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Camden, meet your new Mayor

Macarthur Anglican School student Lachlan Reid took the reins of Camden Council recently after being named Mayor for a Day.
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One thousand trees planted on National Tree Day

Camden’s tree canopy is set to increase in years to come after residents helped plant 1,000 trees as part of National Tree Day last weekend.

Threatened Species competition now open

Local children can show their love for local threatened plants and animals by entering the 15th annual Threatened Species Art and Writing Competition.
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Indigenous themed Waste truck unveiled

The history of Camden will become a talking point with a special Indigenous themed waste truck joining Council’s fleet recently.
National Tree Day 2022

Plant trees with Council on National Tree Day

Residents have the chance to help enhance the environment by taking part in National Tree Day celebrations with Council this Sunday.
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Leisure Centre wins prestigious award

Australia’s next Olympic swimming champion could come from the Camden area after Mount Annan Leisure Centre was awarded the AUSTSWIM NSW Swim School of Excellence – Large award.

Recycling waste diverted from landfill

Recycling in Camden has taken yet another step forward with over one tonne of cardboard and 11 cubic metres of polystyrene diverted from landfill after Council's Recycling Drop Off event...
Flood Recovery Assistance Point

Flood assistance available for the community

Camden’s recovery from the most recent flood continues with affected residents and business owners able to receive assistance at Council’s Flood Recovery Assistance Point at Narellan Child, Family and Community Centre.

Royal commemoration at Sedgwick Reserve

The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations have reached Camden with Council accepting funding of $15,000 to plan a commemorative avenue of trees at Sedgwick Reserve.