Locals urged to have their say on City Park

New artist impressions provide an exciting glimpse into the future of Penrith's new City Park.
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Sensory gardens, water features, shaded areas and a green open space for outdoor activities are just a few of the key features proposed for Penrith’s new City Park.

The design captures the ideas and input provided by the local community during consultation earlier this year and Penrith City Council is now inviting further feedback to finalise the design of City Park.

An online survey is open until December 6 for the community to provide input on important design elements including the look and feel of the park, the amount of shading, and other key features of the park.

Penrith Mayor Karen McKeown said the City Park project is a great example of how the community can provide input into shaping the design and delivery of a new open space in Penrith.

“We’ve been working with the community for several years on City Park and the detailed design is the culmination of what we have heard,” Cr McKeown said.

“It’s exciting to be at a point in this project where we can present the detail of the public space that is to become the vibrant and green heart in our city centre, and that strengthens Penrith’s position as Western Sydney’s most liveable city.

“I encourage everyone to complete the survey to share your thoughts on the park design which will help us to move forward with the delivery of this project and the realisation of the much-anticipated Penrith City Park.”

View the artist impressions of City Park and complete the short online survey at yoursaypenrith.com.au/penrith-city-park by Sunday, December 6.

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