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Councillor Martin Zaiter PARRAMATTA WARD COUNCILLORS Councillor Sameer Pandey Councillor Phil Bradley PARRAMATTA WARD WINTER 2020 Parramatta Ward costings at a glance Council is continually constructing and maintaining footpaths, roads, buildings and drains. Here are our funding programs and allocated spending for the 2019/20 financial year in the Parramatta Ward. $295,000 Better Neighbourhood Program $174,115 Pedestrian Access Mobility Program $347,407 Footpath Asset Renewal Program $2,681,885 Roads Program $483,223 Drainage Program $2,732,000 Open Space and Natural Resources $609,962 Local Traffic Facilities Program $615,819 Buildings $18,403,284 Other Capital Works Projects $1,189,000 Stronger Communities Fund $2,316,552 CBD Special Infrastructure Rate TOTAL: $29,848,247 PARRAMATTA WARD UPDATE Marsden Street Bridge, P10

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    Councillor Martin Zaiter

    PARRAMATTA WARD COUNCILLORS

    Councillor Sameer Pandey

    Councillor Phil Bradley

    PARRAMATTA WARD WINTER 2020

    Parramatta Ward costings at a glanceCouncil is continually constructing and maintaining footpaths, roads, buildings and drains.

    Here are our funding programs and allocated spending for the 2019/20 financial year in the Parramatta Ward.

    $295,000 Better Neighbourhood Program

    $174,115 Pedestrian Access Mobility Program

    $347,407 Footpath Asset Renewal Program

    $2,681,885 Roads Program

    $483,223 Drainage Program

    $2,732,000 Open Space and Natural Resources

    $609,962 Local Traffic Facilities Program

    $615,819 Buildings

    $18,403,284 Other Capital Works Projects

    $1,189,000 Stronger Communities Fund

    $2,316,552 CBD Special Infrastructure Rate

    TOTAL: $29,848,247

    PARRAMATTA WARD UPDATE

    Marsden Street Bridge, P10

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    Project in Focus

    Welcome to the project update newsletter for Parramatta Ward.

    The City of Parramatta Council has 96 projects this financial year worth nearly $30 million. These include footpaths, roads and drainage upgrades, which are listed in this document according to their funding groups.

    We have currently completed 45 projects, worth nearly $3.9 million.

    The upgrades to the Gallery Gardens Park and Sue Savage Reserve and Park are two key projects being undertaken in your Ward. Improvements to the Gallery Gardens Park were completed as part of the Better Neighbourhoods Program. See further details on these projects and others in this edition of the Parramatta Ward Update.

    Message to our Community

    Sue Savage Master Plan – Stage 2 & 3Council has commenced Stage 2 and 3 of Sue Savage and Reynolds Park Masterplan works. These improvement works will include the construction of street car parking bays, an amenities building, shelters, picnic settings, landscaping and a skate/scooter park.

    This upgrade aims to provide a space for safe and durable youth based recreational activities that are otherwise lacking within the surrounding area.

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    GALLERY GARDENS1 New play equipment with rubber softfall safety surfacing, chalk boards for artistic expression and two seat units with backrests and armrests

    2 Proposed shelter structure with picnic table and two bench units

    3 Proposed picnic table and two bench units

    4 Proposed 240L bin enclosure unit

    5 Proposed concrete access pathway

    6 Proposed planted garden bed with native grasses, mature trees and maintenance water tap/s

    7 Proposed accessible water bubbler with dog bowl

    8 Proposed timber post and rail safety fencing

    9 New park signage to improve sight lines into park and increase park identity.

    10 Remove log fence and replace with timber bollards

    11 Remove existing BBQ and picnic facilities and replace with adult exercise/fitness equipment

    12 New disabled parking space with shared zone, concrete kerb ramp, access pathway and tree planting.

    13 Proposed bushcare regeneration area and walking track.

    14 Proposed widened accessible link from tennis courts to playground/carpark- subject to funding.

    15 Proposed resurfacing of existing tennis courts with synthetic turf.

    16 Proposed building renewal works including internal building upgrades and refurbishment of building externals.

    17 Replace existing chainwire fencing with new black plastic coated galvanised chainwire mesh fencing and lockable gate around perimeter of tennis courts.

    FINAL GALLERY GARDENS CONCEPT PLAN

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    GALLERY GARDENS1 New play equipment with rubber softfall safety surfacing, chalk boards for artistic expression and two seat units with backrests and armrests

    2 Proposed shelter structure with picnic table and two bench units

    3 Proposed picnic table and two bench units

    4 Proposed 240L bin enclosure unit

    5 Proposed concrete access pathway

    6 Proposed planted garden bed with native grasses, mature trees and maintenance water tap/s

    7 Proposed accessible water bubbler with dog bowl

    8 Proposed timber post and rail safety fencing

    9 New park signage to improve sight lines into park and increase park identity.

    10 Remove log fence and replace with timber bollards

    11 Remove existing BBQ and picnic facilities and replace with adult exercise/fitness equipment

    12 New disabled parking space with shared zone, concrete kerb ramp, access pathway and tree planting.

    13 Proposed bushcare regeneration area and walking track.

    14 Proposed widened accessible link from tennis courts to playground/carpark- subject to funding.

    15 Proposed resurfacing of existing tennis courts with synthetic turf.

    16 Proposed building renewal works including internal building upgrades and refurbishment of building externals.

    17 Replace existing chainwire fencing with new black plastic coated galvanised chainwire mesh fencing and lockable gate around perimeter of tennis courts.

    FINAL GALLERY GARDENS CONCEPT PLAN

    Project in Focus

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    GALLERY GARDENS1 New play equipment with rubber softfall safety surfacing, chalk boards for artistic expression and two seat units with backrests and armrests

    2 Proposed shelter structure with picnic table and two bench units

    3 Proposed picnic table and two bench units

    4 Proposed 240L bin enclosure unit

    5 Proposed concrete access pathway

    6 Proposed planted garden bed with native grasses, mature trees and maintenance water tap/s

    7 Proposed accessible water bubbler with dog bowl

    8 Proposed timber post and rail safety fencing

    9 New park signage to improve sight lines into park and increase park identity.

    10 Remove log fence and replace with timber bollards

    11 Remove existing BBQ and picnic facilities and replace with adult exercise/fitness equipment

    12 New disabled parking space with shared zone, concrete kerb ramp, access pathway and tree planting.

    13 Proposed bushcare regeneration area and walking track.

    14 Proposed widened accessible link from tennis courts to playground/carpark- subject to funding.

    15 Proposed resurfacing of existing tennis courts with synthetic turf.

    16 Proposed building renewal works including internal building upgrades and refurbishment of building externals.

    17 Replace existing chainwire fencing with new black plastic coated galvanised chainwire mesh fencing and lockable gate around perimeter of tennis courts.

    FINAL GALLERY GARDENS CONCEPT PLANProject in Focus

    Gallery Gardens Park Upgrade Council is upgrading the local neighbourhood playground and tennis facility at Gallery Gardens Park, Toongabbie. These works aim to improve site accessibility, upgrade playground equipment, tennis amenities and enhance connection with the unique natural bushland located at this site.

    Improvements include new play equipment, fitness stations, tennis court resurfacings, fencing, picnic facilities and opportunities for the local community to experience a natural bush habitat. The second round of community consultation was completed late March 2020. Construction is estimated to commence late August 2020.

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    GALLERY GARDENS1 New play equipment with rubber softfall safety surfacing, chalk boards for artistic expression and two seat units with backrests and armrests

    2 Proposed shelter structure with picnic table and two bench units

    3 Proposed picnic table and two bench units

    4 Proposed 240L bin enclosure unit

    5 Proposed concrete access pathway

    6 Proposed planted garden bed with native grasses, mature trees and maintenance water tap/s

    7 Proposed accessible water bubbler with dog bowl

    8 Proposed timber post and rail safety fencing

    9 New park signage to improve sight lines into park and increase park identity.

    10 Remove log fence and replace with timber bollards

    11 Remove existing BBQ and picnic facilities and replace with adult exercise/fitness equipment

    12 New disabled parking space with shared zone, concrete kerb ramp, access pathway and tree planting.

    13 Proposed bushcare regeneration area and walking track.

    14 Proposed widened accessible link from tennis courts to playground/carpark- subject to funding.

    15 Proposed resurfacing of existing tennis courts with synthetic turf.

    16 Proposed building renewal works including internal building upgrades and refurbishment of building externals.

    17 Replace existing chainwire fencing with new black plastic coated galvanised chainwire mesh fencing and lockable gate around perimeter of tennis courts.

    FINAL GALLERY GARDENS CONCEPT PLAN

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    Upgrades

    Pedestrian Access Mobility ProgramBuilding new footpaths and walkways throughout the City of Parramatta.

    # Project Description of works Current Status Est Cost

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    Footpath Construction

    Saunders Avenue, North Parramatta - Gilbert Street to House No. 2 - east side - 100m

    Completed December 2019 $17,503

    2 Saunders Avenue, North Parramatta - Gilbert Street to William Street - west side - 64m

    Completed July 2019 $16,668

    3 Highland Avenue, Toongabbie - Station Street to McCoy Park - west side - 191m

    Completed October 2019 $32,627

    4 Wendy Place, Toongabbie - Holden Street to Dead End - east side - 30m

    Completed November 2019 $6,574

    5 Fearn Street, Toongabbie - Holden Street to House No. 3 - west side 24m

    Completed November 2019 $3,411

    6 Geoffrey Street, Toongabbie - House No. 9 to Caloola Road - north side - 106m

    Completed October 2019 $28,456

    7 Warra Street, Wentworthville - Page Street to Darcy Road - east side - 218m

    Completed March 2020 $68,876

    List of Works – 19/20

    *Projects correct as at April 2020

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    Buildings This program funds structural upgrades of pools, toilet blocks, Council-owned preschool playgrounds and community buildings (such as Scout Halls and community centres).

    # Project Description of works Current Status Est Cost

    1 Belmore Park, North Parramatta

    Partial replacement of tiles Completed April 2020 $6,816

    2 Binalong Park Tennis Kiosk Partial structural renewal - clean concrete; replace metal window security screens and repaint doors and railing

    Scheduled for completion in June 2020

    $54,769

    3 Binalong Park Pavilion and Tennis Courts

    Renew epoxy flooring to change rooms andtennis courts resurfacing

    Scheduled for completion in June 2020

    $55,389

    4 Gallery Gardens Tennis Courts Kiosk East

    Repair structure as required; repaint timber fascias; repaint metal doors and down gutter brackets

    Scheduled for completion in June 2020

    $229,000

    5 Riverside Theatres Fire services upgrade Completed February 2020 $78,000

    6 Parramatta Central Library Upgrade of security access control system Completed April 2020 $80,279

    7 City Centre Car Park Upgrade of electrical switchboard in Shop 2 Completed April 2020 $1,064

    8 Eat Street Car Park Drainage improvement works on the rooftop

    Completed April 2020 $3,702

    9 Justice Precinct Car Park Upgrade of electrical switchboards Completed April 2020 $25,614

    10 Parramatta Heritage Centre Replacement of two archive room humidifiers

    Completed April 2020 $32,282

    11 Parramatta SES Headquarters ‒ Operations Centre

    Resurface driveway leading to operations centre

    Completed March 2020 $6,100

    12 Parramatta Town Hall Repair of structural damage to the western side of the building

    Scheduled for completion in June 2020

    $26,889

    13 Reg Byrne Community Centre

    Internal repairs and painting Completed March 2020 $6,250

    14 Unit 102, 29 Hunter Street, Parramatta

    Replacement of air conditioning system to an Affordable Housing Apartment

    Completed February 2020 $9,665

    List of Works – 19/20

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    Footpath Asset Renewal Program Council’s Footpath Asset Renewal Program delivers important repairs and ongoing maintenance to footpaths in the Local Government Area (LGA).

    # Project Description of works Current Status Est Cost

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    Footpath Work Programs

    Villiers Street, Parramatta from Ross Street to Victoria Road - right side - 82m

    Issued for Construction $29,520

    2 Villiers Street, Parramatta from Gross Street to Ross Street - right side - 68m

    Issued for Construction $24,480

    3 Bryson Street, Toongabbie Munn Place to North End - right side - 100m

    Completed October 2019 $12,365

    4 Bryson Street, Toongabbie South End to Munn Place - left side - 400m

    Completed October 2019 $74,026

    5 Bulli Road, Toongabbie Bungaree Road to Binalong Road - left side - 408m

    Completed February 2020 $67,001

    6 Calaby Street, Toongabbie Henson Street to Bulli Road - left side - 237m

    Completed March 2020

    $40,1217 Calaby Street, Toongabbie Henson Street to

    Bulli Road - right side - 226mCompleted March 2020

    8 Chanel Street, Toongabbie Tucks Road to Gorinski Street - left side 342m

    Completed March 2020 $36,736

    9 Elm Place, Constitution Hill Blue Gum Road to Dead End - right side - 82m

    Completed February 2020 $4,342

    10 Elva Street, Toongabbie Bryson Street to Dead End - right side - 84m

    Completed October 2019 $16,319

    11 Castle Street, North Parramatta Factory Street to Dunlop Street - left side - 150m

    Completed March 2020 $42,497

    List of Works – 19/20

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    Better Neighbourhood Program The Better Neighbourhood Program (BNP) is a successful, long running Council initiative that aims to improve the liveability of our neighbourhoods and centres outside of the Parramatta CBD. It delivers capital upgrades to centres with the goal of enhancing safety, vitality and economic prosperity.

    # Project Description of works Current Status Est Cost

    1 Toongabbie shops Minor capital upgrades, landscaping and economic activation to improve vacancy rates

    Planning $65,000

    2 Bungaree Road shops, Toongabbie

    Upgrade to streetscape and public domain Planning $50,000

    3 Picasso shops, Toongabbie Concept plan to upgrade Gallery Gardens tennis court, playground and picnic area

    Planning $50,000

    4 Constitution Hills shops Upgrade

    New planter boxes, paving and landscaping around the Constitution Hills shops entrance

    Completed $130,000

    List of Works – 19/20

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    Kerb and Gutter Repairs and Maintenance Program

    Bourke Street from Gloucester Avenue to Jeffery Avenue, North Parramatta

    Procurement underway

    $104,000

    2 Caloola Road from Geoffrey Street to Bulli Road, Constitution Hill

    Planning $75,000

    3 Henry Street from Betts Street to cul-de-sac, Parramatta

    Planning $75,000

    4 Illoca Place from Bungaree Road to cul-de-sac, Toongabbie

    In design $25,000

    5 Redbank Place from Redbank Road to cul-de-sac, Northmead

    Completed $69,595

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    Heavy Patching and Asphalt Overlay

    Bourke Street from Gloucester Avenue to Jeffery Avenue, North Parramatta

    In design $159,120

    7 Bryson Street from cul-de-sac to cul-de-sac, Toongabbie

    Planning $143,295

    8 Caloola Road from Geoffrey Street to Bulli Road, Constitution Hill

    Planning $182,655

    9 Constitution Road from Emma Crescent to cul-de-sac, Constitution Hill

    Contractor selected $141,680

    10 Eucalyptus Street from Bulli Road to Fraser Street, Constitution Hill

    Planning $112,340

    11 Henry Street from Betts Street to cul-de-sac, Parramatta

    Planning $105,060

    12 Illoca Place from Bungaree Road to cul-de-sac, Toongabbie

    Planning $68,880

    13 Iron Street from Bourke Street to Prince Street, North Parramatta

    Planning $110,290

    14 Moss Street from Alambie Street to Kleins Road, Northmead

    Planning $59,200

    15 Munn Place from Bryson Street to cul-de-sac, Toongabbie

    Planning $18,720

    16 Oakes Road from Bridge to Lomond Crescent, Old Toongabbie

    Completed $247,467

    17 Toll Street from Church Street to Dead End, North Parramatta

    Completed $20,087

    18 Wentworth Avenue from Reid Avenue to Creek, Westmead

    Completed $234,39619 Wentworth Avenue from Creek to Railway

    Street, Wentworthville

    # Project Description of works Current Status Est Cost

    List of Works – 19/20

    Roads Program Some roads are maintained by Council, others by the State Government. This program funds local road repairs, as well as kerb and gutter replacement.

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    # Project Description of works Current Status Est Cost

    List of Works – 19/20 (continued)

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    Base Replacement and Mill and Re-sheet

    Constitution Road from Chainage 200 to Michelle Drive, Constitution Hill

    Contractor selected $183,680

    21 Constitution Road from Ferndale Close to Chainage 200, Constitution Hill

    Contractor selected $164,000

    22 Constitution Road from Michelle Drive to Emma Crescent, Constitution Hill

    Contractor selected $114,800

    23 Redbank Place from Redbank Road to cul-de-sac, Northmead

    Completed $66,679

    24 Redbank Road from Glenn Avenue to Redbank Place, Northmead

    Completed $79,306

    25 Glenn Avenue from Hammers Road to Redbank Road, Northmead

    Completed $121,635

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    Drainage Program As part of our stormwater drainage renewal program, we repair and re-line stormwater drainage pits and pipes, as well as increase inflow capacity, in order to improve the operation of the drainage network. Even in areas far away from creeks and rivers, local flooding can occur if there is insufficient drainage. By continuing to maintain and improve Council’s stormwater drainage systems, the impacts of local flooding can be reduced or eliminated.

    List of Works – 19/20

    # Project Description of works Current Status Est Cost

    1 Drainage Construction Program 1 Burrabogee Road, Old Toongabbie - Stage 1 Completed $148,223

    2 Flood Mitigation Program 36 Mount Street, Constitution Hill Design completed. Drainage easement details to be finalised prior to construction

    $200,000

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    Stormwater Drainage Renewal Program

    Willmot Avenue, Toongabbie - stormwater pipe lining and point lining

    Not commenced. Work being planned

    $30,000

    4 160 Church Street, Parramatta - stormwater pipe lining and point lining

    Not commenced. Work being planned

    $20,000

    5 Fitzwilliam Rd, Toongabbie - stormwater pipe lining/point lining

    Not commenced. Work being planned

    $40,000

    6 78 Lamonerie Street, Toongabbie - stormwater pipe lining/point lining

    Not commenced. Work being planned

    $20,000

    7 Sorrell Street, North Parramatta - stormwater pipe lining

    Not commenced. Work being planned

    $25,000

    Cycleways, Pedestrian and Other Road InfrastructureOur accessible City – which includes local roads, footpaths, cycleways – needs ongoing maintenance and upgrades. This often involves new paths, safer crossing points, new bridges and improved amenities.

    List of Works – 19/20

    # Project Description of works Current Status Est Cost

    1 Palmer Lane, Parramatta Drainage and roadworks under Civil Construction Program

    Completed $267,533

    2 Milson Park cycleway extension and bridge

    Design and construct extended shared pathway and bridge to improve connectivity at Milson Park

    Detailed design completed. Construction estimated to commence June 2020

    $1,400,000

    3 Escarpment Boardwalk River level shared path between Charles Street Weir and Rangihou Reserve on the northern bank of the Parramatta River

    In delivery stage.

    Planned to be completed early 2021

    $16,500,000

    4 Marsden Street Bridge Extension of pedestrian footpath, installation of handrail and capital works to improve accessibility and safe passage across Marsden Street Bridge

    Completed $235,751

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    Open Space and Natural Resources Capital and Operating Projects Our open spaces – including parklands, parks and ovals – need ongoing maintenance and upgrades. This often involves new lighting, conversion to LED globes, play equipment upgrades, shade sails, landscaping and fencing.

    List of Works – 19/20

    # Project Description of works Current Status Est Cost

    1 Sue Savage Masterplan Implementation Stage 2

    The masterplan aims to invigorate these parks by providing safe and durable youth based recreational activities that are otherwise lacking within the surrounding area

    Concept plans for skate park, public amenities block and car park have been completed. Commenced pre-investigation works which will inform the detailed design plans

    $2,020,000

    2 Milson Park Masterplan Implementation

    The masterplan was adopted by Council in August 2018. Milson Park will provide 6.9 hectares of passive recreation space for nature-based experiences. Council is working in partnership with Sydney Water to deliver the capital works for the Milson Park Masterplan

    Detailed design completed. Construction estimated to commence June 2020

    Sydney Water funded

    3 Belmore Park Masterplan

    Development of a masterplan for Belmore Park

    Concept design plan completed, first round of community consultation completed

    $120,000

    4 Restoration of Natural Areas

    Project involves extensive work by specialised bushland contractors to restore natural areas, including threatened ecological communities at Toongabbie Creek

    Bushland regeneration works continuing

    $250,000 for part of Toongabbie Creek bush regeneration program

    5 Playground Replacement Program

    Playground replacement Richill Park Completed $130,000

    6 Parks Improvement Program

    Moxham Park landscape plan implementation

    Stage 1 completed February 2020

    $67,000

    7 Minor park improvements and resident requests such as seating, bins, pathways and fencing

    Rectification works at Ollie Webb Reserve playground

    $80,000

    8 Public Tree Program Planting of trees in nature strips, parks and reserves

    Extended watering of previous plantings completed February 2020. Planting of nature strip trees scheduled to commence May 2020

    $50,000

    9 Playground Shade Tree Planting - North Parramatta Public School

    Completed February 2020 $15,000

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    Local Traffic Facilities Program Council upgrades pedestrian crossings, crossing ramps and pedestrian light-signal phases as required to align with the Disability Discrimination Act.

    List of Works – 19/20

    # Project Description of works Current Status Est Cost

    1 Fitzwilliam Road west of Picasso Crescent, Old Toongabbie

    Install a pedestrian refuge island Completed $128,262

    2 Ashley Lane, Westmead Construct the missing footpath and widen the existing footpath

    Completed $196,650

    3 Darcy Road, Westmead outside Catherine McAuley Westmead

    Install a pedestrian fence Completed $15,050

    4 Darcy Road at Briens Road, Wentworthville

    Realign kerb and gutter at the northwest corner of the intersection to improve sightlines for pedestrians (eastbound) crossing Briens Road

    Out for quotation $200,000

    5 Fitzwilliam Road between Binalong Road and Reynolds Street, Old Toongabbie

    Undertake design and cost estimate for new traffic signals

    In design $70,000

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    Stronger Communities FundThe NSW Government established the Stronger Communities Fund to provide amalgamated councils with funding to kick start the delivery of projects that improve community infrastructure and services. The Stronger Communities Fund offers two programs:

    • Community grant program: Distributes $1 million in grants of up to $50,000 to incorporated, not-for-profit community groups to implement projects that build more vibrant, sustainable and inclusive local communities.

    • Major projects program: Allocates $14 million to fund larger scale priority infrastructure and service projects that deliver long-term economic and social benefits to communities.

    The projects listed below are all funded through the Major Project Program of the Stronger Communities Fund.

    List of Works – 19/20

    # Project Description of works Current Status Est Cost

    1 Wentworthville Early Childhood Development Initiative

    Council is leading this innovative, service-based project. Non-government organisations, government agencies, residents, businesses and Cumberland Council will collaborate to improve learning outcomes for children aged 0-5 years

    Completed December 2019 $319,000

    2 Bridge Road Widening These funds will be contributed to Sydney Trains, who will undertake the design and construction of a 3-lane bridge, which will replace the 2-lane bridge that was originally proposed by the organisation (at Bridge Rd Westmead). Minor road widening and construction of a new footpath on the approaches to the bridge are also required and will be undertaken by Sydney Trains as part of the project

    Completed.

    Funds transferred via Deed of Agreement with Sydney Trains

    $600,000

    3 Memorial to Indigenous Services Personnel

    The Memorial is in Queens Wharf Reserve, with installations on both sides of the existing HMAS Parramatta 1 memorial

    Completion expected by end of May 2020, although signage may be delayed.

    $270,000

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    CBD Special Infrastructure Rate Council is investing in a range of upgrade projects in the Parramatta CBD.

    The City Centre Special Infrastructure Rate has been running since 2000 and has helped Council make significant improvements in amenity throughout the CBD to support the growth of the City. The City Centre Special Infrastructure Rate will help deliver major projects like the Phillip Street Smart Street upgrade, Civic Link, and improvements to the River Foreshore.

    # Project Description of works Current Status Est Cost1 Southern Precinct

    Renewal – Valentine Avenue upgrade

    Rosehill Ward

    Valentine Avenue, Parramatta will be upgraded to improve traffic flow in the Parramatta Station car park precinct. The road will be upgraded to allow two-way traffic flow. This project forms part of the broader Southern Precinct Renewal and is required to facilitate future works in this area

    Project delayed due to COVID-19. The required property acquisition and project construction moved to FY 2020-21

    $225,000

    2 St John’s Anglican Cathedral feature lighting treatment

    Parramatta Ward

    This decorative lighting treatment complements the lighting effects at the nearby Parramatta Town Hall, celebrating Parramatta’s historical buildings and providing an illuminated focal point for the future Parramatta Square

    Preparation of DA and heritage applications. Heritage NSW approval is required before delivery of the project begins

    $719,040

    3 Retail Frontage Improvement Program

    Parramatta Ward

    A grant program that provides a financial incentive for commercial property owners and tenants to improve the visual appearance and quality of their building façades, shopfronts, and awnings

    One grant application approved by Council in March 2020.

    Program relaunch delayed due to COVID-19

    $40,000

    4 Phillip Street Smart Street upgrade

    Parramatta Ward

    Phillip Street, which links the riverside from Charles Street to the Bankwest Stadium area, will be updated with built-in connected smart technologies. The delivery of Phillip Street will be staged, with the first stage (estimated at $4.3 million) delivering the southern side of the street between Church Street and Smith Street. The remaining stages will be delivered with Council funding and proposed developments over the next three years

    Construction commenced in May and is anticipated to be completed by the end of the year

    $600,000

    5 St John’s Anglican Cathedral lawn works

    Parramatta Ward

    Restoration works on the sandstone borders and regrading of grassed lawn, construction of a new footpath and installation of stormwater drainage along the Queensland Arcade boundary

    Complete $127,512

    6 CBD Wayfinding update

    Parramatta & Rosehill Wards

    Recently the City and its key destinations have changed due to the major infrastructure upgrades and development occurring in the City. Further to this, the City has changed its branding. This project will reskin and update the wayfinding signage, both for its practical operation and Council’s visual identity

    Design complete.

    Procurement for fabrication and installation in progress

    $100,000 in Parramatta Ward

    $22,000 in Rosehill Ward

    List of Works – 19/20

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    # Project Description of works Current Status Est Cost

    7 Centenary Square – temporary amenities

    Parramatta Ward

    Installation of two semi-automated accessible toilets within Centenary Square. These will replace the current amenities which are being decommissioned as part of construction works being undertaken at 5PS and 7PS

    Demountable toilets installed in the interim. A semi-automated toilet will be fabricated and installed replacing the demountable toilets within the next 3-6 months

    $280,000

    8 CBD Smart Parking Project Stage 1

    Parramatta Ward

    Trial and deliver an integrated parking system that leverages emerging technologies across Council’s on-street parking environment, and multi-level car parks to improve user experience and provide fair and equitable access to paid parking spaces within the CBD. Stage 1 will involve the implementation of the chosen technology across up to 1000 on-street parking spaces within the CBD, with real-time data collection offering users the opportunity to locate available parking, its cost and the maximum duration of stay permitted

    Procurement delayed due to COVID-19

    $450,000

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