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23 June 2020
Penrith City Council and Transport for NSW are introducing 40km/h speed limits on roads in Penrith CBD East where pedestrian activity is high.The 40km/h speed limits will create a safer road environment for everyone, particularly vulnerable groups such as older road users and children.
10 June 2020
Penrith is set to join the worldwide Make Music Day celebrations on Sunday 21 June with a special, livestreamed performance by local artists Ricky Nifo and Pauliasi. Penrith is set to join the worldwide Make Music Day celebrations on Sunday 21 June with a special, livestreamed performance by local artists Ricky Nifo and Pauliasi.
26 May 2020
Work has started on a $3.7 million FIFA Standard multi-usesyntheticsportsfacility at Jamison Park.
Once complete,the facility will deliver two synthetic rectangular football (soccer) fields, a cricket wicket and an AFL oval, along with a new pathway and smart technology LED floodlights.
15 May 2020
In-line with the easing of restrictions by the NSW Government, Council has opened the following facilities: Playgrounds, Dog Parks, Fitness Equipment, BBQ’s, Basketball facilities, Skate Parks, Tennis Courts, Cricket Nets and the Tench Reserve Boat ramp.
10 May 2020
Penrith Council is calling on the community to comment on proposed changes to its major planning instruments, including our Local Environment Plan (LEP) and Development Control Plan (DCP) as well as new draft Development Contributions Plan for non-residential development.
07 May 2020
Residents across the Penrith Local Government Area (LGA) will benefit from 10 sport, play and community infrastructure projects after Council and local sporting clubs received NSW Government funding. Council will also contribute to the projects that received grant funding, with the combined investment being $872,880.