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Council Contacts

Council Office
29 Mitchell St
Bourke NSW 2840
ph  (02) 6830 8000
fax (02) 6872 3030
 
Corporate Services

Manager: Leonie Brown

Areas of responsibility and contacts within the Corporate Services Department

Primary Objective: To develop and maintain effective administrative, strategic management, public relations, recreation and community service systems to ensure optimum benefits accrue to the community.

To provide effective financial planning and reporting to ensure Council remains in a sound financial position.  To implement revenue policies which provide a fair and equitable distribution of the rate burden and maximise revenue from user charges, regulatory fees and contributions.  To ensure effective use of information technology throughout all operations of Council. 

Areas of Responsibility

Finance   
Administration
RMS Agency
Rates
Information Technology
Bourke Youth Services
Payroll
Library Services

Contacts

Corporate Services Contacts 

Kai Howard-Oakman Executive Assistant 02 6830 8008
Jodi Hatch Library Manager 02 6872 1924

 

Engineering Services

Areas of Responsibility within the Engineering Services Department 

To provide, develop and maintain Bourke's infrastructure assets in terms of its transport services (roads, wharves, boat ramps, footways, airport and aerodromes), utility services (water, sewerage, drainage and flood mitigation), buildings, village amenities, open space recreation facilities (parks, reserves, racecourse), store, depot and fleet operations, and to undertake timely and effective forward planning of the town's land use and infrastructure requirements.

Management Staff

Mark Gordon Manager Roads
Peter Brown Manager Works

 

 

 

Contacts

Engineering Services Contacts 

Scott Parnaby Roads Supervisor 0428 265 507
John Bartley Bitumen Maintenance 0417 146 644
Neil Driscoll Workshop 0419 435 056
Chris Morrall Roads Inspector 0427 948 109

 

Environmental Services

Manager: Dwayne Willoughby

Primary Objective
To promote, develop and maintain the natural and built environment and protect the community from risks to health and safety by properly monitoring buildings, development, food and waste services and facilitating services for a safe, clean, healthy and orderly environment which will in turn improve the quality of life for residents of Bourke.

Areas of responsibility within the Environmental Services department include:

Development control
Town planning and heritage
Subdivisions
Health protection
Environmental protection and enhancement
Waste management
Cemeteries
Ranger and municipal enforcement
Public swimming pool
Noxious weeds