Community forum visits Rouse Hill

Published on 31 May 2019

Mayor Stephen Bali MP encouraged residents to attend the next community forum at Rouse Hill College next week..jpg

Blacktown’s new university campus and upgrades to local roads and traffic will be among the leading topics for discussion at the Blacktown City Council community forum in Rouse Hill next week.

Residents from across Ward 1 will also get a chance to hear from their Ward Councillors and raise any issues affecting their neighbourhood at the forum on Tuesday, 11 June at the Rouse Hill Anglican College, 7 Worcester Road, Rouse Hill.

Blacktown City Mayor Stephen Bali MP said: “Our program of community forums is a good opportunity for residents to meet Council staff and Councillors.

“We invite people from Rouse Hill and surrounding suburbs to attend the forum and tell us what really matters to them.”

Information will also be available on Council’s programs, services, venues, festivals and events.

Mayor Bali said: “The forums have proved to be effective for residents to see what Council does and at the same time people get to engage face-to-face with Councillors and Council staff.”

Council hosts Ward forums and pop-up sessions throughout the City giving residents a chance to engage directly with Council.

“I am pleased to see more residents from across Blacktown City are attending the forums and pop-up sessions, and I encourage residents in Ward 1 to join us next week,” Mayor Bali said.

Ward 1 Forum details
When:
Tuesday 11 June 2019
Time: 7 pm to 9 pm
Location:
Rouse Hill Anglican College, 7 Worcester Road, Rouse Hill (cnr Rouse Road)