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Community safety takes all of us

Report anti-social and disruptive behaviour online with the Town and Department of Communities here. For police presence call 131 444.

Underground Power Project update

What's the latest and next steps

Changes to submitting Building Permits

Important - plans submitted as part of a Building Permit application must match the plans associated with the approved DA otherwise an amended DA will be required.

Domestic Violence and Crisis Support

The Town is committed to ensuring Mosman Park continues to be a safe and welcoming place to live. If you or someone you know is experiencing a life threatening emergency, call 000 now.

Air quality


Clean air contributes to the livability of our suburb and city.

Our Environmental Health team air quality in the Town responds to and investigates complaints regarding smoke, dust or odours. If you have an issue relating to air quality near your home and you have been unable to resolve it with your neighbour, you can report it to us.

Wood smoke and wood heaters

Wood heaters are a large source of air pollution in winter and can have significant health impact on those with respiratory illness such as asthma. Mosman Park residents are responsible for ensuring minimal smoke is produced from wood heaters in their homes. We recommend that you:

  • Burn dry, seasoned and untreated firewood
  • Stack wood undercover in a dry, ventilated area
  • Use small logs
  • Burn the fire brightly, even if burning overnight

How your wood heater is installed also affects the amount of smoke produced:

  • Fit the chimney with a concentric shroud chimney top, rather than a conical cap design, to help the smoke travel upwards
  • Fit the chimney flue (the duct or pipe where smoke exits) in accordance with Australian/New Zealand Standards 2918:2001.

Learn more on the Department of Water and Environmental Regulation website