Floods pose significant risk to people and property. Parts of Campbelltown City are prone to flooding that can occur quickly after a storm, and it's important to be prepared.
Council has completed a flood study for the Bow Bowing Bunbury Curran Creek system (see map). This study will provide a better understanding of the potential impacts of floods across most of the city.
You are invited to attend a public information session to learn more about flooding in your area. In order for flood information to be provided in the most easy to understand manner, the city has been broken up into three regions: North, Central and South.
To have your enquiries addressed, it is important that you attend the session for your area.
The public information session will:
- inform you about the flood risk to your property and area
- provide you with an opportunity to provide details of your flood experiences
- enable you to ask questions regarding flooding issues
- enable you to provide feedback and ideas on ways to reduce flood risk in your area.
Public information sessions will be held in the following locations:
| 5pm – 8pm Wednesday 24 February 2016
Queen Street, Campbelltown
| 5pm – 8pm Wednesday 2 March 2016
||Eagle Vale Community Centre
31 Emerald Drive
(located next to Eagle Vale Central and Eagle Farm Reserve)
| 5pm – 8pm Monday 14 March 2016
||Greg Percival Community Centre
Corner of Oxford and Cumberland Roads, Ingleburn
- Register for an information session
Community consultation regions
Click on the relevant map for an expanded view
Campbelltown Macarthur CBD Precinct
Council is bringing forward detailed planning for the Campbelltown/Macarthur Regional City Centre and part of the investigation work being undertaken involves an examination of how flooding and stormwater may affect the precinct.
Images of flooding in the Campbelltown area