Burnie City Council is offering free parking on the Saturdays leading up to Christmas in the multi-storey car park (7, 14 and 21 of December 2013).
www.asbestosawareness.com.au aims to alert Australians of the dangers of working with asbestos during home renovations and maintenance and educate them about where asbestos might be found in and around the home.
A key is needed to access the Liberty Swing.The Liberty Swing key provides access to all Liberty Swings throughout Australia. Council encourages families to have a permanent key, so that they can enjoy the swing at all times. Council provides a free key to families.
Burnie City Council is calling for the community's comment on the concept of residential development on the Les Clark land.
The Minister for Planning has declared the Burnie Interim Planning Scheme 2013 to apply for all land in the Burnie Council municipal district from Saturday 19 October 2013.
Proudly presented by 7BU, City of Burnie Lions Club, Burnie Emu Bay Lions Club and the Burnie Leo Club. The 2013 Christmas Parade will be held on Friday 20 December with entertainment starting from 5:30pm.
When: Friday, 20 December 2013
Where: Burnie CBD
Time: Entertainment starts from 5:30pm
Contact: For more information phone 0427 505 919 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Council wishes to advise the public of substantial planned road works to the full road width for a length of 800 metres on West Mooreville Road, South of East Cam Road.
Some traffic delays are expected to occur during construction. Works are scheduled to occur from Monday, 14 October to Friday, 21 December 2013 subject to weather.
Please observe all signage during these times.
For further enquiries, please contact Council’s Team Leader – Civil Construction Larry Arnol on 0419 148 143.
Burnie City Council has welcomed the release of the Heads of Agreement between Council and the University of Tasmania, which covers a proposed $8 million project at West Park.
The Burnie Youth Council would like to see a community noticeboard installed in Burnie to provide a central location for youth to find out about events happening on the North-West Coast.