Postponed to Saturday 26 October 2019 due to wet weather
Due to current weather conditions, all Council parks and sporting fields where sporting activities are conducted across Blacktown City are closed for all sports until 4pm Friday 20 September
Over the weekend we hosted Blacktown's largest Citizenship Ceremony ever with 1225 residents becoming Australians! 🇳🇿🐨 https://t.co/SEQ0gAlIbf
Magpie swooping season is here! 😰😱
The NPWS is the regulatory authority for native animals and we ask that you please contact them on 1300 072 757 if you have any concerns in your local neighborhood.
<Image by Liam Kidston> https://t.co/KUfKzYPtaE
Glenwood residents now have a bold new sculpture marking the entrance to their community thanks to a joint project by Blacktown City Council and Glenwood High School! https://t.co/FiTa8iyvcK
As part of Local Government Week, we gave away a massive 5,000 plants and shrubs to local residents over 2 days.
The Natural Areas team grow the plants at our Plant Nursery throughout the year at Blacktown Showground. https://t.co/YTrVsL8BvC
A volunteer from our Library - Sanath Gopinath was nominated for the NSW Volunteer of the Year Award! https://t.co/IaTcLIHBOi
Between August 2019 and June 2021, 12,500 high emitting street lights on residential roads through Blacktown City will be replaced with 17 watt LED energy efficient lights. Each light has a 20-year life! https://t.co/dHIUlJQtoI
It was a pleasure to have Federal Member for Greenway, Michelle Rowland MP at the Animal Holding Facility to thank our staff for caring for vulnerable animals and to help raise awareness to combat animal cruelty. https://t.co/m18VeawzuT
Over the coming year, we expect to plant an extra 4,000 trees in streets and parks as part of our yearly planting programs. https://t.co/zvYHjJhVr7
Quakers Hill and Riverstone residents are enjoying their chance to slide, climb and swing with their new and improved park upgrades of $128,000. https://t.co/ao0MHOfJ5C
Mayor Stephen Bali MP donated blood with a local resident and long-time donor, Edwin Russell who made his 500th donation!
Both the Mayor and Edwin's donations contributed to Council's tally in the nation-wide Councils Blood Challenge. https://t.co/s0LBtUc4eB
Thank you to all those who came out to Doonside Festival over the weekend! #doonside https://t.co/CfK2PNOu53
Blacktown City Council presented the NAIDOC Family day yesterday to celebrate the history, culture, and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. We were blessed with beautiful weather, great company and inspiring entertainment. https://t.co/SqfgBwL6wF
Today we recognised our long standing employees who have dedicated more than 25, 30, 35 and 40 years of service to Blacktown City Council.
Congratulations on reaching this great milestone! https://t.co/mZQYVqOmx3
The transformation of Blacktown CBD has taken the next step with the signing of a construction contract for the redevelopment of the Warrick Lane precinct.
A W Edwards will begin construction of the new underground carpark, plaza and associated buildings. https://t.co/dkz2dQZuhd
The Red 25 Blood Challenge has officially commenced. Roll up your sleeves and start saving lives today. Remember just 1 donation can save up to 3 lives! https://t.co/A896q8Hkew
Congratulations to the 12 residents who has been awarded scholarships by Blacktown City Council recognising their outstanding academic performance in 2018! https://t.co/WEbzqKEXHw
Blacktown City Mayor Stephen Bali MP is encouraging Council staff and Blacktown City residents to roll up their sleeves and donate blood as part of the annual Red Cross Red25 Council Blood Challenge. This year our goal is to reach 300 blood donations from Blacktown City Council. https://t.co/InfiTtMLuj
A new $4.5 million Woodcroft Neighbourhood Centre has risen from the ashes.
The new centre can seat 200 people and will be a popular venue for family reunions, weddings, birthday parties and community activities. https://t.co/qdj353iQM7
As part of the Blacktown City Council initiative to reduce urban heat, Schofields and Mount Druitt are set to have 100 new trees planted on residential streets.
Transformation is under way with Blacktown CBD-with the first stage of demolition being completed in our Council's Warrick Lane redevelopment project. https://t.co/PSu9jxM1Uv
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