Council Cafe At Alma Bamblett Centre Pioneer In April
Monday, 12 Apr 2021Griffith City Council Cafe is on the move.
This month you can catch up with Council on Monday, 19 April 2021 at the Alma Bamblett Centre from 8am to 12.30pm.
We want to hear ideas for Griffith's future from those living in the area and anyone else who would like to attend. Residents are invited to come down to the Centre on Heath Crescent at Pioneer and give their feedback. What you share will help Council review the Community Strategic Plan (CSP). There will be assorted giveaways on offer so why not pop by, have a chat and help us 'Imagine Griffith'.
Across from the centre, preparations will be underway for the Dave Taylor Park remediation, if residents have questions about the works, they can chat to staff or pick up a Community Factsheet with all the information.
Council’s Director Economic and Organisational Development, Shireen Donaldson said she hopes locals will come along to talk to Council officers.
“We’d love to hear from as many people as possible as we review our current Community Strategic Plan – Guiding Griffith 2040,” said Ms Donaldson.
“We have done some community consultation in regards to the remediation of Dave Taylor Park at Pioneer and as work is set to start on Monday, 19 April, we thought it would be a good idea to be out there in case residents have any questions and to get them involved in the review of our CSP.
“It’s important to Council that we hear from as many people as possible to ensure we have our priorities right.”
The remediation of the mound at Dave Taylor Park is the first stage of the Griffin Green – Affordable Housing project, a partnership between Griffith City Council and Argyle Community Housing, which will see 20 new affordable dwellings and approximately 45 new affordable housing lots created.
There will not be a Council Café at the Kiosk in Banna Avenue in April.
Vandalism An Ongoing Issue For CouncilFriday, 11 Jun 2021
Following a spate of attacks on a number of Council and community facilities, Council is issuing a timely reminder that a policy exists extending a reward for information leading to a conviction.Read more
Swamps Set To Be RenamedThursday, 10 Jun 2021
Three local swamps are set to be renamed following the Ordinary Meeting of Council held last Tuesday.Read more
Boorga Road Set To Get UnderwayThursday, 10 Jun 2021
Boorga Road is set to undergo a $7.3M overhaul, which includes the construction and sealing of the unsealed section between New Farms Road and Dickie Road, and the construction and sealing of Dickie Road, up to approximately 3.km west from Boorga Road.Read more
New Flood Mapping For Yenda AdoptedWednesday, 09 Jun 2021 Read more
Sydney Dance Company Brings The Power Of Dance And MusicFriday, 04 Jun 2021 Read more
Take A Trip Down Memory Lane With The Robertson BrothersFriday, 04 Jun 2021 Read more
Hanwood Cycleway And Henderson Oval Officially OpenedThursday, 03 Jun 2021
Griffith City Council officially opened two important projects on Monday, with the Hanwood Cycleway and the upgraded Henderson Oval Playspace both unveiled.Read more
Winter Is Coming - Calling All Local ArtistsMonday, 31 May 2021
Griffith Regional Art Gallery is calling for local artists and craft people to be part of Rethinking the Winter Solstice - their community art exhibition for 2021.Read more
Streetscapes Griffith To Go Out With A Bang!Thursday, 27 May 2021 Read more
Work At Westend Gets UnderwayWednesday, 26 May 2021
The redevelopment of Griffith’s Westend Oval has commenced, marking a significant milestone for the $26.5M project with Hines Constructions undertaking the work over the next 12 months.Read more
Be A Part Of Australia’s Liveability CensusTuesday, 25 May 2021 Read more
Kooyoo Street Set To Be Transformed With High Streets GrantMonday, 24 May 2021
Griffith City Council has been successful in obtaining a $1M grant through the NSW State Government’s ‘Your High Street Grant Program’, which will partly fund Stage 1 of the Kooyoo Street redevelopment, from Banna Avenue through to Banna Lane.Read more
Hanwood Storm Water Pump Project Moves AheadMonday, 24 May 2021
A project providing flood relief to the Hanwood community is in the pipeline, with Minister for Police and Emergency Services David Elliott visiting the site on Friday, 21 May 2021.Read more
Griffith Mayor Welcomes Federal BudgetThursday, 20 May 2021 Read more