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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.(952KB, PDF)
As part of our 2020-2021 Bus Shelter Renewal Program, the bus shelter located between Jaggers Place and Throsby Way North, Ambarvale - right side, (in front of the High School) is being replaced.
Upgrades will be made at Fieldhouse Park to build and create a fun new Play-space for children.COVID-19 has delayed construction of this 2021 Local Park Project.
Suburb: Bow Bowing
Works along Carnarvon Street will be completed as part of this year's Road Renewal Program. This Road to Recovery project is for works between Central Park Drive to the end of the cul-de-sac.
Works along Campbellfield Avenue in Bradbury have now been completed, as part of the 2021-2022 Footpath renewal Program.
Works along St Johns Road will be completed as part of this year's Road Renewal Program. The Road to Recovery Project works will take place between The Parkway Roundabout up to Appin Road.
Works along The Parkway in Bradbury have now been completed, as part of the 2021-2022 Footpath renewal Program.
Upgrades will be made at Bon Wrightson Reserve to build and create a fun new playspace for children.COVID-19 has delayed construction of this 2021 Local Park Project.
FORUM Q is a creative space managed by Campbelltown Arts Centre as part of Campbelltown City Council's On Q project and will feature activations throughout 2021/22.
As part of the 2021-2022 Road Renewal Program, work will take place between Gilchrist Drive and Woodhouse Drive Campbelltown.Funded by the Transport For NSW Grant Repair Program.
Work will take place between Langdon Street and the Officeworks driveway, Campbelltown, as part of the 2021-2022 Road Renewal Program.Funded by the Transport For NSW Grant Repair Program.