The health and safety of our community, businesses and staff are our priority. Wearing a face mask is highly recommended when you are not able to maintain physical distancing. Please follow physical distancing rules of 1.5 metres, practice safe hygiene and wash hands regularly.
Transport for NSW will be installing in-ground sensors on Parramatta Road between Shaftsbury Road and Bennett Street, Burwood. Workers will be on site for two night shifts between Sunday 28 March and Friday 30 April, weather permitting. Work will not be carried out on public holidays. Work hours will be between 8pm and 5am from Sunday to Friday.
Find out about the benefits of living sustainably for yourself and the community
A development consent or a tree permit may be required before removing or pruning a tree.
Find out what you need to know to be a responsible pet owner in Burwood Council.
Reporting graffiti to Council allows us to remove graffiti quickly and helps us to identify perpetrators.
Sticking bill posters on public property can lead to an on-the-spot fine.
Council is dedicated to ensuring a clean, safe, healthy and enjoyable environment for our residents, businesses and visitors.
Dumping rubbish is illegal, report it online or contact Council on 9911 9911.
Provides road safety information for pedestrians, passengers, cyclists and drivers.
Are your Street Lights Out? Street lighting is a vital service that helps keep the community safe and secure. Ausgrid owns and maintains all streetlights in the Burwood area.
Stormwater issues on private property
If you damage underground pipes or cable networks you may be held financially responsible. Dial before you dig.
2 Conder Street,
Burwood NSW 2134
Monday - Friday, 8.30am - 4.30pm
PO Box 240, Burwood NSW 1805
24 hours, 7 days a week
Phone: (02) 9911 9911
Wet Weather Line: (02) 9078 6170
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Burwood Council acknowledges the Wangal Clan of the Eora Nation, the traditional custodians of the area. We pay our respects to their elders past, present and emerging. We acknowledge and respect their cultural heritage, beliefs and ongoing relationship with the land.