We have been busy planning COVID-safe children’s events and are excited to be announcing the introduction of Tiny Tales this term. This program will be held on Wednesdays and will rotate between COVID-safe venues. Bookings are essential and can be made the day before each event. The sessions include:
This year Council is holding an event at the Holroyd Gardens in Merrylands and is inviting the community to come along and help make a difference to our local community.
Always secure your vehicle by keeping it locked when parked and removing any visible valuables.
If you have any concerns you can anonymously report information about crime to Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
Help us keep Cumberland City safe. Whether it’s from first-hand experience or something you’ve witnessed, theft from the home or vehicle, reporting a crime is the first step to a safer community.
You can anonymously report information to Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
Did you know all Cumberland City sports grounds’ need to be booked before use?
Whether it’s for short or long-term use for a group of friends or sports club, our booking system is available to you.
Cumberland City Council celebrated one year of being named 'Cumberland City' in the COVID-safe main hall of the Granville Centre on 15 January 2021.
It's been a big start for Cumberland City, with staff working tirelessly to ensure the health and safety of the community, gearing up for our Australia Day event, and ensuring the ongoing high-quality delivery of services for our residents.
Wishing everyone a healthy and happy 2021 ahead.
Cumberland City Council has installed new Problem Waste Drop-Off Stations at seven different locations across Cumberland City and replaced the existing small collection units for household batteries and mobile phones at these locations.
These small Problem Waste Drop-off Stations aim to provide an easy and convenient way for residents to recycle or safely dispose of household problem wastes items such as batteries, mobile phones and x-rays that are not allowed in household kerbside...
Found injured wildlife? Who are you going to call?
Your actions could save a life. If you see a wild animal suffering, there are a number of specialised volunteer groups that can help.
For more information, visit the Council website.
The NSW Government is looking how Artificial Intelligence can be used to benefit the community and is taking actions to ensure that AI is used safely, ethically and effectively. The NSW Government have an AI Strategy that outlines our vision for the use of AI, and ensures transparency, fairness and accountability.