Publish on 24 Jul 2018
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Media release - 24 July 2018
Mayor of Campbelltown, Cr George Brticevic, with Cr Rey Manoto at the new Glenfield City Entrance sign.
Campbelltown City Council has put out the welcome mat.
The first of three new welcome signs at key entrances to the city was unveiled last week at the corner of Campbelltown and Glenfield Roads, Glenfield.
Other signs will be built at: Narellan Road (near M31), and the west end of Badgally Road.
The design of the city entrance structures was completed early this year and their locations were selected carefully to ensure maximum visibility to all the road users.
The sign consists of a curved block wall with corten (rusted) steel pillars at the rear and is surrounded by landscaping. LED lights will illuminate the structures at night.
Mayor of Campbelltown, Cr George Brticevic, said the new signs sent a clear message to residents and visitors that Campbelltown City was open for business.
Council will start work on a similar city entrance structure at Narellan Road in the near future.
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