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is received. Fines may apply if the Council does not receive notice from your agent or solicitor. All outstanding rates and charges must be paid in full at settlement. Separation with no change

My Salisbury Water account

to the usage of Salisbury Water: Usage charge – a rate per kilolitre used. As of 1 July 2021 the standard Salisbury Water rate is $2.78 per kilolitre. Residential supply charge – a fixed rate of $10

Experiencing Difficulty Paying Your Rates?

are subject to a monthly interest charge 3.05% annually for 2021/22, which is 2% lower than the interest applying to rate accounts in arrears. The postponed amount is paid on disposal or sale


Services Rates The City of Salisbury’s 2021/22 Rates Brochure offers a brief snapshot of Council's 2021/22 Annual Plan, and the way Council has strived to deliver the key projects the community has

Council Fees and Charges

Council Council Fees and Charges 2021/2022 Council fees and charges Fees and Charges can be updated throughout the financial year and therefore should be reviewed periodically. View a full list

Rates Calculator

Services Rates Calculator Our easy-to-use Rate Calculator will help you make informed decisions about rate issues. In order to arrive at a calculation, you will need to provide the following

Rates and Section 7 Certificates

187). Fees and charges From 1 July 2021, are as follows: Rates only - $36.50 Section 7 only (standard) - $26 Therefore: Full search = $62.50 (Rates $36 + Standard Section 7 $26) Request timeframes

Twelve25 Youth Centre Room Hire

two weeks prior to the booking date. *Community rates may apply if eligible Hire Rates Bond Refundable bond - $350.00 Main Hall Full-Day Rate - $220.00 Hourly Rate - $30.00 Project Art Room Full-Day

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

Waste and Recycling

mobile garbage bin made from 50% new and 50% recycled plastic. Bins are delivered at no charge, usually within two working days of being requested. The bins provided remain the property of NAWMA

Frequently Asked Questions

Community Frequently Asked Questions On this page Planning ahead Frequently Asked Questions Service fees and charges Useful links Planning ahead Acquiring cemetery property before the need arises

Council Plans and Documents

. Council Fees and Charges Fees and charges can be updated throughout the financial year and therefore should be reviewed periodically. Gifts and Benefits Register Gifts and Benefits Register for elected

Development Application Fees

Development Development Application Fees Council has adopted the scheduled fees and charges under the Planning, Development and Infrastructure Act 2016 with the following fee waivers and discounts

Payment Options

Services Payment Options You can pay your council rates via Direct Debit, the internet, by mail or in person. Prepayment of rates is encouraged. Direct Debit City of Salisbury offers fortnightly

Rate Rebates

Services Rate Rebates Some people and/or organisations may be eligible for a rate rebate under the Local Goverment Act section 159 This includes: Community groups Health care organisations

Impounded Dogs

to collect the dog from Council’s Pound. Arrangements can also be made for you to view a dog if you believe the dog is yours. What fees and penalties apply? Fees and charges are applicable for impounded

Project To Turbo-Charge Paper And Cardboard Recycling

Council Project To Turbo-Charge Paper And Cardboard Recycling Media Release 19 May 2021 The Northern Adelaide Waste Management Authority (NAWMA) – which serves City of Salisbury as well as Playford


in the wetlands are threatened species protected under state legislation. These are: Barren Cane-grass (Eragrostis infecunda) rated Rare for SA Creeping Boobialla (Myoporum parvifolium) rated Rare for SA

Annual Plan

renewal) and a net cost of $66.7M including grants; moderate and sustainable levels of debt, with net financial liabilities of $85M or 78% of total operating revenue; and a moderate average rate


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