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Northern Beaches Council - General Contact Details

General Manager

Mark Ferguson 

Address

Civic Centre

725 Pittwater Road

Dee Why NSW 2099

DX 9118 Dee Why

Email

Contact Council Form

Telephone

9942 2111

Fax

9971 4522

After Hours
Emergency calls to Council

9942 2111

Council Hours

8.30am - 5pm Mon - Fri

Council Meetings
Fourth Tuesday of the month except for January (no meetings), February (second and fourth Tuesday) and December (second Tuesday only)

9942 2444

 

Council A-Z Contact Directory

 

Save time - use the alphabet below to find your service

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Your Service Directory

A

Abandoned Vehicles

9942 2111

9942 2563

9942 2560

Australia Day Celebrations

9942 2672

B

Baby Health
For a list of Early Childhood Health Centres please call

9942 2565

Barking Dogs

9942 2111

9942 2545

 fax 9942 2691

9942 2644

9942 2641

9942 2562

Beach pollution update

1800 036 677

Building Advice
Duty Technical Officers are available at the Planning and Assesssment Services Counter between 8.30am to 5pm Monday to Friday to provide advice on development and building construction requirements

9942 2111

Bus

131 500

9942 2439

C

Child care   0-6 years
Vacation care  5-12 years

9942 2428
9942 2428
9942 2312

 

 

Citizenship
Council regularly conducts Citizenship ceremonies. Applications and enquiries to the Department of Immigration:

131 880

More than 20 centres are available for hire by organisations, community groups or for private functions:

 

Tramshed Arts and Community Centre  Booking Office
Monday to Friday: 9am to 5pm

9913 3231

Forest Community Arts Centre  Booking Office

Monday to Friday: 9am to 5pm

9452 1065

9942 2605

Manly, Warringah, Pittwater

 

Community Transport (small buses)

9971 5110

Individual transport for older people and those with disabilities

9913 3583

Complaints Management

9942 2105

Customer Service Centre

9942 2111

D

Council's Development Assessment Officers are available by phone or in person for consultation 9.30am to 10.30am and 3pm to 4pm Monday to Friday. Other times by appointment.

9942 2111

Disability Development Services

9942 2787

9942 2686

Disabled Parking Stickers

132 213

Drains
Blocked drains, pits

9942 2111

E

Early Childhood Centres

9942 2575

Electricity (Energy Australia) - power failure

131 388

132 500

Emergency - Storm damage (SES)

132 500

Emergency - Police, Ambulance, Fire

000

9942 2542

F

9942 2665

9942 2575

Permits and enquiries

9942 2545

fax 9942 2691

Fire:

 

Rural Fire Brigades

9450 3000

Permission to burn off

9450 3000

Bush fire hazards reporting

9450 3000

Flooding:

 

Assistance during flooding on Council property

9942 2111

Report flooding after the event

9942 2111

Footpaths, kerbs and gutters:

9942 2111

G

Garbage:

 

Gas:

 

General enquiries - AGL

131 606

Gas leaks - AGL

131 909

 

Administration

9975 4044

Box Office

9975 1455

Access to Council records

9942 2352

To report graffiti

9942 2111

For information on the graffiti project and legal graffiti walls

9942 2401

H

 

Health Matters

9942 2111

surfing, skateboarding, cooking, aerobics, beach awareness and more for young people aged 5 to 18 years

9942 2312

9942 2576

Home & Community Care (HACC) program

9942 2560

9942 2563

Home Care Service of NSW

1800 350 792

I

Internal Ombudsman
See Ombudsman

9942 2105

J

9942 2111

K

Kimbriki Resource Recovery Centre

Kimbriki Road, off Mona Vale Road, Terrey Hills. Open 7 days, 7am-5pm (closed Good Friday and Christmas Day).

All household dry waste accepted. Liquids, hazardous materials and putrescible wastes (food and animal waste) are not accepted.

The Eco Garden at Kimbriki Resource Recovery Centre is open centre hours for casual visits or booked group tours. The garden demonstrates composting, mulches, no-dig gardening, rainwater collection and food plants.

9486 3512

9486 3542

L

9942 2911

 

Dee Why Library

Monday to Friday: 10am to 9pm

Saturday: 10am to 4pm

Sunday: 2pm to 5pm

9942 2449

Belrose Library

Monday and Tuesday: 10am to 7pm
Wednesday to Friday: 10am to 5pm
Saturday: 10am to 1pm
Sunday: 2pm to 5pm

9452 3211

Forestville Library

Monday to Thursday: 10am to 6pm
Friday: 10am to 5pm
Saturday: 10am to 1pm

9452 5706

Warringah Mall Library

Monday to Wednesday: 9am to 5pm
Thursday: 9am to 9pm
Friday and Saturday: 9am to 5pm
Sunday: 10am to 4pm

9942 7999

Community Libraries:

 

Booklovers Club Narrabeen

9913 8030

Terrey Hills Community Library

9450 2216

Harbord Mini Library

9905 4824

Long Day Care Centres

for children 6 weeks to 5 years:

9942 2971

Belrose Children's Centre 
 Monday to Friday: 7.30am to 6pm

 

Brookvale Children's Centre 
 Monday to Friday: 7.45am to 5.45pm

 

Dee Why Children's Centre
 Monday to Friday: 7.30am to 5.30pm

 

Narrabeen Children's Centre
 Monday to Friday: 7.45am to 5.45pm

 

M

Maintenance Hotline

9942 2111

Manly Dam:

 

Manly Dam Rangers

9949 3235

9942 2545

Markets

9942 2111

Meals on Wheels
Warringah-Pittwater Food Services Inc.

9970 8399

Media Inquiries - Warringah Council

9942-2678

Members of Parliament:

 

Federal Member for Mackellar, Mr Jason Falinski MP

8484 0300

Federal Member for Warringah, Hon Tony Abbott MP

9977 6411

State Member for Davidson, Mr Jonathan O'Dea MP

9880 7400

State Member for Manly, Mr Mike Baird MP

9976 2773

State Member for Pittwater, Mr Rob Stokes MP

9999 3599

State Member for Wakehurst, Mr Brad Hazzard MP

9981 1111

Mobile Occasional Day Care
Monday-Friday 9.30am-2.30pm

0407 410 548

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National Security Hotline
if you suspect it, report it

1800 123 400

News
The Warringah Update appears in the Saturday edition of The Manly Daily and on Council's website

9942 2221

Northern Beaches Neighbourhood Service

9931 7777

O

Ombudsman's Office

9942 2105

Out of School Hours Program (OOSH)

contact your local school

P

Parks and Reserves Maintenance

9942 2111

Parks and Sporting Field Bookings

9942 2545

fax 9942 2541

9942 2111

A wide range of brochures are available at the Planning and Assessment Services Counter. Development Control Plans, the current Local Environment Plan and individual Locality Statements are also available for inspection and purchase.

9942 2111

131 126

 

Dee Why Police Station
Corner St David Avenue and Fisher Road

9971 3399

Frenchs Forest Police Station
139 Frenchs Forest Road

9452 9599

Pollution
EPA Pollution Line (24 hours)

131 555

Pound
Collaroy Veterinary Clinic, 1185 Pittwater Road Collaroy

9971 8487

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Rates

Your rates assessment is made up of two components:

  1. a charge covering waste management services (residential properties only)

  2. a rate amount based on the land value of your property as at July 1, 2003

Your rates are assessed over a financial year and can be paid in four instalments due in August, November, February and May.

9942 2922

Access to Council records/Government Information Public Access Act

9942 2352

Recreation

 

Recycling Services

 

Including Manly DamStony Range and beaches

9942 2545

fax 9942 2541

Reserves Maintenance

9942 2111

Roads and Pavements

9942 2111

9942 2447

Rockpools

 

Rockpool bookings

9942 2545

fax 9942 2691

Rockpool cleaning and maintenance

9942 2111

S

School Tours
Council Officers conduct educational tours of Council for primary schools

9942 2502

Senior Citizens Week
Program and events

9942 2563

9942 2560

SES
State Emergency Service - see Emergency

132 500

Warringah Council: 9981 2099

Manly Council: 9976 1699

Pittwater Council: 9970 1236

Storm Damage
to Council property

9942 2111

Street Lighting

1800 044 808

Sullage Service

9942 2111

Swimming Pools Compliance

Contact Environmental Health and Protection

9942 2111

Rescue and information line

9413 4300

132 090

T

Taxis

131 668

Trees:

 

Trees on Council land (eg removal, pruning)

9942 2111

Council trees in powerlines - call Energy Australia

131 525

Tree Preservation Order - Council's Tree Management Officer is available by appointment regarding tree preservation and other issues within Warringah

9942 2111

Emergency after hours

9942 2111

Transport

 

U

Unauthorised Works
Report any unauthorised works to Council

9942 2111

V

School holiday arts, crafts, sports and excursion programs for 5-12 year olds

9942 2312

or 9942 2576

W

ph: 9451 8000

fax: 9974 2163

email

Warringah Recreation Centre

ph: 9938 1831

Waste Management Services

Every week:

  • Garbage wheelie bin collection
    - red or dark green lidded bin

Fortnightly:

  • Recycling wheelie bin collection
    - alternate weeks for yellow lidded (mixed containers) bin and blue lidded (paper) bin

  • Vegetation (garden waste) collection
    - lime green lidded bin

9942 2111

Wet Weather Hotline

Warringah Council: 9981 2099

Manly Council: 9976 1699

Pittwater Council: 9970 1236

Wildlife Care & Rescue

 

Wildlife Information & Rescue Service

8977 3333

Women's Resource Centre
Manly Warringah

9971 4499

Y

Youth Services

Coordination and development of youth services, programs and facilities, advice and information on youth issues. Advocacy of youth issues in Council, community and government forums.

9942 2680

Every effort was made to ensure that contact details were correct at time of publishing, however Warringah Council cannot be held responsible for any changes or errors in this information.