- Written by Teela Griffin Penrith City Council (02) 4732 7777 (02) 4732 7958 email@example.com https://www.penrithcity.nsw.gov.au 601 High St Penrith NSW 2750 Australia
Council will soon be upgrading 90 playspaces across the City with trees and other shade structures across the next three-years.
The program forms part of a shade assessment that was completed in 2019 as part of Council’s Shade Facilities at Playspaces Policy. The assessment noted 90 playspaces requiring additional shade to enhance the experience for adults and children using the space while beating the heat during our summer months.
While there will be some disruption to the use of playgrounds during this time, we have endeavoured to minimise this by scheduling the works during normal business hours between Monday to Friday. You can still enjoy the use of the playgrounds on weekends and public holidays.
The works will take place on a rolling schedule across the next three years, concluding in 2023.
The tree planting program will be delivered during times of optimal growing conditions.
The first 15 playspaces to receive shade structures are listed below. More upgrades to be announced soon.
- Smith Park, Castlereigh
- Grays Lane & Ellim Place Reserve, Cranebrook
- Grey Gums Oval, Cranebrook
- Lowery Close Reserve - John Whitton Memorial, Emu Plains
- Gough & Lucas Street Reserve, Emu Plains
- Annett Street Reserve, Emu Plains
- Williams Street, Cambridge Park
- Northridge Park, Jordan Springs
- Pamela Parade Reserve, Leonay
- Warragamba Crescent Reserve, South Penrith
- Pioneer Park, South Penrith
- Damien Ave & Joanna Reserve, South Penrith
- Greenway Drive Reserve, South Penrith
- Baronesa Park, South Penrith
- Brown Street Reserve, Penrith