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Phone number: 02 4645 4000
Find out about the history of Council, our Councillors, meetings information and minutes of previous Council meetings that are available to the public.
Council meetings are open to the public and minutes are available to download. Details of meeting times and committee membership.
Council consists of 15 Councillors who are elected every four years through the Local Government elections.
Organisational structure - Campbelltown City Council
A brief overview of the history of Campbelltown City Council, how it has developed, and its floral emblem.
A number of opportunities are available for financial support to locally based non profit community groups and organisations in Campbelltown.
If it’s events in Campbelltown you’re after, here’s where you’ll find out all about it!
We like to recognise great people, doing great things!
Access to information collected and held by Campbelltown City Council is made available in accordance with the provisions of the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 (GIPA)
Information on various Council policies, strategies, plans, publications and processes.
Council's financial information, including the fees and charges and financial statements for the current financial year is made available to the public following Council approval each year.
Here you'll find important information about rates for property owners, as well as answers to some commonly asked questions
Council offer a variety of services and facilities. You will find all our key contact details here.
Register of Contracts in accordance with the GIPA act.
The community's long term vision for the future of Campbelltown is delivered through Council's corporate planning, strategy and reporting framework.
Campbelltown City Council School Tours provides students with the opportunity to broaden their knowledge and understanding of the role Council plays within the local community.