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11 February 2020
Interim results from Council’s project with Western Sydney University (WSU) to collect heat data from 120 heat sensors over summer is already scientifically proving the relationship between development and urban heat.
23 January 2020
Penrith Council’s Citizen of the Year has been awarded to Malcolm Robar for his service to the community as a passionate and dedicated volunteer with various organisations including the NSW State Emergency Service, NSW Rural Fire Service and Marine Rescue NSW.
03 December 2019
Penrith City Council is providing additional waste services such as extra bin collections, a recycling drop off week and a Christmas tree recycling day this Christmas to assist households with any extra waste they may have from the festive period.
01 December 2019
The Penrith Civic Centre and St Marys Council Office will be closed during the Christmas and New Year holiday period from Wednesday 25 December 2019 to Wednesday 1 January 2020, with customer and Library services affected.
22 November 2019
Penrith Council has been recognised for excellence in planning by the Planning Institute Australia (NSW) after it received two awards for its Open Space Reinvestment Project in Erskine Park. The project was awarded the Best Planning Idea – Small Project, and the Hard Won Victory categories.
22 November 2019
Penrith City Council’s push to bring more jobs closer to home for residents received a boost when over 30 senior business leaders from industry, small business, universities, the training sector and government came together to collaborate at the Mayoral Skills Summit.
05 November 2019
It’s a night out with a difference. Council is hosting its first Penrith Producers evening at Triangle Park on Friday 22 November. From 5pm, local Penrith producers will be showcasing locally crafted brews and ciders, delicious foods and devilish desserts for everyone to taste and purchase.