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City of Sydney 1h
Replying to @multimodalism
2/2 A new signalised pedestrian crossing on the west leg is proposed, in line with RMS policy to provide crossings at each leg of a signalised intersection. It is expected to be constructed by RMS when the WestConnex M5 opens early next year. Regards, CoS
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City of Sydney 1h
Replying to @multimodalism
1/2 Hi Chris. TfNSW sets bus stop locations. The intersection of Sydney Park and Mitchell roads is currently under review by RMS and the City, as part of our shared King Street Gateway project.
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City of Sydney 1h
Hi Thomas. Apologies for the delay in responding – you’re correct. TfNSW, the parent agency of STA, determines routes and timetables.
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City of Sydney 4h
We're proud to announce that town centre has been recognised as one of Australia’s most communities. It's been awarded a 6 Star Green Star – Communities rating from the Green Building Council of Australia (). Find out more:
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City of Sydney 23h
Replying to @n3w4v3
Hi David, just to confirm, this is not a City of Sydney ranger. Darling Harbour is owned and managed by Property NSW. Patrols are conducted by their rangers.
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City of Sydney May 20
Replying to @saraorsomeone @NSWRFS
Hi Sara, this could be due to smoke from planned hazard reduction burns settling in parts of the Greater Sydney region. For more information you can get in touch with our friends at
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City of Sydney May 19
Replying to @Captain__DMan
Thanks for letting us know! We'll have our maintenance team attend, your ref. 2088561
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City of Sydney May 19
Replying to @Nashtendo
Hi Steve. We’ve logged your report under ref no. 2088057 and our cleaners will collect it this afternoon. You can report places that need extra cleaning on 9265 9333 or online at to ensure the fastest response time in the future. Regards, CoS
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City of Sydney May 19
Reminder for fans in the local government area: the City can’t issue city-wide spoiler alerts for the series finale. But Twitter does offer advanced muting options to help you avoid them:
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City of Sydney May 19
Replying to @LStueckradt
If you can DM us your contact details we can forward your request to our Parks team for response. Thanks!
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City of Sydney May 19
Replying to @danielnunchuck
Hi Daniel, thanks for getting in touch. We have reported the rubbish to our cleansing team to attend Ref 2087929.
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City of Sydney May 19
Replying to @nzbiggles
Hi Mark, thanks for letting us know. We have reported this to the maintenance team to investigate Ref 2087922.
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City of Sydney May 19
Replying to @scottlonsdale
Hi, thanks for letting us know. We logged this to the cleansing and waste team to attend Ref 2087558.
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City of Sydney May 16
Replying to @besupo__
Hey Nelly, thanks for the feedback. We’ve submitted a report through to our street furniture team for review of the area. Ref: 2087169. Cheers
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City of Sydney May 16
Replying to @besupo__
Hi Nelly, could you please provide a specific location? We can look into installing additional street bins if needed. Cheers
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City of Sydney May 14
Thank you for letting us know about this poster. Can you please provide the address of the building and we'll send out our graffiti team to investigate. Cheers
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City of Sydney May 14
Replying to @Jillybeanza
Thanks for the feedback. We logged a job with our parks maintenance team to investigate & fix the issue. Ref: 2086176. cheers
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City of Sydney May 14
Replying to @sebsayswhat @nswpolice
Thanks for letting us know. We've sent through a report to the City Rangers who will investigate & monitor this issue. Ref: 2086080.
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City of Sydney May 13
Replying to @ShyamAbaci
Hi, you can view the conditions in our Graffiti Management Policy on page 4 here:
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City of Sydney May 13
Some of the biggest changes to city planning in a decade will give Sydney a late-night boost. From next month, city centre businesses can apply to trade up to 24 hrs a day. The changes will help create more diverse night-time options in . More info:
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