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The Regional Landscape Levy

Services The Regional Landscape Levy The Regional Landscape Levy (RL) (previously known as the NRM Levy) is a State Government imposed tax, which councils are required to collect on behalf

Community Safety Strategy

-government services, community organisations and individuals. The City of Salisbury Community Safety Strategy (the Strategy) provides a platform for how the City of Salisbury works with the community and all

Vietnam Veterans' Day 2021

of the health risks surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic. This special service will be live-streamed and made available on our YouTube Channel - click here. The ceremony will start at 11 am on Wednesday

Pooraka Pound to reunite pets with their owners

Aldridge OAM said this exciting partnership with the City of Tea Tree Gully will service the community now and into the future. Pets are an important part of people’s lives, and when they go missing

Distribution

Services Distribution reWater pumping stations are designed and built to meet customer demands, taking into account existing and potential future growth. Pump stations usually contain large storage

Footpaths and Verges

Services Footpaths and Verges The City of Salisbury takes great pride in making our community a pleasing and attractive place to live. This information is provided to assist you with identifying

Development Register

drawings lodged as part of the application. If you have any questions regarding the Development Register or an application, please contact Development Services on (08) 8406 8222 or email development

SA Adult Safeguarding Unit

government bodies and South Australia Police by providing a service to all South Australians and raising community awareness about prevention and elder abuse. The ASU is guided in its work by human rights

Council

is always the talk of the town. Careers Jobs, career and work opportunities with the City of Salisbury. Volunteering Volunteers support council to deliver activities, programs, services and events

Food Safety: For Business

Services Food Safety: For Business Food Safety: Free Online Training All food businesses are required to have appropriate skills and knowledge in food safety and food handling. The City of Salisbury

Annual Report

made in the delivery of services and initiatives for the benefit of the local community. It also offers some insight into the year ahead. We trust you will find the City of Salisbury’s 2020-2021 Annual

Refugee Week - Sharing Our Healing Cultures

Association (ARA), Survivors of Trauma and Torture Services (STTARS), Welcoming Australia, Carer’s SA and City of Salisbury is hosting an event on Friday 24 June 2022. This day of small group conversations

National Simultaneous Storytime

age-appropriate themes, and addresses key learning areas of the National Curriculum for Foundation to Year 6. This year the Salisbury Library Service will be screening the event on our outdoor Big

Learn About Salisbury

at various stages of our lives. City of Salisbury – what an organisation to work with and for! Heidi Crossley - Coordinator, Administrative Support Services What you do here really does make a difference Want

Our Community

to show where there are concentrations of these communities of interest, which enables planners to accurately assess the demand for the provision of services and facilities to target populations

Draft 2022/23 Long Term Financial Plan and Annual Business Plan

Financial Plan and Annual Business Plan. Your thoughts and comments will help shape the services we provide, now and in the future. Once the 2022/23 Long Term Financial Plan and Annual Business Plan

eWaste Recycling

Services eWaste Recycling From 1 September 2013 electrical waste including audio/video equipment, small household appliances, mobile phones, tools, toys, leisure equipment, home/office communications

Disability Access Inclusion Network (DAIN)

on a range of Council services, programs and projects. Some recent examples that DAIN have been involved in include: Community consultation on John Church Street Upgrades Development of Ability Inclusion

Wetland Tours and Trails

Services Wetland Tours and Trails The 2km of well maintained trails incorporate a specially constructed bird hide where visitors can stop to watch some of the 160 species recorded at the wetlands

City of Salisbury to continue COVID-19 support to small businesses

@salisbury.sa.gov.au to discuss your proposal, or if you need assistance to complete the application. Businesses must also provide a quote for all items, services, activities or fees that their application