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Catch up with the Council Catch Up!
Read the latest edition on the Council Catch Up - Council's community newsletter. In this edition: Council welcomes Regional Airport funding, Book Week set to be huge at Griffith City Library, Friends of Griffith Pound launch desexing program, and...Read more
Bush Summit postponed to 2022
Organisers of The Daily Telegraph Bush Summit have advised Griffith City Council that due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Griffith Summit will not occur this year. The Bush Summit will be rescheduled for Griffith to 2022, with a date to be advised....Read More
Railway Street car park now open
Construction has been completed on a new public car park located at the corner of Railway Street and Ulong Street (69 Railway Street) Griffith.Read More
Griffith Spring Fest cancelled for a second year in a row
The Griffith Spring Fest Working Group and the Griffith Tourism Team have made the tough decision to cancel Griffith Spring Fest, Griffith’s flagship festival, for 2021 due to the rising concerns around COVID-19 in NSW.Read more
Grass Roots is back!
Grass Roots under 30’s open mic is back and Griffith Regional Theatre wants all young musos to get on stage and show off their talent on Sunday 8 August.Read More
Vandalism putting lives at risk
Griffith City Council is seeking information relating to a series of thefts which have the potential to put lives at risk. Over the last several weeks, a ‘STOP’ sign has been stolen from the intersection of Scenic Drive and Rifle Range Road, creating...Read More
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Garden Project – 2021/2022 Capital Works Program
At the last Ordinary Meeting of Council, Council resolved to consult with the community on the Garden Project 2021/22.Read more