Council collects treats and delivers drinking water to most of the Gosford LGA and then transports, treats and disposes of its wastewater.
Flooding is defined as a relatively high water flow that overtops natural or artificial banks in any part of a stream, river, estuary, lake or dam. Learn more about flooding in Gosford City and how to report a flood event to council.
A floodplain is an area of land that has been formed by flooding over time and is still subject to periodic inundation. Find out more information on the Floodplain Risk Management process.
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