Singleton Makeover Closer

Ceremonial start to construction of $7 million Singleton Town Centre Upgrade – Stage 2. Construction of the $7 million Singleton Town Centre – ...Nothing found

Paynes Crossing Soon no Pain

New Paynes Crossing Bridge. Construction starts soon to replace Paynes Crossing Bridge with a new two lane bridge. Paynes Crossing ...Nothing found

Jerrys Plains Funding Priority

Singleton Council’s Village Master Plan and Action Plan for Jerrys Plains is now a council priority. The township and environs will get funding under ...Nothing found

Encapsulated in Virtual Time

Locals can contribute to a snapshot of Singleton’s COVID-19 experience for the future. Singleton residents and businesses can inform future historians about COVID-19 and ...Nothing found

Don’t Let the Dogs Out in Singleton

Every dog to have its day as Singleton’s new state-of-the-art animal management facility breaks ground. By Emily Quigley Animal welfare and environmental sustainability ...Nothing found

Macquarie Street Finally Coughs Up for Singleton

NSW Deputy Premier the Hon John Barilaro said his government will return millions of dollars in mining royalties to Singleton Council. He ...Nothing found

Buy Local in Singleton

Singleton businesses encouraged to support each other under $100,000 local spending program by Singleton Council. It is hoped that preloaded Spend in Singleton cards ...Nothing found

Singleton’s Burdekin Park Review

Proposed recategorisation of Crown land prompts public hearing for Burdekin Park Draft Plan of Management (2020). A virtual public hearing will be held in ...Nothing found

Singleton Historical Museum New Look

Singleton Historical Museum unveils $691,000 upgrade as it reopens to visitors this weekend. The museum has a new exposed steel truss roof to help ...Nothing found

To Further Embarrass Singleton’s 5th Freeman

Singleton names fifth-ever Honorary Freeman of the Shire in virtual presentation. Former mayor of Singleton and current serving councillor John Martin OAM has tonight ...Nothing found

Singleton Surveys Direct Council Support

Residents and businesses encouraged to help inform community needs in Council’s response to COVID-19. Singleton residents and businesses can take separate online ...Nothing found

Zoom in to Singleton Council Meet

Virtual public meetings on Council’s programs for 2020-2021. With social distancing prohibiting community gatherings, Singleton Council invites the community to discuss the ...Nothing found

Singleton’s Rural Mobile Preschool Returns

Free childcare will be available to rural families with the return of Singleton Mobile Preschool to Broke Community Hall and Mt Olive Public ...Nothing found

Blue Trees, and it ain’t Terpenoids*

Shades of blue as trees colour mental health conversations. Music may have blue suede shoes and sport lays claim to the NSW Blues, but ...Nothing found

Singleton Council Responds to COVID-19

Singleton Council announced its COVID-19 (Coronavirus) strategy, with heightened health warnings about the highly infectious disease. The Emergency Services Expo planned for ...Nothing found

Singleton Bicentennial Party This Weekend

Weekend of festivities to commemorate 200 years of Singleton history. It’s a commemoration 200 years in the making, and Mayor of Singleton Cr Sue ...Nothing found

Singleton LGA at Water Level 2

Level 2 water restrictions now apply to Singleton water customers. With no end in sight for dry weather conditions and falling levels ...Nothing found

Drive Mentor Scheme Awarded

Drive program a success on and off the road. A Singleton program that trains driving mentors to then teach young people ...Nothing found

Singleton Bushfire Funds Distributed

Council fires up bushfire recovery efforts with over $1million allocated to local projects. The Singleton local government area will benefit from ...Nothing found

Singleton Water Restrictions Reach Level 2

Singleton moves to level 2 water restrictions in March as dam levels continue to fall. With recent rainfall doing little to improve water levels ...Nothing found

Boil water alert lifted for parts of Singleton

17/02/2020 11.30am A precautionary boil water alert for parts of Singleton has been lifted after NSW Health gave the all clear at a meeting ...Nothing found

Bottle Water for Affected Singleton Residents

Bottled water available for affected residents as boil water alert that remains in place across the weekend A precautionary boil water alert for parts ...Nothing found

Wollombi Flood Warning in Place

The first data has been recorded by new rainfall and river gauges installed in Wollombi Brook catchment. They are part of the Wollombi Flood ...Nothing found

Singleton Bushfire Recovery Sessions

Council fires up to connect bushfire- affected residents with assistance. Council’s Manager Development and Environment Mary-Anne Crawford and Manager Infrastructure Services Damian ...Nothing found

Singleton’s Unsafe Water Alert Extended

UPDATED URGENT NOTIFICATION: Boil water alert extended to other parts of Singleton. A boil water alert for the Glade, Gowrie, Maison Dieu ...Nothing found

Singleton’s Townhead Park Additions

Stage one of the Townhead Park Masterplan are scheduled from 21 January 2020 through to 10 March 2020, weather depending.  Mark ...Nothing found

Singleton Bicentennial Latest

History-making general manager returns as Australia Day guest in Singleton’s bicentennial year. It will be full circle when John Flannery PSM joins ...Nothing found

New Singleton Trains Today

New passenger rail services start today - Sunday, 5 January 2020 - between Singleton and the Newcastle Interchange.  Mayor of Singleton, Cr Sue Moore ...Nothing found

Singleton Bushfire Damage Grants

Recovery assistance available for bushfire-affected businesses in Singleton. Mayor of Singleton, Cr Sue Moore said small businesses in the Singleton local government area ...Nothing found

Valley Mining Gives Some Back

Singleton’s future is a little brighter with the adoption of the Community and Economic Development Fund Policy. Derived in partnership with The Bloomfield ...Nothing found

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