Council publishes a fortnightly advertisement in the local paper, The Regional Independent. Below you will find the latest advertisement.
You can download the latest For Your Information Advertisement as a PDF here.(PDF, 210KB)
Notice is hereby given that Queanbeyan-Palerang Regional Council, in pursuance of Section 163 of the Roads Act 1993 and Part 2 of the Roads Regulation 2008 proposes to use the following name as a road name within the Council area:
Rock Wall Lane
This lane extends off Farringdon Road and is approximately 1.9km long heading west to the Shoalhaven River
The Shoalhaven River in this area was mined for gold in the second half of the nineteenth century and extensive water races built using rock walls that still exist along these sections.
Written comments are invited and will be received up to 27 November 2020.
This lane extends east for 1.358km off Charleys Forest Road, Charleys Forest.
Gurimbaga is the Dhurga word for mapgpie. The Dhurga language is one of the dialects used by the Yuin people, South Coast Aboriginal people. The country the Yuin ancestors occupied, used, and enjoyed reached across from Cape Howe to the Shoalhaven River and inland to the Great Dividing Range. Gurimbaga is pronounced Goorimbargar, the oo as in book.
Written comments are invited and will be received up to 15 December 2020.
For further information please contact Customer Service on 1300 735 025. Comments can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or posted to Queanbeyan-Palerang Regional Council, PO Box 90, Queanbeyan NSW 2620.