Camdenville Primary School student artwork with facilitator Russell Dawson
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Inner West Council is calling on the State Government to use a nearly half million dollar fine against WestConnex contractors CPB to help protect local residents from the safety impacts of the Motorwa ...
Six Inner West artisans will exhibit their sculpture, craft and textiles soon at Council’s Chrissie Cotter Gallery.
Sixty-six Inner West projects have received more than $300,000 in Council funding, as part of the Inner West Council 2019-20 Grant Program.
Inner West Mayor Darcy has slammed the announcement by Transport Minister Andrew Constance and State Member for Balmain Jamie Parker of a new private ferry service to Glebe, saying the service will be ...
Council will celebrate the role grandparents and older people play in our society during NSW Grandparents Day in late October.
The Inner West has a new Fintan Magee public artwork, thanks to Council’s Perfect Match Street Art program.
A new work by the non-profit community art and cultural development organisation, Refugee Art Project is the next to feature at Council’s ArtSeat
Riverfest, the annual community event celebrating the Parramatta River and surrounding catchment, is on again during October.
Council is asking all Inner West citizens to help shape our long-term future with a suite of critical planning documents all currently on public exhibition.
The destination event of the Inner West, Marrickville Festival, is on Sunday, 20 October, 10am-5pm.
Inner West Council has proven to be a leader in boosting local venues and performers, with the NSW Parliamentary Night Time Economy Report recommending adoption of a host of Inner West Council’s groun ...
Inner West Council is proud to support Right to Know Week NSW 2019, which takes place from 30 September to 6 October.
Inner West Mayor Darcy Byrne welcomed news that State Government has finally listened to advocacy from Council and local residents and will soon upgrade three local train stations to make them more ac ...
Inner West Council has this morning hit out at absurd claims from the NSW Government’s Westconnex Project Director that the Rozelle Interchange will have no negative impacts on residents living near t ...
Young local illustrators and writers were recognised last night at the Inner West Library and History 2019 Young Creatives Awards.
Inner West Council is calling on the NSW Government to back away from plans to introduce a Los Angeles-style overpass in the heart of residential Rozelle, Lilyfield and Annandale.
Inner west Council last night adopted a new and ambitious tree canopy policy which includes the doubling of the tree planting budget and the establishment of a dial-a-tree service for residents, to be ...
Council will call for Expressions of Interest to provide a strategy to address Council’s future accommodation needs.
Whimsical drawings and intricately detailed bird paintings feature at the next Chrissie Cotter Gallery exhibition, ‘Apart’.
Wests Ashfield members have voted to endorse a historic merger with Balmain Leagues Club.
Mayor Darcy Byrne has revealed the honeyeater bird illustration designed by local artist Thomas Jackson and students from Dulwich Hill High School of Visual Art and Design.
Council’s Chrissie Cotter Gallery is the venue for the eighth annual fundraising exhibition by 40 staff from the Art Gallery of NSW.
There’s something for all ages in October at Inner West Council Libraries – with talks on Jane Austen, architecture and the night sky. Plus, the commencement of the spring school holiday program.
Save your valuable time by logging your next request online. Council’s online request system is available anytime, anywhere, on any device.
Council is hosting a series of fascinating walk and talks as part of its Citizen Science program.
The long-awaited heritage restoration works of Dawn Fraser Baths commenced today.
Inner West Council is an official participant in ACON’s Welcome Here project; supporting businesses and organisations to be inclusive of LGBTIQ communities.
Cr Vittoria Raciti of the Leichhardt Gulgadya Ward has been elected as Deputy Mayor of the Inner West Council for the 2019-20 term.
Local Labor Councillor Darcy Byrne has tonight been re-elected as the Mayor of Inner West Council.
Savour the village vibe of this Inner West neighbourhood as it showcases its growing small bar scene, creative retail and favourite food venues on Sunday, 29 September.
A collection of small mixed media works using clay, embroidery and watercolour features at the next exhibition at Chrissie Cotter Gallery.
Big Bike Day returns to War Memorial Park in Leichhardt on Sunday, 22 September.
Inner West Council has joined with TCorp (NSW Treasury Corporation) to pilot a green investment product.
Council is continuing its push to reduce problem gambling by holding two workshops on Monday 2 and Tuesday, 3 September aimed at local young people.
Inner West Council has launched a push to establish a food recycling scheme for Metropolitan Sydney.
Encounter contemporary art and stories, global music and dance at the three-day festival from 13 -15 September.
The fair is an exciting community event celebrating local food producers, tantalising storytellers, kids activities and plenty more in Dulwich Hill on Sunday, 15 September.
Following yesterday’s announcement by the NSW Government of yet another overpass linked to the WestConnex Project, Inner West Mayor Darcy Byrne has called on the Premier to stop the ‘Los Angelesisatio ...
Sound off with EDGE Ashfield, hear about civic architecture’s role in developing a sense of community and take a step into virtual reality at Inner West Council libraries in September.
The Eora Nation team were able to participate in the Nations of Origin Cup with help from Inner West Council in securing club grants.
Garage Sale Trail is the nation’s biggest weekend of garage sales and one of Australia’s biggest community events.
Council has made a commitment to prioritise footpath works around Balmain Hospital, so as to ensure pedestrian and patient safety.
You are invited to provide feedback on the draft Voluntary Planning Agreement policy which has been endorsed by Council.
More than 60 volunteer leaders of local sporting clubs recently attended Inner West Council’s Respectful Relationships in Sport forum.
The long-awaited heritage restoration of Dawn Fraser Pool will commence shortly after Council signed off on the tender for the Pool’s refurbishment. Construction is expected to be completed in time fo ...
Inner West Council and Newington College are progressing a ground-breaking agreement over the use of Tempe Reserve, which would give local sporting clubs a massive boost.
Inner West Council is seeking ideas on how to best use the 200 small parks dotted throughout the local government area.
Inner West Council is seeking the urgent assistance of Transport Minister Andrew Constance and the Minister for Planning and Public Spaces Rob Stokes to cut through the bureaucratic inertia that has s ...
Inner West Council has resolved to bring the community and peak sporting bodies together to work with the NSW Government to create a spectacular new recreation and sporting precinct in the Rozelle Rai ...
Popular Inner West business Double Roasters has won the tender to operate the cafe at the new Marrickville Library.
Council once again presents the Inner West’s foremost sustainability event, Footprints EcoFestival, at Whites Creek Valley Park, Annandale on Sunday, 25 August, 11am–3pm.
Council is inviting submissions for the exhibition of artworks at the Newtown ArtSeat and Chrissie Cotter Gallery in 2020.
Inner West Mayor Darcy Byrne has today told the Joint Select Committee on Sydney's Night-Time Economy that the Inner West Council’s Good Neighbour Policy - requiring Council to mitigate not litigate n ...
Inner West Council has just launched its innovative new swap-and-go coffee cup scheme.
Entries now open for the 2019 GreenWay Art Prize. The prize is now in its tenth year.
A group of five emerging artists will show a collection of Still Lifes at the next exhibition at Council’s Chrissie Cotter Gallery.
St Peters/Sydenham Library will close from Saturday, 10 August, for essential upgrades to the building.
Laneways, side streets and corners will come alive under projections, paste ups and street art during EDGE Sydenham.
Inner West is one of eighteen Australian cities and local councils calling on the Australian government to join the United Nations Treaty on Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons.
Council is inviting the community to the grand opening of the spectacular new state-of-the-art Marrickville Library on Saturday, 31 August for a day of exploration and activities in the amazing new co ...
Celebrate National Science Week and Children's Book Week at an Inner West Council library.
Inner West Council Mayor Darcy Byrne has today launched the Inner West Solar my School program at the 2019 Western Sydney Climate Justice Summit.
Artist, arts workers and craftspeople in Marrickville, Sydenham, Tempe, St Peters, Dulwich Hill and Lewisham will throw open their doors for the next EDGE Creative Trails.
Forty studios, exhibition s ...
Council is seeking community input on the draft flood risk management plan for the Dobroyd Canal and Hawthorne Canal catchment areas. The last day to provide feedback is 30 August 2019.
Inner West Mayor Darcy Byrne has officially opened the recently restored Fenwick Building in East Balmain, which has been transformed into a high-end waterfront eatery called The Fenwick.
A series of still life paintings of local plants, flowers and home-grown fruits and vegetables feature next at Inner West Council’s Chrissie Cotter Gallery.
Sydenham is set to go dark across two wintry weekends of art and performance as the EDGE festival comes to the Inner West’s industrial heartland.
EDGE Inner West supports new works by artists, crea ...
Inner West Council will again give away free trees to residents to mark National Tree Day on Sunday, 28 July.
Council’s Cooks to Cove GreenWay plan has won the 2019 Australian Institute of Landscape Architecture (AILA) Award of Excellence for Urban Design.
Council is urging everyone to stay safe this winter and avoid using dangerous heating methods.
The Library will close for essential electricity works
Council has launched a new initiative to encourage and assist local women in business.
Ashfield Library will celebrate the best of local comic culture by staying open late to host comic book artists, creators, illustrators, writers and publishers.
Writers and illustrators are invited to apply for Ashfield Sound Bites – a multi-platform, interactive ‘storybombing’ event, part of EDGE Ashfield.
All residents of Inner West Council can relax knowing that their verges will be mowed by Council, following a decision to harmonise the level of service provided across the local government area, and ...
Ten local organisations will share $43,795 in grant funding for community events which celebrate the diversity of the Inner West community.
Despite Council’s approval of the plan, the future of the Club remains in doubt with the State Government still working behind the scenes to compulsorily acquire the site, to use as a large scale tunn ...
Artist Wendy Joyce lives ‘two blocks away’ from the Cooks River, the inspiration for her exhibition at Inner West Council’s Chrissie Cotter Gallery.
Council has marked a new milestone in its target of using 100% renewable energy – the contract to purchase power from the Moree Solar Farm commenced today Monday, 1 July.
Inner West Council is disappointed that the Sydney Eastern City Planning Panel has approved the Tempe Bunnings development application in its present form.
The Sydney Eastern City Planning Panel has resolved to reject the rezoning review for 67-73 Lords Road Leichhardt, as the proposal had not demonstrated ‘strategic merit’.
Inner West Council has adopted a Budget focused on saving ratepayers money and increased investment in fixing ageing infrastructure.
Council is planning for the future of Leichhardt Park, and Inner West citizens are invited to have their say.
Celebrate NAIDOC week with an immersive digital journey, join the Comic Conversation and entertain the kids with free activities in the Hello Holidays program- all during the month of July.
Council has won the Community Partnerships and Collaboration Local Government Excellence Award.
Council will hold its 25 June Council meeting at 6:30pm in the former Council chambers on level 1 at Leichhardt Town Hall.
As part of its commitment to sourcing renewable energy and addressing climate change*, Council is offering a free So Solar Session for residents.
The Perfect Match Street Art Program brings artists, residents, businesses, property owners and community partners together to collaboratively create fantastic new street artworks in public places.
Council is investigating whether to go ahead with a pilot car share space program along ten Inner West Light Rail stops from Rozelle to Dulwich Hill interchange.
Council is planning to renew the Elizabeth Street playground at Ashfield and is seeking your input on the improvements.
This planning proposal seeks to make two minor amendments (changes) to the Ashfield Local Environmental Plan (LEP) 2013.
Inner West Mayor Darcy Byrne has welcomed a State Government planning panel’s decision to drop restrictive conditions that would have limited live music and trading hours for the newly built Petersham ...
The next exhibition to feature at Council’s Chrissie Cotter Gallery is a “multi-disciplinary exploration of the local area”, inspired by the poem 'Leisure' by W H Davies.
Be a part of the next stages of art activation for EDGE, each site with its own distinctive theme.
Inner West Council has established a ground-breaking Good Neighbour policy requiring all noise and amenity complaints about pubs, clubs and small bars to be mitigated not litigated.
The community is invited to have their say on the name and location of the precinct.
Over ten days of celebration and events, great food, art, children’s activities, talks tours and more.
Students at Dulwich Hill Art and Design School attended an informative workshop to help develop new street art for the EDGE arts and cultural program.
Bronwyn Bancroft is Inner West Council’s 2019 Amy Large Volunteer of the Year.
Inner West Council has today become the first council in New South Wales to be 100 per cent divested from fossil fuels.
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