Blue Mountains City Council has received more than $40,000 for Springwood Library in the second and final round of the Western Parkland City Liveability program.
The funding will be used to design and construct a new entry from the existing car park into Springwood Library. This will be delivered as part of a $2.5 million library upgrade.
"We welcome the announcement of the Liveability Program funding for an extra component to the upgrade of Springwood Library," said Blue Mountains mayor, Mark Greenhill. "This means we can greatly improve access to the complex, for all our users, and particularly for those with mobility issues.
"Springwood Library is an important community facility and it's important to provide a second modern library for the growing Blue Mountains community."
Deputy mayor, Cr Chris Van der Kley, said he was happy to attend the funding announcement on February 19.
"This is more good news for the Blue Mountains and means further improvements to our public facilities," he said.
Round two of the Western Parkland City Liveability program saw $40.2 million spent across projects in the Western Parkland City. The $190 million Liveability Program is part of the Western Sydney City Deal, an agreement between the federal and state governments and eight western Sydney councils.
For more information on the 10 projects that will be delivered across the Blue Mountains as part of the program in the next three years, go to bmcc.nsw.gov.au/liveability-program.
Pic: Blue Mountains Deputy Mayor Chris Van der Kley (second from right), at the Western Parkland City funding announcement on 19 February.