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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 identified as priorities.

In 2021/22, Council is focused on continuing its work in bolstering the recovery of our local community from the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. The two-year $100 million COVID-19 Infrastructure Recovery Program will continue this year, featuring a number of large and small scale projects that will enhance the City.

Key identified projects for the year are the redevelopment of the Salisbury Recreation Precinct, construction of the Burton Community Hub and implementation of the John and Church Streets Revitalisation Master Plan.

The 2021/22 Annual Plan is based on a 2.8% rate increase, (except where rates have increased as a result of improvements, a change to the land use or zoning, a change in ownership or a correction to the property value).

Some of the priorities for 2021/22 include:

  • Upgrade Fairbanks Drive Reserve, Paralowie - $1.3 million (funding across multiple years)
  • Salisbury Recreation Precinct Redevelopment - $15.5 million (including $7.2 million in State Government funding)
  • New clubrooms and reserve upgrade works at Yalumba Drive Reserve, Paralowie - $2 million (including $500,000 State Government funding awarded to the club)
  • Renewal of clubrooms at Reg Groth Reserve, Parafield Gardens - $1.1 million
  • Road reseal and construction - $9.8 million
  • Upgrades for new playgrounds - $1.1 million
  • Burton Community Hub - $5.8 million (funding across multiple years)
  • New community clubroom facility at the Paddocks - $2.6 million
  • John and Church Streets Revitalisation - $2.9 million
  • Streetscape Program - $2.1 million
  • Technology Drive Mawson Lakes upgrade - $1.9 million (funding across multiple years)
  • New adult change facility, Unity Park, Pooraka - $450,000