Council opens community facilities EOI for 2023-2024

The Jordan Springs Community Hub. 

Sunday, 4 September 2022

Expression of Interest (EOI) applications are now open for community groups and businesses to secure a regular community facility booking for 2023-2024.

Penrith City Council has more than 40 community facilities across the City available for hire for a range of group sizes, with options to suit every budget including not-for-profit and business rates.
Penrith Mayor Tricia Hitchen said more than half a million guests and 200 community groups are welcomed through the doors of Penrith’s community facilities each year. 

“These facilities are hubs which bring people together and support a vibrant community,” Cr Hitchen said.

“Whether you are a not-for-profit, community group, local business or social group there is a facility available to suit your needs.” 

Council has an ongoing community centre renewal program to upgrade facilities and ensure they are fit for purpose. Over the past three years, $4 million has been invested in upgrading community facilities in Castlereagh,

Glenmore Park, Mulgoa, Werrington, Werrington Downs, Colyton and St Marys. 

This year, Council will also be upgrading St Marys Community Centre and Senior Citizens Centre, and South Penrith Neighbourhood Centre. 

EOI applications are now open and close on Friday 23 September 2022. 

To submit an application visit or call Council on 4732 8021.

Information contained within this news release was correct as at Sunday, 4 September 2022.