Alerts

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Causeway at Douglas Park Drive CLOSED

Alert issued 17/03/2017 9:00am

Please be advised that the Causeway at Douglas Park Drive, Douglas Park is closed due to flooding.

Sportsground Update

Alert issued 22/03/2017 11:57am

All Council Sportsgrounds are now CLOSED.  

Council staff have been unable to attend to the grass cutting at Council fields due to the very wet ground conditions.  There is a likelihood of further rain as forecasted later this week.

All Council Sportsgrounds will therefore remain closed over this weekend.

UPDATE: Notice of Temporary Road Closure Douglas Park Drive

Alert issued 23/02/2017 3:19pm

Wollondilly Shire Council will undertake maintenance work at Douglas Park Dr between Blades Bridge and the Nepean River Causeway. 

Due to the recent wet weather, the proposed maintenance works have been postponed. Work is scheduled to recommence on Monday 27 March to Friday 7 April but is weather dependent.

The maintenance works are required to maintain the usability and condition of the road while Council work on a detailed design for the long term rehabilitation of this section of road.

Whilst drainage works and vegetation management works are completed, there will be some impacts to road users. Traffic control measures will be implemented to minimise any disruptions with road closures from 9:30am to 2:30pm outside of peak traffic times. We apologies for any inconvenience cause.

Enquiries can be directed to Council's Works Engineer at council@wollondilly.nsw.gov.au or by phone on 4677 1100.

Animal Shelter - Parvovirus outbreak for cats

Alert issued 13/02/2017 5:26pm

In response to an outbreak of the highly contagious feline panleukopenia virus (cat parvovirus) in the Greater Western Sydney area, Wollondilly Shire Councils Animal Shelter is currently only accepting cats for re-homing that are microchipped and have a current vaccination certificate.

 The virus does not currently exist at Council's Animal Shelter.   All currently housed cats and kittens will be vaccinated against the disease, and will be available for adoption.