Liverpool City Council recognises the importance of sustainability - growth and development of the community in a balanced way. We are working towards fostering a partnership with our community to protect, support and conserve our natural resources and environment.
Liverpool City Council is committed to sustaining the environment and helping our residents and businesses do the same.
Environment Restoration Plan
Liverpool City Council received approval for a permanent environment levy called the Environment Restoration Plan.
The Environmental Health Unit is responsible for implementing policies and monitoring compliance through inspections and investigations.
Native Plants and Animals
Liverpool is home to a large variety of native plants, animals and important natural features.
Anyone wishing to prune or remove a tree that is located on private property must first obtain approval from Council.
Water and Waterways
The Liverpool Local Government Area covers substantial portions of the Georges River catchment and the Hawkesbury-Nepean River catchment.
Sustaining Liverpool Newsletter
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Climate Change and Energy
Learn about the effects of climate on Liverpool and Council's plans regarding energy conservation.
Contribute to your community's environment, library or arts and culture programs.
There are a number of different types of pollution that have a large cumulative impact on our local environment.
Stay Safe From Mosquitoes
Mosquitoes are an unfortunate part of life during the warmer months in the Liverpool LGA, particularly in suburbs around the Georges River.
Liverpool City Council continues to support the work of the State Emergency Service by keeping the community informed regarding current severe weather conditions.
A community garden is a community-managed space for non-commercial food growing and other gardening activities, accessible to and for the benefit of the local community. Find out more here.