Constructing high quality sporting facilities for the health and wellbeing of the community has led to Council being awarded the 2020 Centre for Primary Health Care and Equity (UNSW) Annual...
Residents are reminded to refrain from feeding wildlife at local parks and lakes and build their own natural ecosystems at home instead.
Seeking information on what you can build on your land is one step easier with Camden Council creating a website solely focused on the local Development Control Plan (DCP).
Residents can become one with nature and take up birdwatching to celebrate National Bird Week, starting from today.
Protecting and enhancing Camden’s natural habitat is high on the agenda, with Camden Council developing the Caring for Cobbitty Hills Landholder Guide recently.
Work to construct Camden’s first premier cricket facility will begin shortly, after Council accepted a tender at last night’s Ordinary Meeting.
Residents will continue to receive assistance through the COVID-19 pandemic, with Camden Council waiving a number of fees for a further three months.
Summer is just around the corner and Camden Council is ready to help you start the fun and games, with the ultimate Backyard Bash to enjoy at home.
Local children will have the chance to learn about the importance of native plants, with Camden Council’s free native plant donation for local preschools and childcare centres.