Holroyd’s Aquatic Wellness Centre … make your splash. Attend a community forum or complete our survey and go in draw to win iPad Mini.
The Living Holroyd Expo invites locals to find out about services on offer throughout their City over good food, great entertainment and giveaways.
Quality, affordable child care and education... Based on flexibility and family.
Did you know your rates go to more than rubbish collection? Here’s a snapshot of our services last quarter.
Want to contribute to the planning of Holroyd’s Aquatic Wellness Centre? Attend a community forum on Monday 3rd, Saturday 8th or Monday 10th November or complete our survey and go in draw to win iPad Mini.
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

Have your say on privacy issues!

The NSW Privacy Commissioner is seeking public input to assist in developing a report for NSW Parliament on the operation of the Privacy and Personal Information Protection Act 1998. The survey relates to privacy issues that have concerned you over the last 12 months, and your opinions and experiences are invaluable in helping the Privacy […]

Roll up your sleeves for Graffiti Removal Day

20 October 2014 – Media Release Roll up your sleeves and help make a difference in Wentworthville and Pendle Hill for Graffiti Removal Day, Sunday October 26, 8.30am – 12pm. In conjunction with the Rotary Club of Holroyd, Holroyd City Council is calling on locals to volunteer and get involved in this important community event. […]

Steer clear of illegal dumping in Holroyd

20 October 2014 – Media Release The Mayor of Holroyd City, Clr Greg Cummings, has warned locals to steer clear of illegal dumping or be forced to clean up and pay a substantial fine. In a bid to discourage people from illegal dumping, the NSW Government has increased fines to $2,000 for individuals and up […]

Life in Holroyd on show

10 October 2014 – Media Release The inaugural Living Holroyd Expo on Saturday October 25 is the community’s one-stop-shop for the latest in health, safety, children, youth, aged care, disability support and environmental services. Held at Merrylands Regional Park, the Living Holroyd Expo is an event for the community filled with good food, great entertainment […]

Holroyd’s extraordinary carer Therese Xuereb

10 October 2014 – Media Release Setbacks and challenges have not hindered the extraordinary efforts of local Girraween resident and mother Therese Xuereb, a finalist in this year’s NSW Carers Awards. Over the last 41 years in her role as a carer, Mrs Xuereb has been instrumental in encouraging her daughter Katrina to participate in […]

New lease on life in ‘Hollyroyd’

29 September 2014 – Media Release Merrylands resident Arnold Troon and his electric bike have a new lease on life thanks to the City he has coined ‘Hollyroyd’. Originally from Melbourne, the 71-year-old recently moved to the Southern Cross Care Cardinal Gilroy Retirement Village and over the last three years, has managed to clock up […]

Holroyd – ‘The Enterprise City’

29 September 2014 – Media Release An Economic Development Strategy for the City of Holroyd will guide future business and industrial development opportunities by promoting Holroyd as ‘The Enterprise City’. The Economic Development Strategy proposes to establish Holroyd has a thriving local economy that capitalises on the City’s location in Western Sydney, investor interest, development […]

Bitter taste for Holroyd’s small businesses

29 September 2014 – Media Release Amalgamation will leave local business owners with a bitter taste when Holroyd’s town centres are left behind Parramatta’s said the Merrylands Chamber of Commerce President Mariya Gojan. With the population set to grow by 40,000 people over the next 20 years in Holroyd, Mrs Gojan fears amalgamation would put […]

Recognition for those keeping Holroyd safe

15 September 2014 – Media Release Local businesses and community organisations are invited to nominate projects or programs that uphold safety, for a chance to win first prize and $1,000 in Holroyd City Council’s Community Safety Awards. Nominations are now open and can include neighbourhood watch groups formed by residents, anti-social behaviour or bullying programs […]