Shire Towns & Villages
Council advises that the draft Flood Study for Jindera has been completed and will be on exhibition at the Jindera and Culcairn Customer Service Offices until Monday, 28 September 2015.
Click here to view the draft Flood Study for Jindera Pages 1 to 29 (size 6 kb)
Click here to view the draft Flood Study for Jindera Pages 30 to 63 (size 4kb)
Click here to view the draft Flood Study for Jindera Pages 64 to 70 Appendices (size 4kb)
Click here to view the draft Flood Study for Jindera Pages 71 to 76 Appendices (size 4kb)
Click here to view the draft Flood Study for Jindera Pages 77 to 92 Appendices (size 3kb)
The draft flood study has determined the extent and impact to which flooding affects the township of Jindera. Written submissions will be accepted by Council during the exhibition
period and will be considered prior to adoption of the Flood Study. Any submissions received will be considered public documents.
Council staff and field consultants will be available at the Jindera Swim Centre 4.00pm – 7.00pm on Tuesday 15 September 2015 to discuss the flood study and accept community submissions.
For further information regarding the flood study please contact Michael Oliver T: 6029 8588
during normal business hours.
Is your dog or cat registered for life?
During October Greater Hume Shire Council is offering residents the chance to check registration and microchip your companion animals.
Landholders in the South West Slopes and Upper Murray regions of NSW can access subsidised soil testing this spring as part of the Holbrook Landcare Network’s (HLN) nutrient management project.