The state government is proposing widespread local government boundary changes – amalgamations – that will affect inner west residents. Marrickville Council is supportive of local government reform, but opposed to forced amalgamations.
Council is moving towards enhancing lodgement requirements for Development Applications and associated documentation. This means that, from 1 January 2015, Council will no longer accept paper-only Development Applications.
Marrickville Council will seek an urgent meeting with the WestConnex delivery authority, asking for further information about the WestConnex St Peters Interchange plans which have been announced.
We have recently been seeking community feedback on a proposed 3% rate increase above the rate peg to help renew Marrickville's essential community infrastructure. This includes roads, storm water drainage, park buildings and play equipment. Visit this page to see how the engagement was run and where the process is now.
The Jury was convened to answer a two-part question:
The Jury's final meeting was on Saturday 7 February 2015.
Bring your friends to this beginners session of the computer game Minecraft.
Six free workshops, run by professional experts, will focus on the technical strategies of both the...
Local cycling group, Bike Marrickville, will teach bike maintenance including how to fix a puncture,...
One in four Australians is affected by diabetes. Whether you want to support a loved one with...
What level of infrastructure quality do we want to pay for in Marrickville? What are our local priorities for investment? Council has convened a Citizens Jury to participate for 3 months in an innovative public decision-making process that will help to answer these questions.