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.
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.
Council is thrilled to announce $11,900 was raised at Boots n’ Beats, to go to flood relief efforts throughout the Camden area.
Local students are in for a treat with two coding clubs being run as after-school library programs starting this month.
Disposing of your recycling waste has again become easier with Council’s Recycling Drop Off event returning this month.
Council is inviting residents to get involved in activities held as part of Refugee Week, to celebrate the positive contributions this group makes to Australia.
Council is proud to launch its new quarterly forum, Creative Collab, aimed at connecting emerging and established arts and creative professionals from the Macarthur region.
Council has accepted $180,000 in funding to support three local programs to assist the Camden community.
Residents are invited to have their say on the future of the Leppington Oval Precinct with a masterplan on exhibition in the coming weeks.