We are in the fourth and final year of the Delivery Program 2013-17 which sets out the actions Council will undertake during four years to meet the goals of the Penrith Community Plan.
The Community Plan outlines what you would like to see happen in our City over the next 20 years or so and is the result of extensive consultation with residents, business people, community groups, stakeholders and other agencies.
Your Community Plan sets the longer term direction for the City, while this Delivery Program is the blueprint for what Council will do over the next four years in line with the Community Plan.
2016-17 Operational Plan
Our one year draft 2016-17 Operational Plan with Fees and Charges is now on public exhibition, and we welcome your comments.
The Operational Plan sets out Council's budget, services and specific actions we’ll deliver in 2016-17. It is part of the four year work program outlined in the Delivery Program 2013-17, and together these help us achieve the longer term vision for our City that you helped us identify in the Community Plan.
Our focus continues to be on local jobs, managing growth, improving transport connections, creating safe and vibrant places, looking after the environment and fostering community spirit and health.
Hardcopies of these documents can also be viewed during business hours at Council's Penrith and St Marys offices and Council libraries with specific extracted copies of the Fees and Charges 2016-17 available at Council operated Children's Centres.
We have provided some Frequently Asked Questions that you may find useful, however you can also ask a question in the space below. For any other enquiries please contact Council on 02 4732 7777.
You can provide feedback by:
Online: complete an online submission using the below Q&A form. Please note you will need to sign up to Your Say Penrith to make your submission.
Write to: General Manager, Penrith City Council, PO Box 60, Penrith 2751
All feedback and submissions must be received by midnight on Wednesday 25 May 2016.