About Over To You

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Campbelltown is a city at the heart of things. Our people, culture, nature and the way we do business inspires all those who engage with us and surprises those who discover afresh.

Over to You is a way for us to engage with you - the residents, workers, students, business owners and visitors - and for all the community to come together to do what it takes to make the most of opportunities that lie ahead. We are about actions over words and real progress over promises.

We are all at our best when we’re working alongside each other. Get involved and make a contribution to help us create a vibrant and inspiring place.

We encourage you to register to connect with us and share your ideas.

Email us if you would like any more information about our consultations: overtoyou@campbelltown.nsw.gov.au

Campbelltown City Council wishes to acknowledge Dharawal people who walked in harmony with this land, treading lightly and paying respect to the Elders who went before them. They welcomed people from many nations to gather and enjoy the sustenance of their fertile land, the land between two rivers. We acknowledge the Dharawal people, the traditional custodians of this land.

Campbelltown is a city at the heart of things. Our people, culture, nature and the way we do business inspires all those who engage with us and surprises those who discover afresh.

Over to You is a way for us to engage with you - the residents, workers, students, business owners and visitors - and for all the community to come together to do what it takes to make the most of opportunities that lie ahead. We are about actions over words and real progress over promises.

We are all at our best when we’re working alongside each other. Get involved and make a contribution to help us create a vibrant and inspiring place.

We encourage you to register to connect with us and share your ideas.

Email us if you would like any more information about our consultations: overtoyou@campbelltown.nsw.gov.au

Campbelltown City Council wishes to acknowledge Dharawal people who walked in harmony with this land, treading lightly and paying respect to the Elders who went before them. They welcomed people from many nations to gather and enjoy the sustenance of their fertile land, the land between two rivers. We acknowledge the Dharawal people, the traditional custodians of this land.

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    How does someone go about requesting footpath construction on a particular street? There’s no footpath on either side of my street and people are constantly walking on the road. Needless to say, it’s unsafe, especially at night with the poor lighting.

    Isaac asked 8 months ago

    Our Customer Service team can take that request over the phone, please call 4645 4000, or you could email your request to council@campbelltown.nsw.gov.au but please include your phone number so the team can reach out if they need more information to lodge your request.

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    Why is Camden council building a public athletics track and our walking paths aren't even lit? C'mon, its 2021, surely we can get solar lights on the walking paths. In times like this more and more families are going for walks, but as soon as the sun goes down it can begin to feel unsafe on the unlit paths. While I'm asking questions, why isn't out athletics track open to the public?

    Slackydacky asked over 2 years ago

    Hi there, great news, today we have turned the lights on for the community.

    https://www.campbelltown.nsw.gov.au/News/SportLights

    In regard to the athletics track, the public are able to make private bookings, or through Athletics clubs, this ensures that there is adequate training space for those who have booked. The Athletics track is currently closed during restrictions, and we look forwar to reopening it after they end, or as they ease.

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    Queen Street should have a space for musicians to perform

    JaysonManning asked almost 3 years ago

    Watch this space. We have lots of exciting initiatives coming for musicians and performers.

Page published: 25 Jun 2020, 10:34 AM