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What's happening in the Sydney Hills? 

MARCH 2021

LIBRARY
Outdoor storytime sessions 
Perfect for children aged 2 to 5 years, these interactive outdoor storytime sessions will take place at Bella Vista Farm and Ellerman Park throughout March. Bookings are essential.
Year One Reading Club
Year One Reading Club is back! Children will receive a log book upon signing up to the club and a sticker each time they borrow. They will also receive rewards throughout their time in the Club.
WHAT'S ON
Youth Ambassador Program
Council is looking for young people, aged between 15 to 24 years from The Hills, who are passionate about their local community and are keen to represent their fellow youth at a Local Government level.
Bella Vista Farm Open Day
Enjoy a family picnic or explore the historic homestead and farm buildings at the Bella Vista Farm Open Day on Sunday, March 7. Opening hours are from 10am to 2pm.
LATEST PROJECTS
Baker Crescent improvements
Works were recently completed at Baker Crescent, Baulkham Hills. The works included a pedestrian island with new concrete footpath connections, pedestrian ramps, and two additional car parking spaces.
Waves construction milestone
The concrete base for the FINA Standard Olympic sized 50 metre swimming pool at Waves is being poured in stages and works on the adjacent external 25 metre swimming pool are in progress.
HAVE YOUR SAY
PNRL Licence Agreement 
Have your say on the proposed licence agreement between The Hills Shire Council and Parramatta National Rugby League. Submissions will close on Tuesday, March 30.  
Anthony Skarratt Reserve
 The Draft Landscape Master Plan for Anthony Skarratt Reserve, located on Nelson Road, Box Hill, will be available for comment on The Hills Shire Council website until Friday, April 2, 2021.
RESOURCES
Looking for a job?
There's never been a better time to join our team! Employing more than 600 staff, The Hills Shire Council recruits people who have a commitment to providing exceptional service to our growing community.
Bin it right
Got a question about what goes in which bin? Head to our website to find a list of acceptable items for your red, yellow and green bins as well as information on correct bin placement.
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