On Public Exhibition: Draft Operational Plan 2018-19 and proposed Fees and Charges 2018-19

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Consultation has concluded

Do you want to know…

  • how Council plans to spend $271.7 million in 12 months?
  • about the work Council is planning in your area in 2018-19?
  • what you could be charged to hire a hall or submit a Development Application in 2018-19?

The key documents guiding Council's daily activities, budget, and fees and charges over the next 12 were on public exhibition from Wednesday 9 May to Wednesday 6 June. Thank you to everyone who took the time to view and comment on our plans for 2018-19. Council officers are currently going over your comments and reviewing our draft plans.

The following documents were on public exhibition and link the community's long term goals with Council's plans, policies, services and resources. They are important because they show what we are doing to make Penrith a better place to live, work and visit.

Amendments to the following waste charge were made during the exhibition period:

To make sure you get the chance to tell us what you think, just this fee will be on public exhibition until Monday 25 June. You can also view information about this fee in person at the Penrith Civic Centre, St Mary's Business Office or any Penrith City library branch.

You can tell us what you think about this fee by:

For more information about the documents that were on public exhibition check out the 'I Need More...' section below and the 'FAQ'.

Do you want to know…

  • how Council plans to spend $271.7 million in 12 months?
  • about the work Council is planning in your area in 2018-19?
  • what you could be charged to hire a hall or submit a Development Application in 2018-19?

The key documents guiding Council's daily activities, budget, and fees and charges over the next 12 were on public exhibition from Wednesday 9 May to Wednesday 6 June. Thank you to everyone who took the time to view and comment on our plans for 2018-19. Council officers are currently going over your comments and reviewing our draft plans.

The following documents were on public exhibition and link the community's long term goals with Council's plans, policies, services and resources. They are important because they show what we are doing to make Penrith a better place to live, work and visit.

Amendments to the following waste charge were made during the exhibition period:

To make sure you get the chance to tell us what you think, just this fee will be on public exhibition until Monday 25 June. You can also view information about this fee in person at the Penrith Civic Centre, St Mary's Business Office or any Penrith City library branch.

You can tell us what you think about this fee by:

For more information about the documents that were on public exhibition check out the 'I Need More...' section below and the 'FAQ'.

  • CLOSED: This survey has closed, thank you to everyone who viewed and commented on Council's proposed Domestic Waste Charge fee.

    Please take a few minutes to tell us what you think about the amendments to the proposed Domestic Waste Charge for the provision of an extra recycling service.  

    To make sure you get the chance to tell us what you think, just this fee will be on public exhibition until Monday 25 June.

    A response must be provided for questions marked with an (*). 

    Consultation has concluded
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  • CLOSED: The key documents guiding Council's daily activities, budget, and fees and charges over the next 12 months were on public exhibition from Wednesday 9 May to Wednesday 6 June. Thank you to everyone who took the time to view and comment on our plans for 2018-19. Council officers are currently going over your comments and reviewing our plans.

    Council has planned a wide range of programs, projects and activities to support community life in Penrith over the next 12 months. Our budget to deliver these programs, projects and activities is $271.7m, with rates funding 43.4% ($117.9m) of the budget.

    Please take a few minutes to tell us what you think about Council’s draft plans and proposed fees and charges for 2018-19. Your comments will inform Council’s decisions as we work toward finalising the draft plans.

    A response must be provided for questions marked with an (*). 
    Consultation has concluded
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