Keeping Sydney open to all
We’re expecting a wetter-than-normal summer in Sydney this year. Here’s what you can do now to protect yourself, your home and neighbours during summer storms .
More than 20,000 face masks have been distributed to support Sydney’s vulnerable communities during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Parts of the City have been recently identified by NSW Health as areas for increased surveillance and testing for Covid-19.
The NSW Government is strongly encouraging greater use of masks in public settings.
Sydney: We’re asking you to help us provide food for the thousands of Sydneysiders going hungry due to Covid-19.
People who live in or have visited the area in the past 2 weeks are urged to get tested if they have any Covid-19 symptoms.
Local organisations and events have received valuable support from the City of Sydney during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Act today to keep yourself and your neighbours safe when extreme weather hits.
Explore talks, performances and forums including a conversation with refugee advocates Cate Blanchett and Marta Dusseldorp.
New measures make bike riding safer and easier across the city as more commuters pick up a bike.
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