Liverpool City Council is the local government body responsible for setting the vision and strategic direction for the Liverpool region. The council employs over 700 people and supports an estimated local population of over 200,000 people. The council is headquartered in Liverpool, New South Wales.
Liverpool City Council administers an area of 305 square kilometres located twenty-five kilometres south west of Sydney. The council is divided into two wards: North Ward and South Ward. The council provides the services to the municipality of Liverpool including arts & events, building & property, community, environment & waste, park & recreation, and parking & transport.