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Youth Week extravaganza announced

Youth Week extravaganza announced Local young people have the chance to showcase their talents, meet new people and enjoy the best of the area, with Camden Council’s annual Youth Week...

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Dawson-Damer Water Play Park - Wet Play Wheelchairs and Adult Change Facilities

Dawson-Damer Water Play Park - Wet Play Wheelchairs and Adult Change Facilities Camden Council has wet play wheelchairs available for use at Dawson-Damer Water Play Park.The child and adult size...

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Health

Health Camden Council plays an active role in health within the Camden Local Government Area and is committed to ensuring the safety of our residents and visitors.This section provides information...

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Youth Services and Networks

Youth Services and Networks Camden Youth Network (CYN)The Camden Youth Network (CYN) provides local organisations, professionals, and high school representatives who deliver services to young people in the Camden Council...

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Pre-purchase Inspections

Council now provides pre-purchase inspections on septic systems for a small cost. This allows a potential property purchaser to be informed of the current working condition of the septic system...

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Useful Links

Useful Links Here are various links and opportunities for the arts:Accessible Arts Arts Law Arts Hub Australia Council for the Arts Australasian Performing Rights Association (APRA) Create NSW Creative Plus...

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Grant funding to improve visibility in Harrington Park

Grant funding to improve visibility in Harrington Park Lighting will improve along a popular Harrington Park walkway, after Council accepted $15,000 in funding for the project.The NSW Premier’s Grant will...

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Camden Town Centre Streetscape Improvements

Camden Town Centre Streetscape Improvements The revitalisation of Argyle Street will help ensure the main street of Camden remains relevant to our growing Local Government Area, while improving the safety...

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Work on Camden's first synthetic football field is now complete

Work on Camden's first synthetic football field is now complete Work on the Camden area’s first synthetic football field, at Nott Oval in Narellan, is now complete.In addition to constructing...

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End of Term Report

End of Term Report Council is required to review its Community Strategic Plan once every four years by each newly elected Council.Part of this review involves the preparation of a...

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Camden Bicentennial Equestrian Park/Onslow Park

Camden Bicentennial Equestrian Park/Onslow Park On 28 November 2005, Camden Council adopted a specific Plan of Management for Camden Bicentennial Equestrian Park and Onslow Park in accordance with the requirements...

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How to get started?

Read through the Volunteer with Us section to see what opportunities we offer at Council. Once you have found the role that’s right for you, go to our Volunteer Vacancies page.

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Libraries and Alan Baker Art Gallery re-opening

Libraries and Alan Baker Art Gallery re-opening Camden Council will re-open Camden, Narellan and Oran Park Libraries as well as Alan Baker Art Gallery, with a number of conditions in...

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My bin was not emptied / tagged?

Council's waste collection trucks may still be on the road emptying bins and have not yet been to your street or area.

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Camden Valley Way / Richardson Road / Grahams Hill Road Intersection Upgrade

Camden Valley Way / Richardson Road / Grahams Hill Road Intersection Upgrade A road upgrade project aiming to improve traffic flow, reduce delays and assisting crossing.SummaryProject Name: Camden Valley Way/Richardson...

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Perfect Backyard Bash to kick-start summer

Perfect Backyard Bash to kick-start summer Summer is just around the corner and Camden Council is ready to help you start the fun and games, with the ultimate Backyard Bash...

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Upper South Creek Catchment

Upper South Creek Catchment The upper reaches of South Creek start within the Camden Local Government Area, flowing northwards and eventually crossing into Liverpool Council LGA.

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