Council services, events and regular programs have been impacted by measures to help slow and prevent the spread of COVID-19.
The Cessnock Local Government Area has been declared a disaster zone following the March 2021 flood. If you were adversely impacted by the event, you may be eligible for support.
Contact Cessnock City Council by using the National Relay Service (NRS) and obtain information in your language through the Translating and Interpreting Services (TIS).
Our facilities have a range of measures in place to reduce access barriers for people with disability.
Council has a key role in providing community spaces that encourage and enable people to participate in life. We also have a role in advocating for improved access to services and facilities.
Mobility maps assist people plan accessible routes and safely navigate our precincts.
The Master Locksmith Access Key (MLAK) is a key enabling people with a disability to access dedicated public community facilities throughout Australia.
Read Council's Disability Inclusion Action Plan 2021-2025 which demonstrates our commitment to improving opportunities for people with disability to access services, activities, facilities and information.
Cessnock City Council
62-78 Vincent Street
Cessnock NSW 2325, Australia
PO Box 152, Cessnock NSW 2325
02 4993 4100
After Hours Emergency
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Cessnock City Council acknowledges Aboriginal people as the traditional custodians of the land on which our offices and operations are located, and we pay our respects to Elders past, present and future.
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