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Blacktown stray dogs stats slide

26 July 2017

Blacktown City pet owners seem to be heeding calls to take better care of their canine companions, according to the latest Council data.

Mayor donates blood to save lives

25 July 2017

Mayor of Blacktown City Stephen Bali has rolled up his sleeves to give a life-saving blood donation to the Red Cross Blood Service.

Blue Mountains and Blacktown unite against Badgerys Creek

23 July 2017

The Mayors of two of western Sydney’s largest councils – the City of Blue Mountains and Blacktown City Council today vowed to keep fighting to protect their residents and ratepayers from the impacts of Western Sydney Airport at Badgerys Creek.

Garden competition entries open

21 July 2017

Calling all green thumbs: Blacktown City Council is on the look-out for the city’s best gardens.

Glenwood gateway sign will be unveiled at community forum

21 July 2017

The design for the long-awaited Glenwood gateway sign will be revealed at the next Blacktown City Council’s monthly community forum, which allows residents and ratepayers to come and Have Your Say.

Kids create Kings Langley playground

20 July 2017

Kings Langley youngsters will enjoy a playground of their own imagination following the opening of a new park in the suburb.

AFL Intensive English Cup celebrates a sixth year at Blacktown

20 July 2017

The AFL Intensive English Cup (IEC) will return to Blacktown International Sportspark Sydney for the 6th consecutive year on Tuesday 25 July 2017.

Gym Closure - Monday 31 July 2017

19 July 2017

Please note the gym at Blacktown Aquatic Centre will be closed from 6am-3pm on Monday 31 July 2017 to allow new carpet to be installed.

Public ping-pong’s plaza premiere

18 July 2017

Blacktown City Council has placed a permanent weather-proof ping-pong table – the first of its kind for Blacktown City – in the Civic Plaza outside Westpoint Shopping Centre on Flushcombe Rd.

Rooty Hill forum beats State of Origin

13 July 2017

Cries for a lift at Rooty Hill train station opened the question session at Blacktown City Council’s Have Your Say community forum, staged at Rooty Hill School of Arts last night.

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