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Blackman Park Update

​July 2022

The reconstruction of the stormwater pit is now complete however there's still work to be done before everything is back to normal.

Now that the pit is complete, we can start to restore connections and finish remedial works - weather permitting.

For dog owners looking to make use of the dog park, please note that there are two sections to the dog park. One section has temporary fencing in place which doesn't run all the way to the ground and so is not suitable for smaller dogs. If you do visit the dog park area, please take note of the on-site signage to make sure you and your pets are safe while we work to finalise the site.

It is expected to be some time before turf is able to be laid and bring the area back to its earlier condition - the most recent wet weather has further compounded our earlier reports that turf supply has been impacted by the floods.

20 May 2022

Currently the pit has been installed all the way up to the ground level and back filled. Shoring boxes have been removed. 

​6 May 2022

The repairs to the stormwater line at the bottom of the hole at Blackman Park have now been completed and our contractor is reconstructing the stormwater pit and working their way out of the hole.

We anticipate the works around the hole to be completed within the next four weeks subject to wet weather.

Once works are complete, the cricket nets and basketball court will be reopened – these were closed due to safety concerns including people retrieving balls from the works zone.

Unfortunately due to the flood conditions experienced in the Hawkesbury region there is no turf available in NSW until Spring which means that while the Dog Park will be reopened, it will be unable to be returfed until Spring.