The Council Office, Campbelltown Arts Centre and most services will be closed on Monday 12 June 2023 for the King's Birthday public holiday. Find out which services are open and how to keep in touch.
Campbelltown City has a new emerging role to play in the growth and development of metropolitan Sydney.
Important decisions by Government such as the South West District Plan, the Glenfield-Macarthur Priority Urban Renewal Corridor Strategy and the Greater Macarthur Priority Growth Area all herald a new era of development and urban growth for Campbelltown City.
We are focused on developing great places and a dynamic economy where businesses, families and neighbourhoods thrive. Find out more by reading our Community Strategic Plan.
Public art, markets and live music are just some of the things you'll discover in a number of locations in the shopping precinct of Queen Street as part of On Q, a year-long program proudly funded by the NSW Government's Streets and Shared Spaces to test ideas that will enhance Campbelltown's CBD and create a more vibrant main street.
Check out our What's on page for upcoming events throughout Campbelltown. Are you a local musician or artist? Join our Campbelltown's Got Talent local performers database.
Disasters such as bush fires, floods, storms, loss of utilities and risks to human and animal health can strike at any time. It rests with you to be prepared and to know what to do.
Information on services, programs and activities for our different resident groups including CALD, Aboriginal and Torres Strait islander, women, men, children, youth and older people.
Campbelltown City Council hold a number of Australian Citizenship Ceremonies throughout the year on request from the Department of Home Affairs.
Campbelltown City Council is committed to building a community where residents and visitors alike feel safe and protected.
Council runs Road Safety Programs to keep you safe and informed on our roads. Learn more about the approach to road safety, road rules, demerit points, etc.
Council offers free baby immunisation clinics within the Macarthur community twice a month. Clinics are held at Ingleburn and Campbelltown on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month from 4pm and 6:30pm.
If you have recently moved here (or are about to) our new resident information kit will help make you feel welcome in Campbelltown City.