The electorate of Castle Hill has secured grant funding of $199,519 for a total of 9 projects as part of the NSW Government’s 2016 Community Building Partnership (CBP) program.
Member for Castle Hill Ray Williams has commended police in the Hills Local Area Command for their exceptional work in fighting local crime. read more
In great news for parents and students, the NSW Government has added a safety boost at local schools with an extra 400 sets of flashing lights rolled-out across the state, particularly in areas deemed high risk. read more
Ray Williams was sworn in as the Minister for Multiculturalism and Minister for Disability Services in January 2017.
He was first elected to the NSW Parliament in 2007, following a term as councillor on the Hills Shire Council.
Prior to his appointment as Minister for Multiculturalism and Minister for Disability Services, Ray was Parliamentary Secretary for Transport and Roads and for Western Sydney.
Ray began his career in two metal trade apprenticeships before working in the transport industry for 22 years.
Between 1985 and 2005 Ray held a Racing NSW Thoroughbred Trainers License and successfully operated a small business in the industry.
Ray studied at Curtin University achieving a Graduate Certificate in Development Planning and a Master’s Degree in Urban and Regional Planning.
Principal areas in Castle Hill include: Annangrove, Beaumont Hills, Box Hill, Castle Hill, Dural, Glenhaven, Kellyville, Kenthurst, Maraylya, Middle Dural, Nelson, Round Corner and Rouse Hill.