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Phone number: 02 4645 4000
Campbelltown City Council has hundreds of city improvement projects planned. Details of key medium to large projects are available in list or map view on this page. You can also use the search filters below to locate the improvements you are interested in.
Download the complete list of Asset Renewal Programs across the Campbelltown LGA.(663KB, PDF)
Suburb: Englorie Park
Asphalt re-sheeting works along Englorie Park Drive have now been completed. This work was part of this year's Road Renewal Program.
Asphalt re-sheeting works along Gilchrist Drive have now been completed. This was part of the Australian Government's 'Infrastructure Investment Program Stimulus' - supporting the community.
The Glenfield Park Playspace Expansion will enhance the surrounding open space area including a new water play area and an inclusive playspace for everybody, regardless of age or ability.
Asphalt re-sheeting works along MacDonald Road have now been completed. This was a Road to Recovery Project and is part of this year's Road Renewal Program.
Asphalt re-sheeting works along Plough Inn Road have now been completed. This was a Road to Recovery Project and is part of this year's Road Renewal Program.
BMX enthusiasts and skateboarders will be delighted with the new asphalt pump track to be built in Leumeah, adding to the open space attractions within the precinct.
The knockdown and rebuild of the Rosemeadow Sports Complex Amenity Block, along Spring Creek is now complete and ready for the commencement of the season.
Re-sheeting works along this section of Juction Road (Southern End) have now been completed, as part of Council's Renewal Program. This is a State Funded Project.
Suburb: St Andrews
Asphalt re-sheeting works along a section of Stromeferry Crescent has now been completed. This was a Road to Recovery Project and is part of this year's Road Renewal Program.
The Campbelltown Billabong Parklands will create a new water attraction that will be a destination facility in the heart of the Campbelltown City Centre.