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Clr Roy Maggio
Post: Locked Bag 2069, North Ryde 1670
Phone: 0418 299 347
First elected to the City of Ryde Council in 2008, the father of four children, Clr Maggio was born and raised in the City of Ryde. A self-employed consultant to the electrical industry, he is passionate about sporting opportunities within the community, coaching junior sports teams and promoting wellbeing as part of the community culture. Some of his major achievements include the introduction of a youth Summit at Macquarie University, a City of Ryde Sports Lighting Program across all parks , defibrillators for sporting venues, synthetic action plan, sports grants and a "no smoking" campaign in his commitment to promote safety and wellbeing in the City of Ryde. Clr Roy Maggio has launched a range of community based events including the Winter Sleep out, Christmas lighting program, the Moon Festival and the Ryde Roller Coaster run just to name a few. He has advocated for a skate park and initiated the Eastwood library mural as a form of artistic expression.
As a community focussed councillor, Clr Maggio is strongly committed to improving facilities and service standards particularly in relation to open spaces in the Ryde area, ensuring safe places for children to play. He is a strong advocate of developing partnerships with external organisations, supporting the local schools and the youth, broadening community engagement as well ensuring financial responsibility. Overall, his vision is to deliver innovative solutions that will translate to the best possible outcomes, as part of his commitment to serve the City of Ryde.
During 2013/2014, Clr Maggio proudly served as the Mayor of Ryde and as the Deputy Mayor in 2009/2010, 2014/2015 and 2015/2016. In 2014/2015, Councillor Maggio chaired the Works and Community Committee and was a member of the Ryde Civic Hub Committee, Macquarie Park Forum, Ryde Youth Council, the Sport and Recreation and Wheeled Sports Advisory Committee , Planning Environment Committee and the Status of Women Advisory Committee.
Last updated on 20 April 2017