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    LGBTIQ History Project

    An intimate insight into the history of Marrickville’s gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, intersex and questioning communities. Read more

  • Council is officially supporting this year's Garage Sale Trail. Get involved!

    Garage Sale Trail

    Council is officially supporting this year's Garage Sale Trail. Get involved! Read more

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    On your bike!

    Brush up on cycle skills and become a more confident rider at our free Cycle Confidence courses Read more

  • Nominations are now open for Council's Business Environment Awards.

    Nominate your green business!

    Nominations are now open for Council's Business Environment Awards. Read more

Latest news

Date announced for West Ward by-election

A by-election will be held on Saturday 15 November 2014 to fill the vacancy on Marrickville Council following the death of Councillor Emanuel Tsardoulias. Only enrolled voters in West Ward/Burraga are required to vote. To know more and find out your ward visit the by-election webpage.

Council amalgamations no longer 'optional'

The state government has reneged on its promise of no forced council amalgamations, said Mayor of Marrickville Jo Haylen today. The state government yesterday released their Fit for the Future blueprint for the future of local government, based on the Independent Local Government Review Panel’s recommendations.

Latest on WestConnex

Marrickville Council has welcomed comments from the state government recognising the importance of Tempe Lands, Tempe Reserve, and Tempe Wetlands.

Latest media releases

Your Say Marrickville

Your say on Marrickville Matters

Do you read Marrickville Matters? What do you think of the articles? How useful is the information? We want to hear from our readers: what do you like about Marrickville Matters, and what would you change?

Managing flood risk in your neighbourhood

Draft plans which propose to update the flood maps in the Marrickville Local Government area are now on exhibition. Council is also holding a community information session to explain the proposals.

Changes to Council's Planning Controls

Council is holding a public exhibition of draft amendments to its key planning controls. The aim of the amendments is to increase the useability of the plans by addressing anomalies and errors, and to introduce new development controls to improve planning.

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What's on

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Sep
School Holiday Activity: "Haunted House Model"

Create this spooky haunted house alive with ghosts, skeletons and more to get in the mood for...

25
Sep
25 September: Jobseekers Workshop

This seven-session workshop will run in partnership with MTC Australia. It will help you develop...

25
Sep
School Holiday Activity: "Sparrow Sports Workshop"

Shake out the winter cobwebs in this fun, physical session, including games of Stuck in the mud,...

26
Sep
School Holiday Activity "Jungle Diorama"

Create a 3-D jungle and let loose some wild jungle anmals to roam through the trees.

Marrickville Infrastructure Jury

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.

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