Residents can have their say on the future of sporting facilities in the Camden area as Council updates its Sportsground Strategy.
Residents can declutter their homes more than ever, with Council offering an extra kerbside collection per financial year as of 1 July 2020.
Council welcomes the NSW Government’s announcement of vital corridors for three new transport links including a future Oran Park train station.
Oran Park’s Julia Reserve Youth Precinct has been awarded for its architectural excellence at the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects Awards recently.
Camden Council will re-open Camden Civic Centre and the Bicentennial Equestrian Park with a number of limitations in place, as well as easing restrictions at its libraries next week.
Local businesses and suppliers will receive preference under Council’s revised purchasing and procurement policy adopted at this week’s ordinary meeting.
Council has adopted an exciting investment program that will see the delivery of infrastructure, services, projects and initiatives across the fastest growing local government area in Australia.
Camden Council is proud to reveal our newest designed waste truck with the all-important messaging on how we can all help stop the spread of COVID-19.
International BMX riders will soon ride into Camden after Council successfully secured funding of $2.79 million from the NSW Government’s 2019/20 Greater Sydney Sports Facility Fund.