Community feedback invited 

St Marys Station sign.

PENRITH City Council is inviting the community to share their feedback on the draft St Marys Town Centre Place Plan until Thursday 29 February 2024.

Following extensive community consultation last year, Council adopted its St Marys Town Centre Structure Plan which established a shared vision to transform St Marys into a vibrant, sustainable, and welcoming strategic centre over the next 20 years.

The St Marys Town Centre Place Plan is a community-led roadmap which outlines actions over the next five years between 2024-2028 to help achieve this long-term vision, with a focus on events, activities, and street and park improvements.

Penrith Mayor Todd Carney thanked the community for its overwhelming response during community consultation to form the draft plan earlier in the year.

“Council heard from more than 540 residents, businesses, community groups, government stakeholders, and allied health professionals when we asked them to help us co-design the draft Place Plan,” Cr Carney said.

“We received lots of great ideas for ways to spruce up the Town Centre, support our local businesses, along with activities and events that will bring the community together, and for the future St Marys Central Park.” 

“Council has listened to this feedback, developed the draft Place Plan which we feel truly reflects the needs and desires of the community, and now we want to make sure residents and local business think we’re on the right track.”

To view the draft plan and share your feedback visit:

Hard copies will also be available to view at the following locations:

Penrith City Council Civic Centre
601 High Street, Penrith
Opening hours: 8.30am-4pm weekdays

Penrith City Council’s St Marys Office
207-209 Queen Street, St Marys
Opening hours: 9am-12.30pm and 1.30pm-4pm weekdays

St Marys Library
207-209 Queen Street, St Marys
Opening hours:
Monday-Thursday: 9am-8pm
Friday-Saturday: 9am-5pmSunday: 10am-5p