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The City of Salisbury’s 2024/25 Rates Brochure offers a brief snapshot of Council's 2024/25 Long Term Financial Plan and Annual Business Plan, and the way Council has strived to deliver the key projects the community has identified as priorities.

Council’s continuing focus in 2024/25 is the development of community assets that uphold a City that is welcoming, liveable, sustainable, growing and innovative. New and improved Community amenities and sports and recreation facilities will be delivered. Increased streetscapes planting aims to continue the beautification and greening of the City. Road safety and traffic management priorities take in the completion of the new Pratt Ave Bridge in Pooraka, upgrade of key roundabouts and new and upgraded school zones and pedestrian crossings.

The 2024/25 Long Term Financial Plan and Annual Plan is based on an average rate increase of 6.2%.

Some of the priorities for 2024/25 include:

  • New changerooms and amenities, Hausler Reserve, Paralowie $1.4 million
  • Playgrounds Service Continuity across various locations $1.1 million
  • Ingle Farm Recreation Centre $1.5 million
  • St Kilda Playground $1.1 million
  • Growth of the Bicycle Network and increasing the City Wide Trails network $1 million
  • Football/cricket changeroom facilities & sports lighting at Lindblom Park, Pooraka $3.7 million
  • Additional Amenities at Lake Windemere, Salisbury North $750,000
  • Automated External Defibrillators across the City $160,000
  • Public Toilet Facilities at Salisbury North Oval $300,000
  • Pump Tracks at four locations across Council $700,000
  • Dog Park at RM Williams Drive, Walkley heights $500,000
  • St Kilda Breakwater ongoing maintenance $412,000
  • Localised flood risk and flood mitigation works at Canterbury Drive Reserve $200,000
  • Road Reseal Renewal across various locations $10.3 million
  • Upgrade of the Church / Wiltshire Street and Gawler / James Street Roundabouts $600,000
  • New or upgraded school zones and pedestrian crossing facilities across various locations $800,000
  • Upgraded of St Kilda Boat Ramp Car Park and the RV Trailer Park $100,000
  • Brahma Lodge Oval, Sports Lighting Renewal - $550,000
  • Renewal of acrylic tennis courts & sports lighting at Unity Park, Pooraka, $1.1 million
  • Burton Oval, Sports Lighting Renewal - $550,000
  • Happy Homes Entry Upgrade - $1.2 million
  • Happy Homes Playground - $1 million