PetFest – fun for the whole family. Sunday 14 September, 10am – 3pm, Holroyd Gardens.
Did you know your rates go to more than rubbish collection? Here’s a snapshot of our services last quarter.
Building or renovating? We can help you get the job done, the right way. Find out how at our building and information session.
Quality, affordable child care and education... Based on flexibility and family.
Open Day at Historic Linnwood House - Sunday 14 September 2014, 11am to 4pm.
Visit Holroyd’s pet website to adopt a pet or for information on pet care.

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IPART’s Determination on Council’s Special Rate Variation

Share your love story this PetFest

1 September 2014 – Media Release Share your love for pets with other locals like Kerry Andrew who is bringing her adopted rescue dog ‘Asala’ to compete in Flyball at this year’s PetFest, Sunday 14 September. This will be the kelpie-cross-little dog’s first time at Holroyd City Council’s PetFest since being adopted by the Greystanes […]

Bike Week a pump up for Holroyd

1 September 2014 – Media Release Young families will enjoy Holroyd City Council’s day of riding and workshops on Saturday 13 September. The free event at Holroyd Gardens’ Bicycle Training Track will offer three skills workshops for new and experienced riders under the age of 12 as part of Bike Week 2014. For those wanting […]

Black spot in Merrylands to be fixed

1 September 2014 – Media Release Works to the Merrylands and Centenary Roads intersection have been given the green light from Holroyd City Council, after receiving over $100,000 in funding from the Federal Government’s Black Spot Program. With a history of 62 crashes recorded over a five period, the installation of controlled arrow traffic lights […]

Financial assistance for community groups

25 August 2014 – Media Release If you’re local and in the business of serving the community, send in an application for Holroyd City Council’s Community Assistance Program (CAP). Applications are now open for CAP which offers funding to new and innovative projects that meet Holroyd community’s needs. “This program gives local groups and organisations […]

Get the job done, the right way in Holroyd

25 August 2014 – Media Release If you’re building or renovating, Holroyd City Council will help you get the job done the right way with a free Information Session on Wednesday 10 September. The session is designed to provide local builders and renovators in Holroyd with the tools they need to manage their project confidently […]

Don’t let Holroyd’s community life come second

25 August 2014 – Media Release Amalgamating Holroyd with Parramatta, Auburn and Ryde will see Holroyd’s identity and sense of community diminished said local resident and Wentworthville Community Garden Secretary Robyn Main. “The huge size of the amalgamation population will mean what’s important to our close community will be de-prioritised,” said Mrs Main. “If amalgamation […]

Holroyd’s history wins award

18 August 2014 – Media Release A Holroyd City Council publication by two Local Studies Librarians titled Pictorial History Holroyd has won this year’s Reporting to the Community category at the Local Government NSW (LGNSW) Awards. Written by Jane Elias and Stephen Coppins, the book takes a nostalgic look at Holroyd’s past and covers key […]

Holroyd hosts heroines in ‘Girl Rising’

12 August 2014 – Media Release Hollywood’s big names Cate Blanchett and Anne Hathaway lend their voices to ‘Girl Rising’, a documentary about nine girls who confront tremendous challenges living in the developing world, premiering on Wednesday 20 August in Holroyd. The free Holroyd City Council event is hosted by 2014 Australia Day Ambassador and […]

Speak up now or lose out later

12 August 2014 – Media Release Mark Dring is urging the community to speak up in Holroyd’s anti-amalgamation debate now before it’s too late. A local resident and high school P&C President wants to see the community sign the anit-amalgamation online petition, and encourage their friends and family to do the same. “If we want […]