Get involved in Local Government Week 2016
Published Friday, 29th July 2016
Fairfield City Council will celebrate NSW Local Government Week 2016 next week by inviting residents to visit mobile offices at various locations throughout Fairfield City.
Held from 1-7 August, Local Government Week is an opportunity to highlight the important services councils provide by involving the community in
Council staff will “hit the road” next week, bringing the Council to residents at mobile offices in three locations:
- Wednesday: Neeta City, Fairfield, from 10am-1pm
- Thursday: Bonnyrigg Plaza, Bonnyrigg, from 10am-1pm, and
- Friday: Stockland Wetherill Park, from 10am-1pm
Staff will be on hand to answer residents’ questions about all Council services. It is an opportunity to explore what Council is doing to deliver successful services and benefits to the community.
Council provides a range of day-to-day services to the community and is responsible for issues that affect our daily lives.
For more information about Local Government Week events in Fairfield and elsewhere, follow the Twitter conversation at #lgweek2016.
- Local Government is one of the biggest industries in NSW, employing more than 50,000 staff.
- Councils own and manage a number of different local facilities, including
sportsgrounds, skate parks, swimming pools, childcare centres, gardens, parks, stadiums, regional art galleries, tennis courts, museums and theatres. Some councils even manage cemeteries, airports, caravan parks, and shopping centres.
- Services include waste management, water and sewerage, youth and aged, planning, environmental management, cultural development, public health and safety, and more.
- More than 140,000km of local roads are maintained by NSW councils.
Media enquiries: Suzie Sekulic, Assistant Communications and Marketing Officer
Phone: 9725 0166