Find out what projects Council is currently working on for the Wollondilly community.
The Wollondilly Cultural Precinct in Picton is an important and transformative project, providing contemporary community and cultural facilities for the wider Wollondilly Shire community.
Council, on behalf of its residents, has called on the NSW Government to commit to, fund and deliver a road bypass for Picton.
Council has completed a review of the six year priority programs for all of its transport related assets.
Please have a look at Council's Major Projects Community Update newsletters featuring the projects which have been under way or completed each quarter.
Wilton Recreation Reserve Telopea Park Douglas Park Sportsground Dudley Chesham Sportsground Appin Park Tahmoor Sporting Complex Redbank Reserve Old Menangle School Site Picton Town Centre Transport Plan
Council performs many upgrades and improvements throughout the year to enhance the Shire for residents. See below for a list of completed projects.
Council has been progressing through a 5 year Major Works Program which will see upgrades and improvements to many Council buildings, facilities and open spaces throughout the Shire.
Wollondilly Shire Council has been successful in a number of grants to bring much needed upgrades to Silverdale Rd. This includes;
Council are excited to introduce the Stage 1 works for a new Sporting Complex located in Tahmoor.
Picton town centre currently experiences traffic congestion in a few key locations, which is forecast to worsen in future years. The location of the town, impacted by the surrounding topography and existing transport networks results in a large proportion of through traffic travelling via the town centre.
Currently the Menangle Old School site covers a large central area of the Menangle Village. It is in close proximity to nearby churches, a local playground and shares borders with the central hub of residential Menangle.
Council has been successful in applying for co-funding of the project through the NSW State Governments ‘Resources for Regions’ program to design and construct a shareway linking Picton to Tahmoor along Remembrance Driveway (Old Hume highway).
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