See the latest information on our response to the coronavirus outbreak.
Our Library @ The Mount Druitt Hub is closed as of 4 pm today, Tuesday 1 December.The library will open again on Wednesday 2 December at 9:30 am.
Flood gates closed
For more information on upcoming changes to waste and/or recycling collections for some of our residents:
Blacktown City has 262 km of waterways , which is the equivalent distance from Sydney to Canberra. There are 162 km of natural waterways and the remaining 100 km are concrete channels, grass swales or modified creeks.
Learn how we are monitoring water quality of our local creeks.
Find information on our current water use and how we are working towards to secure water for our future.
Learn about our catchments and how we are managing them to protect our environment.
Learn about how your rates provide better management of stormwater across the City.
Discover how healthy are our waterways.
Discover how we are integrating WSUD to our urban planning.
Discover what happens after a rain event in an urban space.
Find out if your property is at risk of flooding
Keep sediment on your site to protect our waterways.
Here are some resources to help you learn more about stormwater
Find out how we are working towards becoming a water sensitive city
62 Flushcombe Road
Blacktown NSW 2148
Counter Services 8.00 am - 4.30 pm and
Call Centre Services 8.00 am -5.30 pm
PO Box 63, Blacktown NSW 2148
Phone: (02) 9839 6000
Fax: (02) 9831 1961
ABN: 18 153 831 768
After Hours Emergency: 1300 133 491