Crestwood revitalisation

Council has embarked on its biggest waterways improvement project ever.

A kilometre stretch of Toongabbie Creek, within Crestwood Reserve, is getting a much-needed makeover.

The design phase of the project has begun, with construction planned to commence in 2019/2020.

Once complete, residents will have improved access to and across the creek with new crossings and pathways – and seating and viewing areas also proposed.

To add to the revitalisation project, Council is expanding the northern sporting fields to accommodate further play for ages six to nine years.

And a learn-to-ride bike track is under construction, with works to be completed by mid-June 2018.

More recently, Council in partnership with Sydney Water delivered a water drinking station.

The water station is located near the fitness equipment, and allows residents and visitors to the sporting facility to refill their water bottles with ease or to drink from the bubbler.

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