A day in the life of your Council

Learn more about what we do to help make Lake Mac a fun place to live, work and play in.
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Shane changes up to 30 tyres a day to keep our fleet of trucks on the road. That's 1 tyre every 16 minutes!

Shane changes up to 30 tyres a day to keep our fleet of trucks on the road. That's 1 tyre every 16 minutes!

Brian is our mechanic who services Council's fleet on site or on the side of the road. Thanks Brian for keeping our vehicles up and running!

Brian is our mechanic who services Council's fleet on site or on the side of the road. Thanks Brian for keeping our vehicles up and running!

Wayne is our Engineering Tradesman who makes many of Council's metal work projects for the community. He's made everything from bus shelters, safety grates and even bird nesting spaces!

Wayne is our Engineering Tradesman who makes many of Council's metal work projects for the community. He's made everything from bus shelters, safety grates and even bird nesting spaces!

Our events team help make Lake Mac a fun place to live and visit with great community events such as the Lake Mac Festival, the Lake Macquarie Festival of Surfing, Living Smart Festival, Carols by Candelight and more! http://www.lakemac.com.au/events

Our events team help make Lake Mac a fun place to live and visit with great community events such as the Lake Mac Festival, the Lake Macquarie Festival of Surfing, Living Smart Festival, Carols by Candelight and more! http://www.lakemac.com.au/events

Our Over 55s program focuses on the health, safety and wellbeing of our residents. The program operates between February and November each year and consists of free workshops and activities around the City. All events are free for people aged 55 years and over! http://www.lakemac.com.au/community/over-55s

Our Over 55s program focuses on the health, safety and wellbeing of our residents. The program operates between February and November each year and consists of free workshops and activities around the City. All events are free for people aged 55 years and over! http://www.lakemac.com.au/community/over-55s

Council maintains more than 800 parks, foreshore areas and sporting fields, which are mowed on a rotational basis. We mow grass in non-residential areas along the roadside, verges and in drainage reserves.

Council maintains more than 800 parks, foreshore areas and sporting fields, which are mowed on a rotational basis. We mow grass in non-residential areas along the roadside, verges and in drainage reserves.

Environmental Health Officers collect water samples from 14 different sites across Lake Macquarie to be tested as part of the Beachwatch program http://www.lakemac.com.au/pagewater.aspx?pid=797&vid=27

Environmental Health Officers collect water samples from 14 different sites across Lake Macquarie to be tested as part of the Beachwatch program http://www.lakemac.com.au/pagewater.aspx?pid=797&vid=27

Lake Macquarie City Council and the Pelican Area Sustainable Neighbourhood Group held a bus tour on the morning of the February King Tide to see what sea level rise could look like, and to visualise future impacts so we can start preparing for the future.

Lake Macquarie City Council and the Pelican Area Sustainable Neighbourhood Group held a bus tour on the morning of the February King Tide to see what sea level rise could look like, and to visualise future impacts so we can start preparing for the future.

Council lifeguards patrol Blacksmiths, Catherine Hill Bay, Caves Beach and Redhead beaches annually from the September/October school holidays through to April.

Council lifeguards patrol Blacksmiths, Catherine Hill Bay, Caves Beach and Redhead beaches annually from the September/October school holidays through to April.

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