Culture And Our City - A Cultural Plan For Parramatta's CBD 2017-2022
Our new Cultural Plan will prepare our City for the opportunities and challenges that unprecedented growth brings. Culture invites us and others to celebrate Parramatta as a cosmopolitan global city that is rich in diversity and history. It showcases what we are passionate about, what we value, who we are.
For more information, see the full Culture and Our City document.
Disability Inclusion Action Plan
City of Parramatta Council has developed its inaugural Disability Inclusion Action Plan (DIAP).The DIAP outlines the practical steps we will take over the next four years to create a more inclusive community for people with disability who are living in the Parramatta local government area.
For more information, see the Disability Inclusion Action Plan page.
Economic Development Plan
The Economic Development Plan 2017-2021 sets the framework to grow the number of jobs in the Parramatta Local Government Area by providing a clear economic direction for the City. The Plan details specific goals, objectives and programs and provides a positive framework for partners to work together.
For more information, see the full Economic Development Plan document.
Environmental Sustainability Strategy
We believe a great city is one that grows better every day and we need to ensure that the natural environment creates a better quality of life, not just for people, but for all living things.
The City of Parramatta Environmental Sustainability Strategy outlines our four key environmental directions and 20 priority goals as our City grows, so that all of us - residents, workers and visitors - feel the benefits of our growing City.
Environmental sustainability is maintaining all the things we love about where we live, work and play. It’s about preserving everything that makes our City great, even as it grows.
For more information, see the full Environmental Sustainability Strategy document.
Sharing the Opportunities of Growth for all - Socially Sustainable Parramatta Framework
Sharing The Opportunities Of Growth For All is City of Parramatta’s Framework for advancing social sustainability in our local government area and sets out a new way of working for City of Parramatta that puts people first.
For more information, see the full Socially Sustainable Parramatta Framework document.
City of Parramatta Stretch Reconciliation Action Plan
This document demonstrates how City of Parramatta Council will lead by example to advance the important cause of Reconciliation.
The Plan lists key actions to recognise and celebrate our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community, to ensure Council is culturally aware and responsive, and addressing key areas of disadvantage experienced by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
Our aim is to go beyond “acknowledging” our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and to embed Indigenous issues and interests right across Council through corporate documents, policies and projects.
For more information, see the full Stretch Reconciliation Action Plan document.
Parramatta Bike Plan
The Parramatta Bike Plan has been informed by over 3,000 submissions from the community. Combined with a comprehensive cycling audit, current population and jobs forecasts and the latest thinking in cycling infrastructure, the key themes from this engagement have been woven into a cycling network for the next 20 years and beyond.
For more information on the Parramatta Bike Plan, see the Cycling page.
Parramatta Ways Walking Strategy
Walkability is recognised as one of the key aspects that make a city liveable.
The City of Parramatta has recently endorsed the Parramatta Ways Walking Strategy aimed at improving walkability throughout the Parramatta Local Government Area and making people the priority in our streets.
Parramatta has many great destinations, local centres and distinct heritage and cultural experiences that all make it a great place to walk and cycle. The City of Parramatta recognises the importance of walkability for liveability and we are seeking to create a safe, comfortable and interesting City for people to get active and connected.
For more information on the Parramatta Ways Walking Strategy, see the Walking page