Library branches and services.
Garbage collections, kerbside clean-ups and recycling resources.
Life Online offers a wide range of online activities and tools to keep you connected with Council.
Pet registration, lost and found, nuisance animals and injured wildlife.
Information on getting around Ku-ring-gai.
Childcare and other services for children.
Facilities, programs and events for young people.
Services, programs, events and activities for older people in Ku-ring-gai.
Find information about the range of services and facilities available for people with disability.
Connecting new and existing volunteers to Council and local community volunteer programs.
Each year on Australia Day we recognise the outstanding work of our community’s unsung heroes with the Local Citizen of the Year Awards. Use our online form to make your nomination.
Council hosts a number of Citizenship ceremonies a year. The Department of Home Affairs advises Council of the date and time of the ceremony which they have allocated you.
Homelessness is a growing national issue and Council acknowledges the existence of homeless people in the Ku-ring-gai area.
Planning for hazards such as storms, floods and bushfires is essential. Here's what we're doing to prepare for an emergency.
Our community directory can be found on the library catalogue.