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COVID-19 Frequently Asked Questions

. View a list of all of our online library resources. Can I still see a Justice of the Peace? A Justice of the Peace (JP) service is still being provided at the Salisbury Community Hub on a limited

Para Hills Community Hub Programs and Services

. The City of Salisbury offers the service of a JP at the Para Hills Community Hub: Thursday evening: 4pm to 5.30pm Friday afternoon: 3pm to 5pm Saturday: 10am to 12pm For further information please

Para Hills Community Hub

or leisure Justice of the Peace (JP) services The Hub also provides services for: Residents to connect with others and develop new friendships School students and young people to meet, learn

Justice of the Peace

will direct you to a JP in your area. For more information, please contact: (08) 8406 8222 Locations, days and times The City of Salisbury offers the service of a JP at the following locations. Excludes

Previous Legends Awards Winners

to inform them of Red Cross services available to them. In addition to this wonderful work with the Red Cross, Bev is also a dedicated and hardworking JP, often offering her services at three locations

Committees

Sustainability Urban Development Strategic Asset Management Development Planning Chairman Cr Chad Buchanan JP Deputy Mayor 0403 677 807 cbuchanan@salisbury.sa.gov.au View full profile Urban Services

Library Services

Community Library Services Computers and Internet Access Members and visitors can access library computers for internet access and word processing for 55 minutes per day. Black and white or colour

Home Library Service

Community Home Library Service This free service delivers library materials to City of Salisbury residents who cannot easily access the library. Deliveries and pickups are every four (4) weeks

Elected Members and Wards

& Deputy Mayor Mayor Gillian Aldridge OAM Mayor 0411 703 706 galdridge@salisbury.sa.gov.au View full profile Cr Chad Buchanan JP Deputy Mayor 0403 677 807 cbuchanan@salisbury.sa.gov.au View full profile

Get Healthy Information and Coaching Service

Community Get Healthy Information and Coaching Service SA Health has a service that offers free and confidential telephone-based expert advice, with plenty of motivation, to help you find a healthier

Youth Crisis & Support Services

Community Youth Crisis & Support Services If you or someone you who know is looking for help, you can find a crisis or support service in the area. On this page Crisis Housing Health / Counselling

Hard Waste

Services Hard Waste Hard Waste Service The City of Salisbury offers a Hard Waste Service for residents and non profit organisations (excluding government agencies). The service is available to both

Dogs Wandering at Large

Services Dogs Wandering at Large If you have a concern with a dog that is wandering at large, or have you found a dog, please call the City of Salisbury on (08) 8406 8222 at all times and our staff

Home and Community Help

in close contact with a proven case of coronavirus (COVID-19). Salisbury Home Assist provides basic home maintenance and support services to help people remain living independently at home

Emergency Authorities

Services Emergency Authorities Hazard Leaders and Control Agencies are defined under the State Emergency Management Plan (2011). Under current legislation, Council does not have a direct role

Annual Plan

increase of 2.8%. Purpose The Annual Plan details Council’s services, including new services and projects, together with financial impacts. The purpose is to provide thorough information so

Waste and Recycling

Services Waste and Recycling On this page Bin Collection Days Garbage Bins Green Waste and Hard Waste Organics Program Further Information On behalf of the City of Salisbury the Northern Adelaide

Homelessness Strategy

. Homelessness affects a broad range of people in our community and requires a collaborative, integrated and empathetic approach to ensure that services and supports are in place to assist people

Supported residential facilities

Services Supported residential facilities Supported residential facilities (SRFs) provide accommodation and personal services to older people and people with physical disabilities. Unlike residential

COVID-19

and the delivery of essential services. We have put in place a number of measures to promote safety and reduce the potential for the spread of COVID-19. We’ll continue to keep you updated on our