Category: News

State of Alert Declared for the ACT & Extreme Weather Conditions Expected on Friday 10 Jan 20

A State of Alert was declared for the ACT on Thu 2 January 2020. The State of Alert is about preparedness. As a community we must all be prepared ahead of more extreme weather conditions expected on Friday 10 January 2020.

For all updates in relation to the State of Alert, please visit the ESA website at or follow ACT ESA on Facebook and Twitter.

Look out for the latest ISCCC Newsletter in your letterbox

The ISCCC has organised for this newsletter to be delivered to households throughout the inner south by the end of this week, and so keep your eye out for it. In particular, the newsletter aims to: Encourage inner south residents to complete the ISCCC’s online survey at Invite inner south residents to the ISCCC’s Click for full article

ISCCC calls for action by Ministers to ensure high quality Kingston Arts Precinct

The ISCCC has written to Ministers seeking consideration and action by Ministers to ensure a high quality development emerges in the precinct that respects its significant heritage values, is loved and used by the arts and broader community and businesses, and becomes sustainable economically, socially and environmentally.

Residents have their say on climate change and urban forest issues at ISCCC Public Forum on 8 October 2019

Inner south residents attending the ISCCC’s public forum on 8 October 2019 asked quite a few questions in response to presentations from the National Capital Authority CEO Sally Barnes, Climate Change Minister Shane Rattenbury, and ANU Forestry Professor Peter Kanowski about climate change, urban forest and other living infrastructure issues. Find out more: Summary record Click for full article

Online ISCCC Survey of inner south residents: What would make your life better where you live?

The Inner South Canberra Community Council (ISCCC) invites you to have your say on what you value about your local area, suburb or the inner south generally, what you would like to change, or to be protected, to make it a better place to live. In particular, we are seeking your views on planning and Click for full article