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  • Richmond Valley Council History

    Richmond Valley Council History

    Richmond Valley Council History Richmond Valley Council was formed in February 2000 as a result of the amalgamation of the former Casino Council and Richmond River Shire Council. The area of approximately 3,050 square kilometres has a total population of...

  • Vision Statement - Mission Statement - Principles and Values

    Vision Statement - Mission Statement - Principles and Values

    The following Vision and Mission are the basis of Council's Strategic Direction (and reflect the input received from the community as part of the Community Strategic Plan processes): Vision Statement A collaborative community working together to...

  • Councillors

    Richmond Valley Council officially started its new four-year term at an extraordinary meeting on Tuesday 27 September 2016. Our new Council comprises Robert Mustow (Mayor), Daniel Simpson (Deputy Mayor), Sam Cornish, Robert Hayes, Sandra Humphrys, Jill...

  • Council Meetings

    Meeting Times and Places Ordinary meetings of Council are usually held on the third Tuesday of each month, commencing at 5pm in the Richmond Valley Council Chambers, corner Walker Street and Graham Place, Casino, (entrance in Graham Place). Extraordinary...

  • Senior Management

    Senior Management

    General Manager Director for Infrastructure and Environment Vaughan Macdonald Angela Jones The General Manager is responsible for economic and social development, industrial relations and communications and Corporate and Community. Infrastructure and...

  • Fit for the Future - the verdict

    Fit for the Future - the verdict

    Richmond Valley Council is one of just 32 non-metropolitan councils, and 52 out of 152 Statewide, to be declared Fit For Future. IPART Chairman Dr Peter Boxall said 52 of the 139 proposals (received from 144 councils) were found to be ‘fit’...

  • Access to Council Information

    Access to Council Information

    The Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 (GIPA Act) commenced on 1 July 2010 and created rights to information which were designed to meet the community's expectations of more open and transparent government. The GIPA Act encourages the...

  • Community Engagement

    Community Engagement

    Richmond Valley Council’s Community Engagement Strategy sets out best practice for how Council and the community share information and experiences to develop the shared vision set out in the Community Strategic Plan. Community engagement Informs the...

  • Council Notices

    Council Notices

  • Governance

    Governance

    Good governance is a key factor in the effective operation of Richmond Valley Council. It is important for several reasons. It not only gives the local community confidence in its council, but improves the trust elected members and staff have in their own...

  • News

    Richmond Valley Council communicates its initiatives through traditional media by generating and distributing media releases. Copies are available below. Council also disseminates information via social media -...

  • On Exhibition

    On Exhibition

    Council places items on public exhibition so the community can provide feedback and input into different plans, projects, strategies and policies. Copies of the items on public exhibition are available for viewing at Council's Casino and Evans Head...

  • Policy Documents

    Policy Documents

    Access to Council Records by the Public Attachment: Privacy Management Plan Asbestos Policy including Model Policy adopted by Council 19 August 2014 Banking Services Bitumen Sealing Adjacent to Residences on Unsealed Roads Business Ethics Code of Conduct...

  • Careers@Council

  • Quotations and Tenders

    Richmond Valley Council has joined one of Australasia’s largest procurement communities, TenderLink, because we believe this system gives us better access to tenderers, ensuring Council is able to purchases goods and services in the most cost...

  • SMS Alert Subscriptions

    SMS Alert Subscriptions

    Richmond Valley Council would like to keep residents up to date with essential service interruptions nearby. An alert service will tailor messages that affect you by using your location and sending a message straight to your mobile phone. Messages are not...

  • Submissions and Grant Applications

    Submissions and Grant Applications

    Richmond Valley Council seeks opportunities to lobby both state and federal governments on policies and funding matters that affect the Richmond Valley area. This page lists the documents created by Council staff and elected representatives for the...

  • Signature Projects

    What an exciting time for the Richmond Valley community! Not one but two significant government grants have come our way to help build our signature projects. On Tuesday 25 July we saw the announcement of a $7 million grant from the NSW Government for the...