Have Your Say

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Current Consultations

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    Renaming of Roads due to Northern Connector

    Submissions close at 05:00PM on Wednesday 19 December 2018

    The Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure is currently constructing the new Northern Connector that will link the Northern Expressway to the South Road Superway. The Northern Connector has resulted in a number of roads becoming no through roads or dead end roads.

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    New City of Salisbury website

    Submissions close at 05:00PM on Friday 18 January 2019

    We have begun work on a new website and we would like to know how you use our website

  • More Consultations

How to Get involved

The City of Salisbury is establishing better ways for you to have your say on both the way we work and the projects we run. We are committed to listening and learning from local people. 

We provide important services to residents, visitors, employers and employees in the City of Salisbury and we're always looking for ways to improve them.

Have your say online!

To help as many people as possible to participate in each consultation, we have launched this online consultation area. 

Here you will be able to make a comment, view other people's comments, like or dislike someone else's comment or even reply to their comment. It works in a similar fashion to Facebook or a blog.


To be able to have your say online, you will need to register using the registration box in the top right hand corner of the page. We ask for people to register so that their comments are able to be counted and so that we can contact should more details be required.

You only need to register once and once you are registered you are able to log into your profile and make any changes as required, like phone number or email address. 

If you have any questions, issues or concerns about the registration process, please email us at webmaster@salisbury.sa.gov.au 

Posting Rules:

Be respectful. As with any online platform we ask you to be respectful and tasteful in your comment, avoiding profanities, personal insults and anything that could be deemed defamatory or in breach of Australian law.

Each comment posted will include a 'report' button to allow users to report comments they find breach our posting rules. Comments posted will appear on the site immediately, however should a comment breach our posting rules Council reserves the right to remove the comment without discussion or notification. Should anyone repeatedly breach the posting rules, Council will not hesitate to cancel the poster's registration and block future access.

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