    Inclusive playgrounds for everybody

    Posted: Friday 16 December, 2016

    From now on Hornsby Shire Council will ensure that new and refurbished playgrounds offer inclusive play, giving everybody a chance to be involved together.

  • Be careful of asbestos at Westleigh site

    Posted: Monday 12 December, 2016

    Council is warning the public that some asbestos has been found on the Westleigh site that was purchased from Sydney Water this year.

  • Mountain bike trail reopening delayed

    Posted: Friday 9 December, 2016

    The project to realign Hornsby Mountain Bike Trail has been delayed and the trail will not open before Christmas as intended.

  • New laws for boat trailers

    New laws for boat trailers

    Posted: Thursday 8 December, 2016

    Hornsby Shire Council has joined other councils across Sydney to enforce new laws that make it illegal to park boat trailers on residential streets for an unlimited time.

  • Mayor at cricket oval

    Council's major investment in local cricket

    Posted: Tuesday 6 December, 2016

    Hornsby Shire Council is spending close to $300,000 improving cricket facilities across the shire for players of all ages.

  • South Dural submission period extended

    Posted: Tuesday 6 December, 2016

    Hornsby Shire Council has extended the submission period for the South Dural Planning Proposal by three weeks, with a new deadline of 23 December.