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    12 James Street Demolition and Car Park Project

    Released on 05 August 2020

    As part of the Salisbury City Centre Renewal Strategy, the former Civic Centre at 12 James Street will be demolished and in the immediate term re-constructed into temporary car parking available for use by City of Salisbury staff and the community.

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    City of Salisbury response to COVID-19 (coronavirus)

    Released on 21 July 2020

    City of Salisbury is consistently monitoring the evolving threat of COVID-19 (coronavirus) in order to determine the most effective actions in line with advice from the State and Federal Governments and other key agencies.

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    Salisbury Community Hub awarded prestigious architecture prize

    Released on 03 July 2020

    The Salisbury Community Hub and its architect, HASSELL, received the esteemed Jack McConnell Award for Public Architecture as well as an Interior Commendation within the annual awards.

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    Council adopts budget centred on supporting community through COVID-19

    Released on 23 June 2020

    City of Salisbury last night adopted its 2020/21 Annual Plan and Budget focused on minimising the ongoing impact of COVID-19 on all parts of the community including residential, business and sporting & community club sectors.

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    Vale Patricia Joan Mary St Clair-Dixon

    Released on 18 June 2020

    Vale Mayor Patricia St Clair-Dixon, aged 88 years. Patricia, also known as Pat, was the first female Mayor of the City of Salisbury, having served between 1987 and 1993.

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    Released on 26 May 2020

    We are currently unable to process card payments online.

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    Seniors staying social during COVID-19

    Released on 22 May 2020

    After our seniors centres were required to close in March in response to the pandemic, Council needed to identify creative platforms for connecting with senior members of the community.

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    Library opening hours

    Released on 14 May 2020

    Our libraries are open with some necessary restrictions in place. These include a maximum of 10 visitors at once, time limits for computers and a grab and go style approach to borrowing.

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