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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.

Our Budget 2024–25: here’s what’s in it for you

Town of Mosman Park Council adopted its 2024-25 budget at a Special Council Meeting on Tuesday 2 July, signifying a balanced and future-focused approach to delivering key projects and improving service delivery while minimising cost of living pressures felt by our whole community.

Mayor Paul Shaw believes the $17.7 million budget shows how hard Council has worked to minimise costs without compromising on services and amenities.

Despite a tough economic climate, increased costs across the board and challenges in maintaining our urban canopy, this budget demonstrates how much we’re committed to listening to our community,” says Mayor Shaw.

We don’t believe in just delivering today; our long-term goal is to sustain tomorrow so that future generations can be proud to call Mosman Park home. Council have adopted an average 4.1% rates yield increase in 24-25 to deliver on our key projects and priorities, while safeguarding our financial future.”

Here are the key highlights from the 2024-25 budget

1. We’re doubling the number of trees we’re planting

We’re investing more money than ever in our urban forest. We’re taking our tree canopy seriously and doubling the number of trees planted compared to previous years. We’re also providing more funds to watering and maintaining these newly planted trees. Our Town Centre will also begin to take shape with funding towards a landscape plan for Glyde Street.

2. Keeping waste charges low

Keeping up with the rising cost of living is as tough as ever, which is why waste charges will continue to be subsidised in 24-25.

3.  Completing the FOGO roll-out in Mosman Park

24-25 will see apartments and multi-unit dwellings finally transition to the 3-bin Food Organics Garden Organics (FOGO) system, as together we work towards a sustainable, low-waste circular economy in which human health and the environment are protected from the impacts of waste.

4. Better community facilities for everyone

We’re safeguarding the future of our existing assets and facilities by providing more funds towards renewing and maintaining them.

5. Lifelong learning at our local library

More funds will be allocated to The Grove Library to ensure residents young and old can continue to access free or affordable services in a welcoming and inclusive space.

6. Customer service you can rely on

Whether it’s over the phone, online or face-to-face: your interactions with us should be as easy as possible. We’re boosting resources and staff to improve customer service in areas such as planning and environmental health.

7. Courageous advocacy

Safe beach access, social housing improvements and infrastructure upgrades – we’ll be working as hard as we can to advocate for better connectivity and community safety in Mosman Park not only for today, but for generations to come.

2024-25 Capital Works Projects

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