Strong results in Community Survey
Mosman Council has again recorded strong results in its latest biennial Community Survey with community satisfaction improving across key result areas. Take a look at the survey results.
Nominate an Australian of the Year
Nominations for the 2017 Australian of the Year Awards are now open. Recognise an ordinary Australian who has achieved extraordinary things by nominating them prior to Sunday 7 August.
Mosman goes Plastic Free in July
Let’s work together to reduce single-use plastic in our community. Take the Plastic Free July challenge and attempt to consume no single-use plastics in July such as plastic shopping bags and straws.
New Balmoral playground
Balmoral playground has been upgraded and is now open for the public to enjoy. Upgrade works included new playground equipment, rubber soft fall areas, additional pathways, fencing and furniture.
Download Mosman's events app
See all Mosman events, share events with friends and add those you want to attend to your calendar with the Mosman Events app – available to download via the Google Play and Apple App stores.
Did you know that once upon a time there were diving boards and a hotel at Clifton Gardens? And trams to take you around Mosman? Take a look at the video that Celebrates Mosman – Then and Now.
New smart parking for Mosman
Council is installing bay sensor technology in off-street and on-street locations around Mosman to help residents, shoppers and businesses alike find a parking space quickly and conveniently.
Clean up after the storm
Mosman Council staff are continuing to assess damage and clean up after the recent damaging storm. For residents who were affected Kimbriki will be offering free tipping for storm damaged materials.
It's Local. It's 50!
Unless marked otherwise, the speed limit in Mosman is 50km/h. Areas with speed limits of 10, 40 or 60km/h are clearly marked. Keep our roads safe for everyone and drive to the conditions of the road.
Preschool open day
Parents and children are welcome at Mosman Occasional Care Centre (MOCC) for our Preschool Open Day.
Mosman kids rethink plastic
Recently Mosman Council Vacation Care students discussed plastic pollution in our environment and learned to rethink plastic by transforming discarded plastic bags into colourful sealife.
Selling or leasing with a pool?
From 29 April 2016, pool owners must obtain a Swimming Pool Certificate of Compliance, Certificate of Non-Compliance or relevant Occupation Certificate before they can sell or lease their property.
Youth Awards in Literature 2016
Mosman Youth Awards in Literature is now open for entries. Over $1,600 worth of cash prizes to be won. Entries close on Tue 31 May and the winners will be announced on Wed 31 Aug at the Library.
What's your Distraction…?
As pedestrians, we become vulnerable when stepping out from the kerb if our head space is occupied with music and mobile phones. Keep your head up and phone down to stay safe and don’t walk and text.
Get to know your neighbours this Easter
Celebrate Neighbour Day on Sunday 27 March by having a chat with the people next door, inviting new neighbours in for a cup of tea, organising a neighbourhood barbecue, or dropping in an Easter egg.
Rethink your recycling routine
Residents do a great job recycling in their kitchen, but don’t often realise what’s recyclable in their bathroom or other rooms of the house. Make a few simple changes to make a big difference.
Rapt 2015 winners announced
Congratulations to Mosman’s Christmas decorating competition winners. Prizes were awarded to businesses Aija, Buena Vista Hotel, Petite Retreat and Lululemon and two homes on Prince Albert Street.
Celebrating people with disability
Over 140 students from 5 local schools braved the heat on Thursday 26 November to take part in activities organised by Mosman Council to celebrate International Day of People with Disability.
State of the Environment Report 14-15
Mosman’s State of the Environment Scorecard 2014-15 is now available online. Some successes include a 5% decrease in Council’s electricity usage, and discovery of a new threatened fauna species.
Council opposes amalgamation
Council has submitted its response to the State Government using its 50-word statement to outline the reasons it opposes any merger and to express extreme aversion to a multi-council amalgamation.