Tahmoor Sportsground is about to under go a major makeover.
Wollondilly Council is set to upgrade the popular sporting facility to become a district level sporting complex.
Acting director of infrastructure and environment Mike Nelson said the council had been working with the local community and user groups to create a draft masterplan for the transformation of the sportsground.
"Before we continue with our process, we want to make sure that we have heard the community correctly and are on the right track in our planning," he said.
"We want to provide an upgraded, streamlined and inclusive sports complex at Tahmoor that accommodates diverse user groups and has something to offer the whole community.
"The master plan will provide a guiding vision for the next 10 to 15 years and includes a new centrally located building, realigned sports fields, facilities and recreational areas."
The project will be funded through the Western Parkland City Liveability Program.
The Tahmoor Sportsground transformation is one of four projects identified by the council which would be eligible for funding through the program.
Mr Nelson said the council was working hard to have the masterplan developed in time to submit an application through the City Deals Liveability Fund program, which opens mid-2019, to access substantial funding to begin the first stage of works.
The council will also host a pop-up community kiosk at Tahmoor Sportsground on Saturday, June 29 to ask for feedback on the draft plan.
Interested community members will be able to view the initial concepts for the upgrade, speak with staff representatives and tell them what they think.
Residents can also have their say by jumping online and going to www.yoursay.wollondilly.nsw.gov.au, calling council on 4677 1100 or sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.