Jamberoo Mountain Road remains closed due to severe damage from a large landslip.
The phones at our Minnamurra Waste and Recycling Facility on Riverside Drive are no working. We are working to fix the problem. The facility is still open for you to dispose of your waste or recycling as usual.
Council has a No Burn Policy(PDF, 143KB) for our municipality.
We only consider applications to burn piles of vegetation on properties over 1 acre that carry out rural activities.
Approval is subject to a Ranger inspection.
Our Rangers will look at the material to be burnt and the impact a burn may have on the local air quality.
Pile burning of dry and dead vegetation is not the best method of disposal.
We encourage re-use, recycling, composting, or disposal at the Minnamurra Waste & Recycling Facility.
Piles must be constructed in keeping with the NSW Rural Fire Service's standards for pile burning.
They must not contain any prohibited material.
Approval to create air pollution form(PDF, 889KB)
Our Rangers will inspect your pile to ensure it meets the NSW RFS Guidelines for Pile Burning.
Further inspections may be needed if your pile doesn't comply.
You must contact the NSW RFS on (02) 4230 8200 to let them know about your burn and get their approval.
You must contact the NSW RFS to request a Fire Permit to burn during the Bush Fire Danger Period.
You must include a copy of your approved NSW RFS Fire Permit.