More than $128 million of capital works will take place over 12 months in Campbelltown as part of a $318 million budget approved by the Campbelltown City Council, including $18.4 million for local roads, footpaths and cycleways.
The Delivery Program and Operational Plan sets out the tasks and projects which Campbelltown City Council will complete over the next year to respond to the needs of the community and deliver essential services.
“It’s an exciting time to be a resident of Campbelltown with so many things happening across our community, highlighted in this budget,” Mayor George Brticevic said.
“There’s also a significant commitment to Council’s core responsibilities such as road and park maintenance, events, new parks and play spaces, and waste.”
Cr Brticevic thanked the residents of the community who provided feedback and said their views had been reflected in the Delivery Program and Operational Plan.
Key features of the Operational Plan include:
- Construction of the Campbelltown Billabong Parklands
- Reimagining Campbelltown City Centre Master Plan priority projects
- Progress Community and Justice Precinct
- Recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic
- Recreation and cultural projects
The $128 million capital works program includes $18.4 million for local roads, footpaths and cycleways.