Work has begun on completing missing infrastructure links across the Camden area, with construction underway at one location and designs completed at another five.
Camden Council Library Services has announced an expanded home delivery service for vulnerable residents in the community as part of Council’s COVID-19 community support package.
Residents are encouraged to investigate ways to minimise the amount of waste being produced, with weekly household waste generation up by 15 per cent over the last two months.
Family togetherness is more important than ever right now and we’re hoping to add some cheer in celebrating National Families Week this year.
Council will re-open dog parks, tennis courts, public playgrounds, outdoor barbecue facilities and exercise equipment throughout the Camden area from Friday 15 May, 2020.
Dreaming of your post-isolation destination? Camden Council wants to help make your dreams a reality with the upcoming Post-Iso Wishlist competition!
Supporting your local cafés and restaurants is now easier, thanks to a new website launched to assist local eateries through the COVID-19 pandemic.
Skateparks may be closed but that doesn’t mean you can’t have fun, so we’re running an online competition for local skateboarders, scooter and BMX riders.
It’s your chance to hear what everyone has been getting up to while social distancing with Camden Council’s #whatscamden social media campaign.