Camdenville Primary School student artwork with facilitator Russell Dawson
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Council is looking for your ideas to plan for the future of Balmain Town Hall Precinct and priorities for the Balmain Library upgrade. Have your say by 14 August.
Council is seeking feedback on the draft Councillor Expenses and Facilities Policy before it is considered by Council for adoption.
The draft Local Infrastructure Contributions Plan is open for community comment. Read it and make a submission by 17 July.
Council’s Chrissie Cotter Gallery will host a site-specific two-week residency and world premiere performance, Building Song.
Read the proposed guidelines and let us know your thoughts. Feedback closes 14 July 2022
We're hosting regular monthly Customer Service Stalls throughout the area on Saturdays. Find dates and locations near you.
Legislation requires Inner West Council to publish information on certain proposed changes.
Learn how to brew beer, use your smartphone to create great videos, or celebrate Make Music Day at one of Council’s libraries in June.
Inner West Council will celebrate National Reconciliation Week, 27 May to 3 June.
Council is urging residents to use traps or safer baits for household rodent control.
Newtown Neighbourhood Centre appeal to raise funds to directly benefit the residents affected by the Boarding House fire in Albermarle Street Newtown has raised $35,000.
Council is supporting Newtown Neighbourhood Centre’s fifth Newtopian Sleepout event on 10 May.
Council and Balmain-Rozelle RSL will hold an ANZAC Day Commemorative Dawn Service at Balmain’s Loyalty Square from 6am on Monday 25 April.
Officers from Leichhardt Highway Patrol joined Council staff to conduct a proactive pedestrian and cyclist safety campaign, Operation Trance, on Tuesday 12 April.
Council’s Chrissie Cotter Gallery will be transformed into a bohemian-style salon in a group exhibition opening soon.
The F8 (Cockatoo Island to Circular Quay) service will not be able to stop at Birchgrove Wharf from Monday 11 April 2022 for approximately three weeks.
The Young Creative Awards open on 1 April to young people aged between 12 - 24, who study, work or live in the Inner West Council area.
This year’s Heritage Festival, held under the auspices of the National Trust, takes place Friday 1 April – Tuesday 31 May.
An exhibition that raises important questions about gender is the next to feature at Council’s Chrissie Cotter Gallery.
Council thanks the community for their patience.
In collaboration with local young people and youth services, we are celebrating Youth Week 23 March - 22 April with a wide variety of activities throughout the Inner West.
This FREE workshop will teach parents and supervisors how to plan driving sessions, how to use the learner driver log book and how to give learners constructive feedback. Give your learner driver the ...
Council’s Chrissie Cotter Gallery will soon host Ashfield artist Reiko Azuma’s exhibition, Life Force.
Our Companion Animal Officers rescued a Husky named Alaska that got lost during the recent storms/floods. We were so happy to see her reunited with her owner.
Stanmore Library will be closed on Thursday 3 March. As part of Council's move to being carbon neutral by December 2025 we are upgrading the lighting to more efficient and better quality LEDs. We apol ...
It's important to be prepared in an emergency. We have put together some information and contacts to help you stay safe.
If you're a passionate and motivated early childhood educator, we encourage you to apply to join our inclusive and supportive team.
The latest ArtSeat is a bird’s eye view of Enmore Road from the top of Saray Turkish pizza.
Council will hold a morning tea to celebrate the 10th anniversary of volunteer bird watching group, Tempe Birdos.
Inner West Council will soon begin work relocating the ‘High Voltage Electrical Feeder’ along the light rail corridor.
The Department of Planning and Environment has advised the commencement of staged remediation and conservation works at the White Bay Power Station.
There’s something for all ages this month at Inner West libraries.
Inner West Council was a finalist in the Keep Australia Beautiful NSW 2021 Overall Sustainable Cities Award.
Council will celebrate Lunar New Year, Year of the Water Tiger, with a series of events at Inner West’s libraries.
Updated 25 January 2022 – the latest information on Council's service changes due to COVID-19.
Council proposes to grant an easement over part of Darrell Jackson Gardens in order to allow connection of stormwater drainage to the existing Sydney Water pipes that run through Darrell Jackson Garde ...
Inner West Council contractor Treescape Australasia will undertake night-time street tree pruning works in Balmain and Balmain East in January 2022.
Staff shortages due to the current COVID-19 situation are starting to impact on some of our services, including booked bulky waste collections, streetscapes, rangers and customer service.
The NSW Government is offering a rebate of up to $5,000 as part of a $66 million Alfresco Restart Package to help the hospitality, arts and music sectors recover from the impacts of COVID-19 restricti ...
Bring a little sunshine and sparkle this Christmas to disadvantaged families doing it tough across NSW.
The NSW Government has introduced new rules allowing for short term rental accommodation. Hosts will need to comply with the new rules by 1 November.
See all Council's recent Development Applications and Determinations
Complete a short survey on the future of Newtown Festival
The Bill Crews Foundation is providing AstraZeneca or Pfizer to the general public every Thursday in Ashfield from 1pm - 4pm.
As part of the get vaccinated campaign we have created banners, flyers and videos to get this important message out to our community.
Updated 12 August 2021 – the latest information on Council's service changes due to COVID-19.
Help tackle the problem of litter and other pollution in local waterways and enter the Love Your Waterways competition.
Find out if you’re eligible for the Australian Government COVID-19 Disaster Payment.
Council is asking people to try out new areas amid worrying crowding on popular paths such as the Bay Run.
Celebrate the vibrant, creative and ever-evolving shopping, dining and entertainment precinct that is south King Street.
Council’s contractor will be undertaking detailed video imaging and condition assessments.
Council has written to the NSW Planning Minister requesting urgent approval of the Extended Trading Hours and Cultural Activities proposal
Statement from Council
Council removed 10 trees on Friday 26 February 2021 from land it leases in Callan Park for sports fields.
Two opportunities: manage and operate the Summer Hill Neighbourhood Centre and operate the Steel Park Community Rooms, Marrickville
The Youth Area, Level 1 is currently closed due to emergency maintenance. We apologise for any inconvenience.
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