Publish on 07 Apr 2017
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Along with the wider Sydney basin, Campbelltown’s open spaces are currently experiencing an extensive peak growth period due to the wet and warm weather conditions.
Council manages more than 1400 hectares of grassed areas within parks, open spaces and sporting facilities. Roadside mowing is also carried out in various areas along 713 kilometres of road network across the city.
While recent excessive rainfall and ongoing unstable weather patterns continue to impact the mowing schedule, Council staff are working hard to overcome these delays as quickly as possible.
Parks and reserves are being assessed on a daily basis, and mowing activities redirected as site conditions improve. Sporting clubs are being regularly advised of mowing progress on relevant fields.
We apologise for the inconvenience caused, and appreciate the community’s patience while these works are underway.
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