Overview

Parramatta City Council is the local government body responsible for providing public services and maintaining public assets in the City of Parramatta. The council administers an area of 61 square kilometres located twenty-four kilometres west of Sydney's central business district and is home to approximately 230,000 residents. Parramatta City Council employs about 800 people, with its offices located in Parramatta, New South Wales.

The Parramatta City Council provides services to the communities of Parramatta under the following broad areas:

  • Roads, Footpaths and Drainage
  • Transport Planning, Parking and Traffic Facilities
  • Waste Contract Management
  • Natural Areas Management
  • Community, Family and Library Services
  • Community Development
  • Town Planning and Urban Design
  • Parks and Recreation
  • Community Engagement
  • Tourism and Events
  • Property Asset Management
  • Regulatory Services
  • Arts and Culture
  • Development Services

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