Listening to our community Your Services - Your Say

Consultation has concluded

Council is reviewing the level of service that it provides in a wide range of areas including; roads and drainage; footpaths and cycle ways; parks and public spaces; sporting and recreational facilities; community buildings and public toilets; and cultural facilities.

Our aim is to become a more financially sustainable Council by 2019/2020. There are some important decisions to be made so that we appropriately allocate our funding in the future. We need your assistance to help us to understand the levels of service that you expect from us. In turn we need you to understand the challenges that we face in delivering these services to you.

We invite you to read the material provided in the Document Library to the right of your screen and complete the survey.

Public meetings have also been scheduled throughout the City and the dates and locations are promoted in Key Dates, also to the right. Please email rsvp@hawkesbury.nsw.gov.au indicating the number of people attending and the location in the subject line or call our Customer Service Team on (02) 4560 4444 to register.

Council is reviewing the level of service that it provides in a wide range of areas including; roads and drainage; footpaths and cycle ways; parks and public spaces; sporting and recreational facilities; community buildings and public toilets; and cultural facilities.

Our aim is to become a more financially sustainable Council by 2019/2020. There are some important decisions to be made so that we appropriately allocate our funding in the future. We need your assistance to help us to understand the levels of service that you expect from us. In turn we need you to understand the challenges that we face in delivering these services to you.

We invite you to read the material provided in the Document Library to the right of your screen and complete the survey.

Public meetings have also been scheduled throughout the City and the dates and locations are promoted in Key Dates, also to the right. Please email rsvp@hawkesbury.nsw.gov.au indicating the number of people attending and the location in the subject line or call our Customer Service Team on (02) 4560 4444 to register.

Consultation has concluded
  • Results of Listening to Our Community Your Services – Your Say Consultation

    about 1 year ago

    Thank you for participating in Council’s Listening to Our Community Your Services – Your Say consultation regarding the level of service that Council provides and the condition of our assets. The comments and feedback provided through this consultation has given Council invaluable information to help future planning for the Hawkesbury. See the Document Library on this page to see summary results of the various consultation methods used. These results will be used to inform Stage 2 of the consultation which will be conducted in 2017.

    Thank you for participating in Council’s Listening to Our Community Your Services – Your Say consultation regarding the level of service that Council provides and the condition of our assets. The comments and feedback provided through this consultation has given Council invaluable information to help future planning for the Hawkesbury. See the Document Library on this page to see summary results of the various consultation methods used. These results will be used to inform Stage 2 of the consultation which will be conducted in 2017.

  • See the results of our Listening to our community Your Services - Your Say Public Meetings

    about 1 year ago

    A summary of each meeting can be found here.

    A summary of each meeting can be found here.

  • The Colo Heights community finding out that Council manages 52,226 assets, valued at close to $1 billion!

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    Did you know this!?


    Did you know this!?


  • Residents of Richmond cast their vote at the Public Meeting last Thursday

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    Director of City Planning, Matt Owens, and Director of Infrastructure, Jeff Organ, attended the meeting where residents voted on their priorities for future investment.


    Director of City Planning, Matt Owens, and Director of Infrastructure, Jeff Organ, attended the meeting where residents voted on their priorities for future investment.


  • Bilpin Markets on Saturday was a lot of fun. Staff met locals who enjoyed breakfast, bought fresh produce, and had a chat about Council services at our Listening Kiosk.

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    Director of City Planning, Matt Owens, speaking with a local resident.


    Director of City Planning, Matt Owens, speaking with a local resident.


  • Residents had many questions to raise at the Public Meeting last night in North Richmond

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    Thank you to the 30+ residents who took the time last night to come and chat with Council staff, including the Executive Team!


    Thank you to the 30+ residents who took the time last night to come and chat with Council staff, including the Executive Team!


  • Council staff member, Michael Laing, speaks with an interested local resident of the Hawkesbury

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    Council staff had many meaningful conversations with local residents about Council's levels of service, at the Listening Kiosk in North Richmond on the weekend.


    Council staff had many meaningful conversations with local residents about Council's levels of service, at the Listening Kiosk in North Richmond on the weekend.


  • Greg and Judy Wood voting on their priorities for future investment at the Public Meeting in Windsor!

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    Public Meetings in Pitt Town, Kurrajong and Windsor have been well attended and have already helped Council to identify some community priorities, such as roads, cycleways and parks.

    Thank you Greg and Judy for your enthusiasm and to all the residents who have attended!

    There is still a chance to have your say at one of the Public Meetings below:

    10 August @ 6pm NORTH RICHMOND – North Richmond Community Centre, 33 William Street
    11 August @ 6pm RICHMOND – Hawkesbury Leisure and Learning Centre, 114 March Street
    17 August @ 6pm COLO HEIGHTS – Horrie Eley Memorial Hall, Colo... Continue reading

    Public Meetings in Pitt Town, Kurrajong and Windsor have been well attended and have already helped Council to identify some community priorities, such as roads, cycleways and parks.

    Thank you Greg and Judy for your enthusiasm and to all the residents who have attended!

    There is still a chance to have your say at one of the Public Meetings below:

    10 August @ 6pm NORTH RICHMOND – North Richmond Community Centre, 33 William Street
    11 August @ 6pm RICHMOND – Hawkesbury Leisure and Learning Centre, 114 March Street
    17 August @ 6pm COLO HEIGHTS – Horrie Eley Memorial Hall, Colo Heights Reserve
    20 August @11am St ALBANS – St Albans School of Arts


  • Thank you to the Pitt Town Progress Association for having Council staff, including the Executive Team, at their meeting on Monday night!

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    Those who braved the cold found the evening informative and participated by asking lots of relevant questions about Council’s service levels. Members also enthusiastically took part in a voting exercise to help the team understand their priorities for future investments.



    Those who braved the cold found the evening informative and participated by asking lots of relevant questions about Council’s service levels. Members also enthusiastically took part in a voting exercise to help the team understand their priorities for future investments.



  • Lots of locals stopped by our Listening Kiosk at the Animal Shelter Open Day on Saturday!

    about 1 year ago
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    And what a fun day it was. Not just cute animals and free plants - but Council staff were also able to meet many locals and talk about Council's services and facilities.


    And what a fun day it was. Not just cute animals and free plants - but Council staff were also able to meet many locals and talk about Council's services and facilities.