As part of a new $350,000 cleansing program to improve the everyday aesthetic and cleanliness of Campbelltown and Ingleburn CBDs, extra staff will be sweeping roads, collecting litter, cleaning assets and infrastructure and improving weed control and landscape maintenance.
“It is important that our public spaces reflect the pride that residents have in our city and leave a good impression on people visiting our city,” Mayor of Campbelltown George Greiss said.
Council recently purchased a new hot water pressure cleaner and is seeking to employ additional staff as part of the program.
“I look forward to seeing the presentation of our public spaces enhanced over the coming months as this investment begins to flourish and further improvements to our public domain get underway,” Cr Greiss said.
The initiative is part of a wider $2.4 million City Amenity and Appeal Program that will also see the acceleration of new shade sails projects at local parks, facility improvements at leisure and childcare centres and investment to improve public space assets.
Photo: Mayor of Campbelltown George Greiss with Council’s new hot water pressure cleaner