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RACT Mobile Service Centre

15 September 2016

The RACT Mobile Service Centre will be in Smithton on 4th October as part of their statewide tour. The service will provide advice and assistance on roadside and driver training; road safety education - with FREE child restraint checks and vehicle inspections.

Trowutta Roadworks

2 September 2016

Council have programmed to conduct road reconstruction works on Trowutta Road commencing 5 September.

Impersonation of Compliance Officer

25 August 2016

Please be aware that there is a male person going around Circular Head knocking on doors and advising the inhabitants he is from Circular Head Council and that they are to surrender their dog to Council immediately.

Tarkine Drive (August 2016)

16 August 2016

The Tarkine Drive is still open to the public.

Gibson Street - Water Main (TasWater)

16 August 2016

TasWater water main renewal works in Gibson Street are planned to start on the 22nd August 2016 (weather permitting). This will occur on the section between Goldie and Nelson Streets.

Waste Coupons 2016/17 - Error in Printing

19 July 2016

The Circular Head Council wishes to advise customers that due to a printing error, the 2016/17 Rates Notices have been printed with only nine Waste Coupons instead of the standard ten.

Tasmanian Flood Recovery Taskforce Information

30 June 2016

Please find attached information sheets about the Tasmanian Flood Recovery Taskforce.

Nelson River / Temma Road Bridge Update

20 May 2016

We are pleased to advise that a new single lane concrete bridge has been installed at Nelson River /Temma Road.

Welcome to Circular Head, one of Tasmania's most beautiful and productive locations. The municipality has:

A diverse range of industries including dairy and prime beef production, commercial fishing and aquaculture, agriculture, forestry and timber production, iron ore pelletising, vegetable processing, manufacturing and tourism.

We invite you to read the Circular Head Profile and watch a short film to discover more about Tasmania's far north-west.

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