Overview

Hills Shire Council is an Australian local government entity responsible for governing the Hills Shire region located in Sydney's northern suburbs. The Shire has a population of approximately 160,000 people and is bounded by Hawkesbury Shire in the north, Hornsby Shire in the east, Parramatta City in the south and Blacktown in the west. Hills Shire Council employs 532 full-time equivalent staff and the council offices are located in Castle Hill, New South Wales.

The Hills Shire Council administers an area of 386 square kilometres located in Sydney's northern suburbs approximately 30 kilometres from Sydney’s CBD. The Hills Shire has approximately 160,000 people, and provides the following services to its residents:

  • Animals and Pets Management
  • Building and Planning
  • Child Care Services
  • Community Services
  • Culture and Arts
  • Disability Services
  • Environment and Waste
  • Health and Community
  • Parking
  • Parks and Gardens
  • Rates and Garbage charges
  • Road maintenance and Street sweeping
  • Waste Management

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