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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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2015 Business Papers and Minutes

2015 Business Papers and Minutes The Business Paper Agenda will be uploaded by close of business the Friday prior to the Council Meeting.Business Paper documents can also be viewed at...

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Bushland Restoration

Bushland Restoration At present, there is approximately 158ha of bushland in Camden Local Government Area (LGA) which is under Council’s care and control.

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Land Register

Land Register In accordance with Section 53 of the Local Government Act 1993, Council is required to maintain a register of all land vested in it or under its control.The...

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Public Notices

Public Notices Camden Council's Matters on Exhibition, Tenders and Expressions of Interest are available below and published in Council's ad in the Macarthur Chronicle when appropriate.All Council Tenders and Expressions...

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How can the community have a say?

As part of the Planning Proposal process, Council is required to formally exhibit the Planning Proposal for a period of either 14 or 28 days as determined by the Gateway...

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Graffiti

Graffiti Camden Council can remove graffiti from Council property, including community halls and facilities. Please report graffiti as soon as possible in order to have it removed promptly.

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Does Council have a collection point?

No. Council is currently discussing options with TOMRA about locations for possible collection points. More information will be available in the coming months.

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How much will my rates increase by if the current SRV does not continue?

If Council were to let the current 1.1% SRV expire, residential rates would increase by approximately $26 (0.50 cents per week) and $109 ($2.10 per week) for businesses in 2019/20.

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Committees and Advisory Groups

Committees and Advisory Groups If you would like to be involved in decision making processes around the use of some of Camden Council’s facilities or the delivery of Council funded...

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Artist Register

Artist Register Camden Council maintains an Artists Register to promote and support individual artists, groups and creative professionals and increase their profile in the community.

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Grants

Grants Camden Council provides financial assistance to not-for-profit community groups and organisations that provide services and programs to residents in the Camden Local Government Area as well as donations for...

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Women and Men

Women and Men Camden Council aims to foster and enhance participation by all residents in the life of the community and the life of Council.

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Road and Reserve Names

Road and Reserve Names Council is providing residents with the opportunity to suggest names for consideration for future roads and reserves within the Camden LGA.Names must be in accordance with...

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Eligibility

Eligibility Written applications will be considered from not-for-profit groups, organisations or individuals seeking to organise an event/activity/service within the Camden LGA that has demonstrable benefit to the wider community.

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About Us

About Us Camden Council is currently the fastest growing Local Government Area (LGA) in Australia.The Camden area is one of the fastest growing in the country, with the population forecast...

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Cultivating Creativity in Camden

Cultivating Creativity in Camden Camden Council is currently undertaking a Cultural Mapping Project and is consulting with the Camden community as part of the ongoing process.

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Camden Council's Approval to Operate Program

Section 68 of the Local Government Act 1993 states that Council Approval is required to operate an OSSM system.

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Parks and Recreation

Parks and Recreation Camden Council has a range of information available on Parks and Recreation Facilities in the Local Government Area.

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Special arrangements to pay

Ratepayers who, due to hardship, are not in a position to settle their rate account in full or in four instalments, can make alternative arrangements to pay by agreement with Council.

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