Overview

Campbelltown City Council is an Australian local government entity responsible for setting the vision and strategic direction for the municipality of Campbelltown, located 53 kilometres south-west of Sydney. The City of Campbelltown is made up of 37 suburbs and has a population of over 150,000 individuals. The council employs approximately 600 full-time equivalent staff and is headquartered in Campbelltown, New South Wales.

 

Campbelltown City Council administers an area of 312 square kilometres across the suburbs of Glenfield, Menangle Park, Scenic Hills and Georges River. It provides a range of services to its 37 suburbs and population of approximately 150,000 residents:

  • Child Care Services
  • Library
  • Campbelltown Arts Centre
  • Leisure Services
  • Waste and Recycling Services
  • Campbelltown Sports Stadium
  • Animal Care Facility
  • Recreation, Culture and Reserves
  • Health Services
  • Manufacturing and Construction
  • Environment
  • Public Order and Safety
  • Community Services and Education

 

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