Cumberland Council was formed in May 2016 from most of the former Holroyd City Council and parts of the former Auburn and Parramatta City Councils.
Located some 25km west of the Sydney CBD, the council has an estimated resident population of 219,300.
Cumberland Organisational Chart
Council has 2 main divisions with 6 sections in each that facilitate Cumberland’s services, activities and resources.
The 2 divisions are:
- Environment and Infrastructure
- Corporate and Community
For details download the Cumberland Council organisational chart.
Access demographic information for the City and its suburbs, forecasts on population change and a collection of thematic maps based. The Community Profile is updated with population estimates when the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) releases new figures
Cumberland Council conducts Citizenship Ceremonies monthly for residents of the Cumberland Local Government area wishing to become Australian citizens. These Ceremonies are conducted under delegated authority of the Minister for Immigration and Border Protection.
Local Government elections will be held, Saturday 9 September 2017. Find out more by visiting the Council Elections page.
History and Heritage
The Cumberland Local Heritage Awards & Rebate Program seek to recognise the work undertaken by owners of heritage properties, to involve and educate school children about local history and heritage, and to promote the value and benefit of heritage to the local community.