Message from Mayor Lake
I had the honour to attend a number of ANZAC Services over the long weekend to commemorate and pay respects to the fallen heroes who fought so bravely for our freedom. More than a hundred thousand Australian service men and women lost their lives in military operations carried out in our country’s name. Lest We Forget
Council’s Delivery Program for the next four years and the Operational Plan for 2022-23 are now available for you to see and comment on. This Delivery Program outlines practical strategic plans to improve infrastructure and services, support local sectors such as small business for jobs growth and more. In addition, the Operational Plan is Council’s commitment to the community outlining the projects and programs to be undertaken over the next 12 months, as well as details of the annual budget, revenue policy, rates and fees and charges. I encourage you to look at these documents, discuss them with your local Councillors and give valuable feedback. To have your say visit: https://haveyoursay.cumberland.nsw.gov.au/
Over the past few months, Council has received many community requests and reports of potholes and damage to our local roads. Our teams are responding as quickly as possible to these requests and continue to patrol the streets. So far, Council has repaired over 1,880 potholes since February 25. If residents are experiencing issues resulting from damaged roads or footpaths, I encourage you to report this to Council by calling Customer Service on 8757 9000 or via Council’s Snap Send Solve App available at www.cumberland.nsw.gov.au/snap-send-solve
Lastly, as Ramadan comes to an end this week, on behalf of Council we’d like to wish those celebrating a joyous Eid. May you and your families have a wonderful day, Eid Mubarak.
Mayor Lisa Lake
8757 9856 | Lisa.Lake@cumberland.nsw.gov.au
WIN a $100 Shopping Voucher
Have your say for your chance to win a $100 shopping voucher when you take part in Council’s Liveability Study. If you’ve wanted to voice your concerns or pitch your ideas on parking, walkability or new places in the community, now is your time to share your input.
Submissions close at 11.59pm on Sunday 1 May.
For more details or to complete the survey, visit www.placescore.org/cumberland-news
Vaccination Hubs Near You
Western Sydney Local Health District are hosting Pfizer Vaccination Hub Clinics around Cumberland City. Get vaccinated or get your vaccination booster.
The Granville Centre
1 Memorial Drive, Granville
Monday to Sunday, 8am to 6pm
(Extended to June 2022)
Guildford Community Centre
367 Guildford Road, Guildford West
Thursday 5 May, 9am to 2.30pm
Booster vaccinations from 16 years old. Vaccinations for 5 - 11 years old. Walk-ins welcome!
For more information, visit www.cumberland.nsw.gov.au/vaccination
Good Vibes Granville - Save the date!
Good Vibes Granville is set to transform South Street, Granville into a vibrant and interactive hub, showcasing the diverse food, dynamic music and art scene.
This first of its kind event will close off a part of Granville’s main street, inviting people to wander through the street to meet, interact and enjoy the public space together.
To learn more about the festival visit www.cumberland.nsw.gov.au/goodvibes
Volunteer as a Justice of the Peace (JP)
We are searching for people who are registered Justices of the Peace (JP) and would like to volunteer as a JP.
Justices of the Peace act as independent witnesses to documents used for official or legal purposes. People interested in volunteering as a JP must be a registered Justice of the Peace in NSW.
Violence Against Our Staff - It’s Not On
It’s not on to abuse Council officers. Council is making a stance against violence, rolling out a new program to curb attacks and assaults towards our staff. The program will also look to build on other Council initiatives, including licence plate recognition technology, dashcam and bodycam technology, staff training and police support.
We’re asking the community to please be respectful to our staff.