Investing in the future

Council is committed to ensuring our City is a great place to live, work and play. Our ongoing renewal and maintenance program is just part of the way we do this.

A key part of Council’s role is to ensure our public facilities and infrastructure are well maintained for use by our community.

This includes providing parks for families to play, fields for our sporting pursuits, community halls, leisure centres, public buildings, local roads, footpaths and our kerbs and gutters that residents use every day.

Council is investing $4.1 million across the local government area this financial year in our kerbs, gutters and footpaths in both business and residential areas.

Not only are these works a benefit to local residents and families, they also help to support local businesses and attract new investment into the area.

One major renewal project will see Council invest almost $800,000 in renewing our footpaths, kerbs and gutters in the Fairfield City Centre over the next six months. This includes work from north of Nelson Street to the other side of the railway station.

The work will see renewal of 23 footpaths and kerb and gutters, including the installation of pram ramps to improve accessibility around the City Centre in a number of streets. These include Station Street, Nelson Street, Barbara Street, Smart Street and The Crescent Road.

Some trees near Dale and Barbara streets will be replaced as part of the works.

Council is also planning renewal works for Cabramatta, Carramar, Bonnyrigg and Fairfield Heights town centres this financial year.

Kerb and gutter upgrades


The Mayor's weekly message to residents and ratepayers of Fairfield City.

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