As part of the Community Street Tree Planting Program, Council is calling for expressions of interests (EOI) from residents who wish to have a street tree planted on Council land in front of their property.
Maitland City Council is encouraging families, friends and neighbours to use the NSW Rural Fire Service (RFS) Get Ready Weekend (19-20 September 2020) to prepare for bushfire season and start a broader conversation about being aware of and prepared for all hazards.
At last night’s Council Meeting and following a period of public exhibition, Council considered community submissions and comments and agreed to adopt two important plans for the future of Maitland as a visitor destination.
After recently completing engagement for the Morpeth Bicentenary and Morpeth Business Opportunities, the spotlight on Morpeth will soon be shining on the streets of the historic township with a number of new initiatives set to get underway over the coming weeks.
Maitland Regional Art Gallery is excited to announce the launch of six new exhibitions for the Spring season and the winners of the Brenda Clouten Memorial Travelling Scholarships for Young Achievers in the Visual Arts, local artists Karri McPherson, Brontë Naylor and Liz O’Brien
My Place Grants is a funding program, which will support celebrations in suburbs across the city that are planned and delivered by the community for the community once social gathering restrictions have lifted.
Throughout the current and ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Maitland City Council has been monitoring and adhering to the advice from the Federal and State Governments, including any variation or modification of the public health orders.