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The Morrison Government has approved funding for safety and amenity upgrades to the Katoomba and Springwood town centres, delivering on its local election commitments and supporting local jobs.

Traffic along Badgally Road is flowing smoothly after a $5.76 million upgrade to widen the major arterial road from two to four lanes was completed.

In addition to a number of other vital financial supports, grants of up to $75,000 are now open for eligible primary producers recovering from flood and storm damage under the Special Disaster Grants program. 

The Step by Step Recovery Support Service will be extended for another year, supporting Blue Mountains and Hawkesbury residents to recover from last summer’s bushfires.

This co-funding by the NSW and Commonwealth Governments will target those areas hardest hit by last season’s devastating bushfires.

This co-funding by the NSW and Commonwealth Governments will target those areas hardest hit by last season’s devastating bushfires.

Construction on the Northern Road Stage 2 and the full Bringelly Road Upgrade is complete and open to traffic.

The iconic Hawkesbury Show, which was cancelled this year because of the COVID-19 pandemic, will receive a $70,000 funding from the Morrison Government' in a major win for local businesses, volunteer organisations and producers.

 

Blue Mountains City Council will receive $250,000 under Stream 1 of the Australian and NSW Government’s Bushfire Community Recovery and Resilience Fund, which helps councils promote community well-being, social and future disaster resilience.

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