Welcome to the Pitt Town Progress Association

The Pitt Town Progress Association Inc. is a not-for-profit community organisation, registered under the NSW Associations Incorporation Act 1984. It is staffed by volunteers and has been supporting the Pitt Town community for over 125 years! It’s the community voice with local, state and federal government. We are committed to the improvement of local infrastructure, facilities and community life for the residents of Pitt Town and district.

The Progress Association meets on the first Monday of every month except January, unless the first Monday falls on a public holiday in which case the meeting is on the second Monday of the month. Meetings are held at the Pitt Town and District Sports Club, 139 Old Pitt Town Road at 7:30pm. The Annual General Meeting (AGM) is held in September.

Visitors are always welcome!

This website is updated regularly, if you have any suggestions, corrections or omissions please contact the Secretary, Vince Rayfield using the contact us tab.

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Due to COVID restrictions, Monthly Meetings have been cancelled until further notice


  • The Pitt Town bypass
  • Protection of the Bootles Lane bushland
  • Getting our share of Section 94 levies
  • Upgrade of local roads
  • Completion of community facilities promised
  • Reduce local flooding
  • Upgrade Pitt Town Road & intersections

Pitt Town Progress

Latest News & Articles
Anzac Day 2019

Anzac Day at Pitt Town 2019

A perfect day weather-wise was the setting for a crowd of well over one thousand people, to attend the 2019 Anzac Day service at Pitt Town. Highlights of the service included the unveiling of a new WW2 Honour Roll. The names of the 70 residents of Pitt Town and district who enlisted during the 1939-1945…

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Susan Templeman presenting certificate to Gordon Douglas from Douglas Plumbing for supplying equipment

Clean Up Australia Day

49 volunteers assembled at Bona Vista Park on Sunday the 4th March. Kevin O’Connor the organiser, gave a briefing. Then the teams were dispatched to various locations in the Town area. A Hughe variety of rubbish was picked up by the volunteers, ranging from car doors, Tyers, mattresses, and carpet which had been dumped by…

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Lost 4 year-old child found safe!

The people of Pitt Town, together with Police and emergency services, must be commended on the overwhelming and instant response by so many people, who dropped everything to assist in searching for the missing child on Saturday (Who was thankfully found safe and unharmed.) Every person in our community must be proud of this response,…

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Current Issues


At a meeting of the Hawkesbury City Council on 30 March 2021, Pitt Town Progress Association President, Peter Ryan, made a series of comments regarding development work in the Pitt Town area. Some of these comments wrongfully suggested that developer Mr Keith Johnson and Johnson Property Group had misapplied public funds for their own use…

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Hawkesbury City Council tour of Pitt Town Issues

On Wednesday the 16th of August Council’s Mayor Mary Lyons-Buckett and General Manager Peter Conroy along with Councillors Peter Reynolds, Danielle Wheeler and Nathan Zamprogno were given a 26-stop tour of Pitt Town.  Members of the Pitt Town Progress Association along with members of the Pitt Town Residents’ Group, briefed councillors on State Government issues,…

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Bottles Lane

Bootles Lane Bushland

JPG owns the parcel of land bounded by Vermont Avenue, Pittsmoor Street and Bootles Lane known as Lot 61 DP 1206587, 43 Bootles Lane. The lot is currently zoned RU2 and has been identified as containing critically endangered species of native flora. It is also one of the few remaining areas of remnant bushland in…

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