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Policies

Council Policies Council Policies are designed to influence and determine major decisions and actions of Local Government business and services. Policies guide Council, staff and the community

First RATs pick up station in the City of Salisbury

community and access to transport is one of the most prevalent, so if we can make access to COVID services easier, we will see better outcomes on the whole. Mayor Gillian Aldridge OAM People will be able

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

Grassy Woodlands Forum 2012 Documentation

Services Grassy Woodlands Forum 2012 Documentation The 2012 Grassy Woodlands forum was held in March at the Mawson Lakes Hotel. Below are copies of the presentations from the 2 day forum: Dameon Roy

Concessions

Services Concessions Cost of Living Concession On 14 May 2015, the State Government announced a new 'Cost of Living Concession' to replace the concessions formerly available on Council rates

Energy

Services Energy The City of Salisbury's Energy Policy Direction is to reduce overall energy consumption and increase energy efficiency, and to optimise the use of renewable energy. Salisbury aims

Housing Forum: "Should I stay or should I go?"

and accommodation for the over 55’s demographic. The Catalyst Services Australia (Centrelink matters) Discussions include ‘if I stay, what would help me to live independently and if I go, what housing options

Food Safety: Legislation

Services Food Safety: Legislation The Austalia New Zealand Food Standards Code The Austalia New Zealand Food Standards Code regulates food sold in Australia and New Zealand. The Code gives legal

Request for Electronic Rates Notice

Services Request for Electronic Rates Notice Receive rates notices electronically City of Salisbury ratepayers can now opt to receive quarterly rates notices electronically via Bpay View, or Ezybill

Plants

Services Plants Constructed wetlands within the City of Salisbury have contributed significantly to the biodiversity of the region. More than 97 native plant species have been planted throughout

Recovering from an Emergency

Services Recovering from an Emergency Families SA Emergency Management Program provides advice and practical assistance to help people and communities recover from major emergencies such as floods

Extreme Heat Strategy

extreme weather circumstances, heatwaves are likely to become more common in Australia. Key South Australian Government departments, led by the State Emergency Service (SASES), have prepared an Extreme

Community Grants

Council Community Grants The City of Salisbury, through its Community Grants Program, aims to encourage, develop and support community projects/events that provide a service or program to residents

Street Tree Renewal Program

Services Street Tree Renewal Program On this page 2021/22 Street Renewal Program Selected Streets 2020/21 Street Renewal Program Planting Streets Frequently Asked Questions The City of Salisbury’s

Change of details

Services Change of details It is very important to notify the Council of any changes in ownership or address. This can be done in writing, by telephone or in person. Change of address You can now

St Kilda Boat Ramp Permits

payment to a Customer Service Representative at Council’s main offices situated at 34 Church Street, Salisbury. Once the form is processed, a permit will be posted to the applicant. Six month permits A 6

The Australia Day Citizen of the Year Awards Winners 2006 - 2016

Community Event of the Year - Long Tan Ceremony 2006 Citizen of the Year - Bruce Tonkin International Community Service Award - Fr Michael Trainor Young Citizen of the Year - Pearl Tassell Large Event

Community Action

Services Community Action What Can We Do? The City of Salisbury prides itself on its presentation and its importance in encouraging a community full of drive, commitment and spirit. Sustainability

New Connections

Services New Connections Can I Connect to Salisbury Water? Salisbury Water is predominantly supplied to Council reserves and ovals, schools, industry and new residential sub-divisions which

Residential Vehicle Crossovers

for this can be obtained from Council’s Customer Service unit. Applicants should allow up to 4 weeks for works to be completed by Council depending on workloads. Residential Vehicle Crossover Form (206KB