Have your say and shape the future of the City of Parramatta
City of Parramatta’s draft Operational Plan 2017/18 is planned to be on public exhibition in early May and Council is inviting the community to provide feedback.
This important plan sets out the proposed actions, projects and services that Council will provide to its community, and outlines Council’s budget and proposed rates, fees and charges for the new financial year.
The draft Operational Plan has been prepared with direction from the City’s new vision and priorities.
Council plans to deliver more than $230 million on essential services, quality assets and infrastructure including:
- waste collection
- community events
- improving roads
- footpaths, cycle
- stormwater and sewerage networks
- protecting the built and natural environment
- maintaining community facilities
- providing open space and recreation programs
- and many other activities that help make Parramatta a great place to live.
A series of drop-in sessions will be held throughout the Local Government Area and community members are welcome to ask questions and discuss the plan with Council staff. Proposed locations and times are:*
|Thursday 11 May||9am to 1pm||Rawson Street, Epping|
|Thursday 11 May||3pm to 6.30pm||Northmead Shopping Centre|
|Friday 12 May||10am to 2pm||Centenary Square, Parramatta|
|Saturday 13 May||9am to 12pm||Ermington Town Centre|
|Saturday 13 May||1.30pm to 4.30pm||Bennelong Bridge, Wentworth Point|
|Tuesday 16 May||3pm to 6.30pm||Parramatta Transport Terminal|
|Wednesday 17 May||3pm to 7pm||Epping Railway Station|
|Thursday 18 May||3.30pm to 6.30pm||Newington Shopping centre|
|Saturday 20 May||9am to 11.30pm||Waratah Shops, Telopea|
|Saturday 20 May||1pm to 4pm||Binalong Park, Toongabbie|
|Sunday 21 May||9am to 12pm||Royal Institute for Deaf and Blind Children markets, North Rocks|
* Exhibition period and drop-in sessions are subject to change. Keep an eye on this space for further updates and options on how to provide your feedback.