Council survey underway to find out what’s important to residents
15 June 2021 | Council
RICHMOND Valley residents are being asked to share their views on their Council’s future direction, with a community survey currently taking place across the region. The telephone survey, conducted by independent researchers Micromex, has been designed to provide important insight into the local community’s priorities...
Big projects on the agenda in Richmond Valley Council’s draft budget
20 May 2021 | Council
RICHMOND Valley Council is continuing to build an exciting future for its community, with its draft budget for the 2021-2022 financial year including a $46 million capital works program to upgrade the Valley’s public facilities and amenities, as well as roads, bridges, and essential infrastructure....
Naughtons Gap Road to remain closed while landslip is monitored
8 April 2021 | Council
NAUGHTONS Gap Road will remain closed for at least the next three months as Council assesses the landslip which occurred during last month’s flooding rains. Richmond Valley Council’s Director Community Service Delivery Angela Jones said the road was continuing to move following the initial landslip...
Records tumble as the NRLX breaks $10 million barrier
31 March 2021 | Council
IN an inspirational turnaround since the devastating 2019 bushfires, the Northern Rivers Livestock Exchange has celebrated its biggest ever week of sales in March, with combined revenue from three days of sales exceeding $10 million. Day one of the annual George & Fuhrmann weaner sale...
Applications for local heritage grants now open
24 March 2021 | Council
Applications for small grants under the 2021-2022 Local Heritage Grants Scheme are being accepted for projects to undertake maintenance and repairs to heritage listed items in the Richmond Valley Council area. Council has $25,000 to award in heritage grants, on a matching dollar-for-dollar basis with...
Special job precinct set to turbocharge Richmond Valley economy
4 February 2021 | Council
RICHMOND Valley Council has welcomed Deputy Premier John Barilaro’s announcement that it will be the location for the next Regional Job Precinct, the second of four precincts which are part of the NSW Government’s bush-led recovery from drought, floods, bushfires and COVID-19. Regional Job Precincts...
Exciting upgrades for Razorback Lookout and Casino Drill Hall precinct
18 December 2020 | Council
RICHMOND Valley Council will commit a $1.285 million funding boost from the Australian Government to upgrade two prised landmarks in Evans Head and Casino. Council initially received an allocation of $1,002,214 through the Local Roads and Community Infrastructure program to spend on priority projects. As...
Evans Head Library moves to temporary home as $880,000 renovation kicks off
16 December 2020 | Council
EVANS Head residents can look forward a bigger, brighter, and truly modernised library experience, with the $880,000 upgrade of the Evans Head Library set to get underway in the second week of January. Council allocated $480,000 towards the upgrade in the 2020-2021 budget, with an...
New campaign inspires travellers to explore the Richmond Valley
13 November 2020 | Council
LOCAL businesses and tourism providers across the Richmond Valley will receive a much-needed boost, with a new Discover Richmond Valley television advertisement airing this Sunday, 15 November, on PRIME7 and NBN. The ad, which will feature across the Gold Coast and Lismore viewing regions, is...
New funding a game changer for Richmond Valley economy
4 November 2020 | Council
MORE than $21 million will flow to the Richmond Valley local government area to encourage new business and boost economic growth. Richmond Valley Council has been successful in obtaining $21,169,000 from the Bushfire Local Economic Recovery Fund, co-funded by the NSW and Australian governments, to...
Breast Comp Ever
Jun-19 - Jun-19 | Evans Head Main Beach
On behalf of the Evans Head Malibu Club, Evans Head Main Beach will be covered in pink for the inaugural Breast Comp Ever. The Breast Comp Ever will be a women only longboard surfing competition where fundraising will be for Breast Cancer. The day will...
The Wholesome Collective – free home cooking workshops
Jun-22 - Jun-24
PIONEERING healthy cooking educators The Wholesome Collective will be firing up their cooktops in Coraki, Casino, and Ellangowan this month, in a series of free workshops revealing the time-tested tips of preparing delicious and healthy food on a budget. Founded by accredited dietitian Kerryn Boogaard, and...
Women in Agriculture Lunch and Learn Series
Jun-23 - Jun-23 | 162 Canterbury Street
Are you a female in the agriculture industry and want to improve your safety awareness on the farm? SafeWork NSW is inviting women in the agriculture industry to attend a free 'lunch and learn' farm safety series in Casino on Wednesday June 23 at Casino...
Evans Head Fishing Classic
Jun-25 - Jul-2 | Evans Head
The Evans Head Fishing Classic is a flagship fishing tournament in the Australian Calendar. Held annually in June and July don’t miss the action of this catch and photograph event with a large list of species and loads of random draws, including two boat packages....
Be Gentle On Yourself
Jun-26 - Jun-26 | 162 Canterbury Street
Much-loved musician and Rural Adversity Mental Health Program Ambassador Melinda Schneider will be bringing her 'Be Gentle On Yourself' message to Casino. This event will feature Melinda's inspiring story, her music and a conversation about wellbeing and self-care with local RAMHP coordinator Alex Grantham. Learn...
Melinda Schneider: A Farewell to Doris
Jun-26 - Jun-26 | 161 Canterbury Street
Melinda Schneider returns to the stage in 2021 to pay tribute to the legendary Doris Day. The nostalgic concert will include timeless hits such as Que Sera, Sera, Sentimental Journey, classic songs from the movies, as well as a number of Doris' big band standards....
NAIDOC Week Celebrations
Jul-4 - Jul-11 | Across the Richmond Valley
The Richmond Valley comes alive for NAIDOC Week celebrations in July. Stay tuned here as details are released. The NAIDOC 2021 theme – Heal Country! – calls for all of us to continue to seek greater protections for our lands, our waters, our sacred sites...
Food Truck festival 2021
Jul-4 - Jul-4 | 2 Beech Street
The Food Truck Festival is back at Evans head Bowling Club on Sunday 4th July 2021, from 4-8pm. - FREE entry - Delicious food & drinks - Kids activities including jumping castles - Brookie's gin cocktails, Pirate Life & Budweiser outdoor bars - PLUS -...
Northern Rivers Drag Racing
Jul-25 - Jul-25 | Casino Aerodome | East Street
Airstrips aren't for aeroplanes, they are for Northern Rivers Drag Racing. The races are held quarterly and see huge crowds for car enthusiasts lining the straight to hear the roar of the engines. Head to Casino Aerodrome on Sunday July 25 for a day filled...
NCPT Casino Truck Show
Aug-7 - Aug-7 | Casino
The North Coast Petroleum Casino Truck Show is on Saturday, 7 August. With more than 200 trucks with chrome shined to perfection and around 40 competitions to be won, it is a great day for trucking families and the general public to get up close...

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Tuesday 17 December – Ordinary Meeting
Meeting Date: December 17, 2019
See below for regular agenda and attachments.
Tuesday 19 November – Ordinary Meeting
Meeting Date: November 19, 2019
See below for regular agenda and attachments. A supplementary agenda is also available for the November 19 ordinary meeting. It can be found here.
Tuesday 22 October – Ordinary Meeting
Meeting Date: October 22, 2019

WORK STARTS ON THREE YEAR, $10 MILLION PROJECT TO UPGRADE WOODBURN-CORAKI ROAD

In January 2021, Council ripped the first patch of pavement on a three-year, $10 million upgrade of one of the Richmond Valley’s most important transport routes, Woodburn-Coraki Road. The initial round of works involved resurfacing a 270m section at the Woodburn end of the road, between the Rocky Mouth Creek bridge and the start of the 100kmh zone.  Woodburn-Coraki Road is one of the Richmond Valley’s most important roads, and its upgrade had been a long-term Council priority. It is frequently used by local residents, agricultural businesses, and regional travellers, and has long been a strategic focus of Council’s road maintenance program. This project is fully funded by the NSW Government. Watch the video for more details. 🎥

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