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Draft Public Health Plan 2022 - 2027

Submissions closed

The City of Salisbury recently released the draft ‘Wellbeing Plan 2022-2027’.

As the public health authority for their areas, councils have a significant role in leading the local public health planning process. In accordance with the requirements of the South Australian Public Health Act 2011, the Wellbeing Plan outlines our public health priorities for the next five years.

In this plan, we outline a range of actions that help to support the physical and mental health of our communities, emphasising the importance of an evidence- and data-driven approach.

How can you help?

You can help us shape the actions in this document, before it is finalised.

We will be consulting on this Plan from Wednesday 3 May from 9am closing on Thursday 25 May at 5pm.

How can you submit your thoughts?

To provide feedback on the Wellbeing Plan 2022-2027, please direct your written comments to: General Manager Community Development, PO Box 8, Salisbury SA 5108, or email:

What do you need to read?

Before you submit your thoughts, please read the draft ‘Wellbeing Plan 2022-2027’ so you are aware of its contents.

Thank you for your time.

With your help, we can support our communities to lead healthy and flourishing lives.