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    Civic Square renamed to ‘Salisbury Civic Plaza / Inparrinthi Kumangka’

    Released on 09 July 2019

    Civic Square will be given the joint name of ‘Salisbury Civic Plaza / Inparrinthi Kumangka’, which means “meeting together” in Kaurna language.

  • Solid Waste Levy increase

    Released on 27 June 2019

    Following the State Government’s decision to increase the Solid Waste Levy, Council carefully considered the implications of the resulting $777,000 increase in costs on its proposed 2019/20 budget.

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    NAWMA welcomes $12 million State Government funding announcement

    Released on 07 June 2019

    The Northern Adelaide Waste Management Authority (NAWMA) today welcomed the State Government’s $12 million Waste and Resource Recovery Modernisation and Council Transition Package.

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    Excellence in Local Economic Development Award win

    Released on 21 May 2019

    We have won the Excellence in Local Economic Development Award at the Local Government Professionals Australia, SA Leadership Excellence Awards

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    Waterloo Corner Road Renaming

    Released on 02 May 2019

    Council has resolved to rename four specific portions of roads in the suburb of Waterloo Corner. The Northern Connector has resulted in these roads becoming no through roads or dead end roads. As a consequence, it is necessary to rename the portion of these roads to avoid confusion of access to properties, particularly for emergency services access.

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    Mother's Day Music at Salisbury Memorial Park

    Released on 29 April 2019

    Salisbury Memorial Park will be filled with music, paying tribute to mothers, grandmothers and other special women, this Mother’s Day, 12 May. It will be the first time Salisbury Memorial Park has invited musicians to help mark Mother’s Day.

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    Salisbury Plays transforms Mawson Lakes

    Released on 26 April 2019

    More than 3,000 people took part in Salisbury Plays at Mawson Lakes on Sunday, 14 April. Mawson Lakes Boulevard was transformed into a family-friendly centre, bustling with free sports, games, jumping castles, face-painting, live performances and local stalls.

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    Salisbury Oval master plan to accommodate emerging needs of local community

    Released on 24 April 2019

    The City of Salisbury has responded to the emerging needs of the local community and will amend the Salisbury Oval master plan to make provision for the possible growth in junior women’s football and to retain recreation space. The amendments follow further feedback received since the original community consultation on the master plan which identified a change in demand for junior women’s football, due to the recent growth in participation in Australian Rules Football.

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