St Marys (Byrnes Creek) Catchment Floodplain Risk Management Study and Plan

We want your input

The St Marys (Byrnes Creek) Catchment Floodplain Risk Management Study and Plan has been completed by engineering consultant Lyall and Associates and the report will be on public exhibition from 24 October to 21 November 2019.

The St Marys (Byrnes Creek) study area covers that part of St Marys that is bounded by the M4 Motorway to the south, the Western Railway Line to the north, St Marys Levee to the east and South Creek to the west (view a map of the area here).

You are invited to have your say about it. Your feedback and comments about the draft study are invaluable to us so we can better plan for and manage flood risk.


View the study here

A summary of the draft floodplain risk management study and plan is contained in the information sheet, which can be downloaded here:

You can read the full draft Floodplain Risk Management Study and Plan report here

You may also wish to attend a community drop-in session at St Marys Memorial Hall, corner of Great Western Highway and Mamre Road, St Marys on Wednesday 6 November 6-8pm. The presentation starts at 6.30pm.


How to have your say

We welcome all feedback to the draft floodplain risk management study and plan.

You can submit your comments in writing, addressed to the General Manager and titled ‘St Marys (Byrnes Creek) Catchment Floodplain Risk Management Study and Plan - Public Comment’ by:

Email: council@penrith.city

Mail: Penrith City Council, PO Box 60 Penrith NSW 2751

In person: Penrith Civic Centre.

Submissions close:
5pm Thursday 21 November 2019.


We want your input

The St Marys (Byrnes Creek) Catchment Floodplain Risk Management Study and Plan has been completed by engineering consultant Lyall and Associates and the report will be on public exhibition from 24 October to 21 November 2019.

The St Marys (Byrnes Creek) study area covers that part of St Marys that is bounded by the M4 Motorway to the south, the Western Railway Line to the north, St Marys Levee to the east and South Creek to the west (view a map of the area here).

You are invited to have your say about it. Your feedback and comments about the draft study are invaluable to us so we can better plan for and manage flood risk.


View the study here

A summary of the draft floodplain risk management study and plan is contained in the information sheet, which can be downloaded here:

You can read the full draft Floodplain Risk Management Study and Plan report here

You may also wish to attend a community drop-in session at St Marys Memorial Hall, corner of Great Western Highway and Mamre Road, St Marys on Wednesday 6 November 6-8pm. The presentation starts at 6.30pm.


How to have your say

We welcome all feedback to the draft floodplain risk management study and plan.

You can submit your comments in writing, addressed to the General Manager and titled ‘St Marys (Byrnes Creek) Catchment Floodplain Risk Management Study and Plan - Public Comment’ by:

Email: council@penrith.city

Mail: Penrith City Council, PO Box 60 Penrith NSW 2751

In person: Penrith Civic Centre.

Submissions close:
5pm Thursday 21 November 2019.