Council Services Now Available At Fairfield Library

Published Wednesday, 22nd March 2017

Fairfield City Council is increasing the number of services it provides across the Open Libraries network and as of 1 April 2017.

Fairfield City Council is increasing the number of services it provides across the Open Libraries network and as of 1 April 2017, residents and rates payers will be able to visit Fairfield Library and receive assistance for a number of key Council services.


Mayor of Fairfield City, Frank Carbone, acknowledged the importance of providing Council services at Fairfield Library.


“Council is constantly looking at ways to make it easier for our community to access Council services, no matter where they live in our City.


“Our libraries are transforming into modern, cutting edge facilities, and providing a broader range of Council services at numerous locations complements the changing nature of libraries as community hubs”, Mayor Carbone said.


Services to be made available at Fairfield Library from 1 April 2017 include:

  • payment of Council rates
  • dog and cat registrations
  • waste enquiries, such as missed services or bin repairs
  • report a problem, such as trees, footpath and storm water
  • application forms for tree permits or driveways
  • apply for planning certificates
  • all general enquiries.

Enquiries concerning development applications should continue to be made at Council’s Administration Building in Wakeley, where the full range of Council services is available.

Council services are available Monday to Friday from 9.30am to 4.30pm at:

  • Bonnyrigg Library
  • Whitlam Library, Cabramatta
  • Wetherill Park Library
  • Fairfield Library


For more information, call Council on 9725 0222.


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Media enquiries:    Suzie Sekulic, Communications and Marketing Officer
Phone:                    9725 0166
Email:                        fcccommunications@fairfieldcity.nsw.gov.au