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Fresh new look coming to Georges River Civic Centre


Georges River Council will soon be providing community members a fresh, contemporary and more welcoming Service Centre at the Georges River Civic Centre.

Council wants to ensure the community has access to quality and responsive services, andthe planned refurbishment will result in a flexible, multi-use space – Customer Service Centre during the day with designated rooms for the public to meet with Council officers, and added capacity for after-hours presentations as required.

Upon completion, there will also be additional and enhanced meeting rooms which the public can book, equipped with smart boards and internet access, providing a technologically modern space for presentations and events. The two meeting rooms will have capacity for 20 persons and 10 persons respectively.

A vertical garden wall will create a pleasant setting for customers as they enter, and a concierge will greet customers and triage enquiries to minimise customer waiting periods. The new waiting area will provide comfortable lounges, informational display monitors as well as self-service computers for public use.

In the meantime, it’s business as usual for the Customer Service Team, which has been temporarily relocated to Hurstville Library.

What: Council’s Service Centre at Hurstville
When: Thursday 27 September 2018
Where: Hurstville Library, Corner of Queens Road and Dora Street, Hurstville
Transport: The library is approximately 450 metres from Hurstville Train Station and within walking distance to bus stops, and just a two-minute walk from the Civic Centre.

For more information about the relocation of Council’s Hurstville Customer Service Team, please contact 9330 6400 or visit Council's website.  
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