Council pops up at festivals

Published on 10 September 2019

Pictured Deputy Mayor Tony Bleasdale speaking to residents at a recent pop-up community information session..JPG

Blacktown City Council will ‘pop up’ at upcoming community festivals to give residents an opportunity to meet their Councillors and Council staff and have their say on any local concerns and issues.

The upcoming pop-up community information sessions will be part of the Woodcroft Festival on Saturday, 21 September and the Blacktown Night Markets on Friday, 27 September.

Blacktown City Mayor Stephen Bali MP said the pop-up sessions were a great avenue for residents to raise any issues.

“The pop-up community information sessions are a perfect opportunity for all community members to raise any issues they might have and for Council to receive valuable feedback from residents.

“We want to make sure residents have as many opportunities as possible to speak to Council which is why we’ve made ourselves available at local festivals.

“I encourage everyone to visit the Woodcroft Festival and the Blacktown Night Markets and drop into the Council stand and say hello.” Mayor Bali said.

Event details for pop-up community information sessions

Woodcroft (Ward 4)

Date: Saturday 21 September 2019

Time: 10 am – noon

Venue: Woodcroft Festival, Woodcroft Reserve, Woodcroft Drive, Woodcroft


Blacktown (Ward 3)

Date: Friday 27 September 2019

Time: 5 pm – 7 pm

Venue: Blacktown Night Markets, Village Green, Campbell Street, Blacktown