Kiama Council are investigating an apparent spill at the mouth of the Crooked River at Gerroa. Residents and visitors should avoid wading through or swimming in the mouth of the river until further notice.
Swamp Road is now open following recent flooding. Please drive carefully.
Our sports fields have been inspected and their status changed to caution after the recent rain. Users must inspect the ground conditions and make a decision if they will play or train on the fields in their current conditions.
A number of our public facilities will be closed from midday, Friday 8 December 2023 for a staff function. This includes our Administration Centre, Kiama and Gerringong Libraries, Family History Centre and Kiama Leisure Centre. The Minnamurra Waste and Recycling Centre will be open, as well as our Visitor Information Centre, The Pavilion and SENTRAL Youth Services.
Our development assessment team is currently experiencing heavy demand for their services. We ask customers to make a booking for any development advice.
This project has been completed.
Kiama Council contractors are replacing the concrete culvert adjacent to Surf Beach on Barney Street.
The contractors will remove the existing culvert, which has concrete cancer, and instal its replacement.
The $600,000 project involves:
The work is part of Council’s maintenance program for our Municipality’s stormwater network.
The stormwater network is one of our largest assets, worth more than $34 million.
The network has 80 kilometres of pipes, channels and litter traps as well as 3900 storm water pits.
Maintenance of this critical piece of infrastructure is made possible by the stormwater management charge.
Image: Our Civil Engineer Billy Wang cuts the ribbons on the new culvert supervised by Mayor Mark Honey, Director Engineering and Works Mike Dowd and Brendan MacAlpine from Affective Services