Council compliments


Here is some positive feedback we have received from the community on our services and current projects.

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“Congratulations Ku-ring-gai Council on giving us a beautiful green space with seating, a playground for primary-aged kids, plus table tennis and other activities. And this is all close to the railway station, bus depot and shops too.”

Diana Blom, published in The North Shore Times, 27 April 2017

“I would like to thank Council for the prompt action in repairing the storm water drainage system that created the sink hole following the storm on Saturday night, 18 March 2017. I would like to go on record to express my sincere thanks … for their hard work in rectifying the storm water drainage problem and repairing the sink hole before the expected heavy rain that fell on Thursday 30 March.”

Geoff Hall, 7 April 2017

“I write on this occasion to congratulate and thank Council and its clean up team for the most efficient way it responds to bookings for a Council clean up and for the way the work is carried out. The silent team remove all the items and leave the area in pristine working condition.  It’s a great service, most beneficial to the ratepayers and a credit to all involved.”

Malcolm Irving, 22 March 2017

“I write on behalf of our family, to show our deep appreciation for your care to our area. The services we receive are immaculate in most respects, these include: waste management; trees pruning’ bush walking tracks; provision of resting areas (or islands) in the regions, etc.  The reserves or islands in the region are especially scenic and convenient to the residents. It enhances the quality of life. Adults and children like this provision.”

Grace Ling, 27 December 2016

“I take advantage of so many outings, exercise classes and talks that there is no time for feeling lonely and this is so important for the elderly. I sincerely hope the Council is able to continue this wonderful service as it is enjoyed and appreciated by so many.”

Audrey Turkington, 15 December 2016