Coomalie Community Government Council
The Coomalie Community Government Council is a Local Government Area in the Northern Territory, situated south of Darwin, Palmerston, and Litchfield local government areas. The council governs an area of 2,056km² and has an estimated population of 1,318.
The Council area includes the localities of Adelaide River, Batchelor, and Lake Bennett.
The boundary of this area extends from the Manton Dam in the north, to the town of Adelaide River in the south and east from the Adelaide River, to the Litchfield National Park in the west.
Council's Ordinary General Meetings are scheduled for the 3rd Tuesday of every month.
Would you like to have a voice in our Waste Management and Recycling Future for the Coomalie Shire?
Why not join our Waste Advisory Committee!
COVID-19 UPDATE – IMPORTANT INFORMATION – YOUR HEALTH AND SAFETY IS OUR PRIORITY
The Chief Health Officer has introduced new directions in the interests of public health and safety. All persons entering Council facilities are now required to complete an attendance register. This is to assist with contact tracing, in the event there should be a case of COVID-19 in our community.
You will be asked to record your name and phone number, the date of your attendance, and time you arrived and left the venue. The Northern Territory Government requires everyone to provide this information. There are no exceptions. Patrons who refuse to provide this information, will be declined entry.
More information can be found at the following link https://coronavirus.nt.gov.au/updates/items/2020-11-02-covid-safety-supervisors-and-safe-check-in-systems or contact Council directly on 8976 0058 if you have any questions or concerns.
To ensure your health and safety, Council will continue to maintain high levels of cleaning and hygiene and we ask you to remember to practice safe physical distancing and wash your hands regularly, or use the hand sanitiser dispensers that can be found at all Council public venues.
ROAD WEIGHT RESTRICTIONS IN FORCE 1st OCTOBER
Permit can be download from here.