Mobile forum heads to Lalor Park

Published on 15 March 2019

Open space recreation and community safety programs will be headline topics at Blacktown City Council’s first community forum for 2019 in Lalor Park next month.

Residents will get a chance to hear from their Ward Councillors and raise issues affecting the neighbourhood at the forum on Tuesday, 2 April at the Lalor Park Community Centre.

Blacktown City Mayor Deputy Mayor Tony Bleasdale said: “The Council forum program is a very effective way for residents to have an open discussion with Council staff and Councillors.

“We want more people to attend the forums and tell us what really matters to them.”

Council will also present information on the different programs, services, venues, festivals and events that Council is responsible for.

Councillor Bleasdale said: “We have been running the forums for more than two years now, and residents have identified that this is one of the best ways to engage face-to-face with Councillors and Council staff.”

The forum is the first of 5 Council Ward forums for 2019. Council will also be hosting 5 pop-up sessions at shopping centres and festivals giving more families a chance to engage with Council.

“I encourage residents from different parts of Blacktown City to attend the forums and pop-up sessions to learn about the great things happening in Blacktown City.”

Ward 2 Forum details
Tuesday 2 April 2019
Time: 7 pm to 9 pm
Lalor Park Community Hall, 1 Freeman Street, Lalor Park (Cnr of Freeman St and Northcott Road).