Every Friday, Centenary Square comes alive with the Parramatta Farmers Market, showcasing a variety of fresh fruits, eggs, vegetables, nuts, bread, meat, honey, pastries and flowers sourced from the Sydney basin and regional NSW.
The Community Strategic Plan will identify the main priorities and aspirations of Parramatta’s communities and set out strategies to address these over the next 20 years.
The planning and development of all other Council plans must reflect and support the implementations of the Community Strategic Plan, making it the highest level of strategic planning undertaken by a Council.
Culture and Our City , the draft CBD Cultural Plan for Parramatta formalises our shared cultural ambition for what our City can and should be. Our CBD Cultural Plan is designed to grow what we love in our City as it changes, enjoy and build on our cultural assets and make space for new ideas and opportunities to flourish as we move toward the future.
Winterlight brings 17 days of magical winter fun to the picturesque heritage grounds of Prince Alfred Square in Parramatta from 30 June to 16 July 2017.
City of Parramatta Council has welcomed the NSW Government’s announcement it will contribute $30 million for a new Parramatta aquatic centre, providing certainty that a new pool will be built in the City.
The State Government today confirmed it has allocated enough funding for Council to build a like-for-like new pool to replace the current Parramatta War Memorial Swimming Centre, which will close on 31 March 2017 to make way for the...
As the city-changing Parramatta Square takes shape, there will be inevitable changes to our CBD.
Construction work by developer Walker Corporation means pedestrian access to Darcy Street will close in the coming months. Darcy Street must be closed so Walker Corporation can excavate the site beneath the road and get to work building two new commercial towers. Darcy Street will re-open to coincide with the completion of the commercial tower at 4 Parramatta Square in 2019.
City of Parramatta has welcomed the State Government’s announcement of a preferred route for the first stage of the Parramatta Light Rail project, which is set to transform Sydney’s Central City.
The State Government has announced that Stage 1 of the light rail will run from Westmead, via Parramatta North and the Parramatta CBD, through to Carlingford.