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Tuesday, December 22, 2015

Council's Christmas closure

The Derwent Valley Council office and depot will be closed from noon this Thursday, December 24, until 8.30am on January 4, 2016.

  • Garbage collection for Friday, December 25 will instead occur on Saturday, December 26, 2015 and the recycling collection will be on Tuesday, December 29. Please ensure that bins are placed for collection prior to 6am.
  • All other garbage and recycling collections will operate as normal including the service scheduled for Friday, January 1, 2016 will be as normal.
  • The National Park Waste Transfer Station will operate as normal.
  • The New Norfolk Landfill Site will close at 11.30am on December 24 and will be closed on Christmas Day. The site will reopen on Boxing Day, December 26.
  • New Norfolk and Bushy Park swimming pools will be closed on Christmas Day
  • Glen Grey House will reopen on January 4.
  • The Valley Children’s Centre will be closed from December 23 and will reopen on January 4.

The council’s emergency telephone number is 6261 8500 (24 hours).

  • For police, fire and ambulance emergencies call 000
  • For non-emergency police matters call 131 444
  • TasWater, phone 136 992
  • Power outages, phone 132 004.

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