We're joining the City of Wodonga and the Murray-Darling Regional Centre of Expertise to hold a Sustainable Living Week market on Saturday, 8am-noon, at Lincoln Causeway, Wodonga.
It's time to find some courage and a little bit of heart as Picnic in the Gardens returns to Albury's Botanic Gardens on Sunday from 10am-2pm.
We are supporting Asbestos Awareness Month in November and urge residents to be alert to the dangers of working with asbestos during home renovations and maintenance.
Our Wagirra Trail project team is removing noxious and environmental weeds from Oddies Creek in South Albury.
It's seven weeks until Christmas and local businesses planning their end of year parties are urged to register for our Arrive Home Safely program.
MAMA will have one of Australia's richest contemporary photography awards when the MAMA Art Foundation offers a $50,000 prize pool next year.
Albury drivers and riders are urged to put safety first as part of Motorcycle Awareness Week from 24-30 October.
We have recorded an overall operating surplus of $13.9 million for the 2014-15 financial year, showing we are Fit for the Future.
We have adopted a Rural Lands Strategy for Splitters Creek and Table Top. The
strategy provides for a variety of lot sizes for future development and
subdivision in these predominantly rural
areas of our city.
AlburyCity is inviting community feedback on works proposed for Hume Street, including two new right hand turning lanes into South Albury.