Did you know your rates go to more than rubbish collection? Here’s a snapshot of our services last quarter.
Kokoda Trek Scholarship opportunity - for students 16 years and over.
Operate Your Wood Heater Effectively – Free workshop on 6 August 2014.
Quality, affordable child care and education... Based on flexibility and family.
Visit Holroyd’s pet website to adopt a pet or for information on pet care.
Central Gardens, Cnr Merrylands Rd & Cumberland Hwy, Merrylands.
Delicious recipes, no waste. Visit Love Your Leftovers or download our free app.
Holroyd’s new Community Choir needs you! Phone 9840 9992 to register.

News

IPART’s Determination on Council’s Special Rate Variation

Holroyd has a good name

28 July 2014 – Media Release Last year’s Citizen of the Year Dr. Jeanie Wood has long-admired Holroyd City Council’s good reputation in the community and doesn’t want to see it lost through forced amalgamation. The Scouts Leader and music teacher believes local councils are for local people, and should be supportive of residents rather […]

Kokoda calls Holroyd’s next generation

28 July 2014 – Media Release Holroyd City Council is inviting local students with strong leadership skills to apply for two scholarships that will see them undertake a Kokoda Trek happening later this year. The Kokoda Youth Leadership Program, coordinated by the Hon. Charlie Lynn MLC, is designed to support youth in becoming leaders. The […]

The rise of urban town centres

28 July 2014 – Media Release While areas such as Liverpool, Camden and Blacktown continue to rezone rural areas to allow for green field development, increased building height limits throughout Western Sydney’s urbanised town centres are attracting major residential and commercial investment. Director of Environmental and Planning Services for Holroyd City Council Mr Greg Raft, […]

$464,000 for Holroyd’s community services

21 July 2014 – Media Release Holroyd residents will have access to a range of new or improved services with 53 community projects receiving $464,000 worth of funding under the Clubs for Holroyd ClubGRANTS scheme. The ClubGRANTS scheme, which provided an additional $48,000 on top of last year’s total, is coordinated by Holroyd City Council […]

Tips for spotting scammers

21 July 2014 – Media Release A safety session for the community’s frail and aged, hosted by Holroyd City Council, will give locals the latest tips for spotting scammers who turn up at your door or call looking for personal details. The event, on Tuesday 5 August at 11am, will also include information on the […]

Amalgamation will fracture the Holroyd community

14 July 2014 – Media Release Former Mayor Mr Allan Ezzy APM AM has said forced amalgamation for Holroyd City Council will cause a fracture in the community. The long-time Councillor and Greystanes resident has voiced his concerns over the limited access residents will be given in times of need if the State Government merges […]

Get your green thumbs ready for National Tree Day

14 July 2014 – Media Release Get your green thumbs going at this year’s National Tree Day hosted by Holroyd City Council on Sunday July 27. As part of Australia’s largest community tree planting event, volunteers will come together at Greystanes Sportsground C. V. Kelly Park in Girraween for a morning of outdoor fun. “We’re […]

Bringing something new to Holroyd’s heritage

14 July 2014 – Media Release For ‘Targo Mahal’, 2014 winner in Holroyd City Council’s Heritage Awards and Grants Program, it’s about celebrating the community’s rich history. New owners John Esposito and Dianne Dickenson, having only lived in the Girraween property for a year, are advocates for raising the profile of Holroyd’s heritage buildings. “Often […]

Share your vision for Wenty’s future

7 July 2014 – Media Release Holroyd City Council is calling on all who live, work and play in Wentworthville to have their say on the Town Centre’s future. Council is commencing Stage 1 of its community engagement for the Wentworthville Centre Revitalisation Project to develop a new planning strategy. “We want the community to […]