Your Say Adelaide

Your Say Adelaide is an opportunity to provide your thoughts, feelings and ideas on a range of Council projects and activities.

As of 1 January 2015 registration became mandatory, but as a registered member you will receive the full experience of Council’s online engagement site and the range of feedback tools offered. You will also receive an e-mail that informs you of engagement activities related to the areas of interest you have indicated when you sign up. But don’t worry feedback for all Council projects, initiatives and activities are open to everyone regardless of your areas of interest.

For more information please read our FAQs or to help new members with the registration process, we’ve created an easy registration guide.

If you prefer to engage with Council using traditional methods, hardcopy consultation packs and feedback forms are downloadable and also available in our Libraries, Customer and Community Centres. Your Say Adelaide complements these packs by having the same information and similar engagement tools.

We hope you will take this opportunity to be involved in shaping the City of Adelaide.

A number of engagement opportunities are currently open. Please scroll down to find the ones you are interested in.

If you wish to provide general feedback or comments relating to the city or Council activities, please email us at City@Adelaidecitycouncil.com
Your Say Adelaide is an opportunity to provide your thoughts, feelings and ideas on a range of Council projects and activities.

As of 1 January 2015 registration became mandatory, but as a registered member you will receive the full experience of Council’s online engagement site and the range of feedback tools offered. You will also receive an e-mail that informs you of engagement activities related to the areas of interest you have indicated when you sign up. But don’t worry feedback for all Council projects, initiatives and activities are open to everyone regardless of your areas of interest.

For more information please read our FAQs or to help new members with the registration process, we’ve created an easy registration guide.

If you prefer to engage with Council using traditional methods, hardcopy consultation packs and feedback forms are downloadable and also available in our Libraries, Customer and Community Centres. Your Say Adelaide complements these packs by having the same information and similar engagement tools.

We hope you will take this opportunity to be involved in shaping the City of Adelaide.

A number of engagement opportunities are currently open. Please scroll down to find the ones you are interested in.

If you wish to provide general feedback or comments relating to the city or Council activities, please email us at City@Adelaidecitycouncil.com

Open Consultations

  • 88 O'Connell - development proposal (former LeCornu site)

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    A new proposal from the Makris Group has recently been submitted the State Governments Development Assessment Commission (DAC) for approval.

    To help inform Council 's response to the State Government, Council is seeking additional feedback from the community. For more information and to have your say, please click here.

    A new proposal from the Makris Group has recently been submitted the State Governments Development Assessment Commission (DAC) for approval.

    To help inform Council 's response to the State Government, Council is seeking additional feedback from the community. For more information and to have your say, please click here.

    by Sooz at ACC 08 Dec 2014, 02:25 PM
  • Trial Park Lands Dry Area

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    In July 2014, Council applied to the State Government for a Dry Area in the Park Lands on a trial basis to help alleviate issues of excessive alcohol consumption and anti-social behaviour in the Park Lands. On 18 December 2014, the Minister for Business Services and Consumers advised that this application was successful.

    The trial Dry Area will apply to all Park Lands between the hours of 8 pm and 11 am the following day. It came into effect on Monday 22 December and will run for three months.

    For more information and to provide your feedback on the trial Dry Area click here.

    In July 2014, Council applied to the State Government for a Dry Area in the Park Lands on a trial basis to help alleviate issues of excessive alcohol consumption and anti-social behaviour in the Park Lands. On 18 December 2014, the Minister for Business Services and Consumers advised that this application was successful.

    The trial Dry Area will apply to all Park Lands between the hours of 8 pm and 11 am the following day. It came into effect on Monday 22 December and will run for three months.

    For more information and to provide your feedback on the trial Dry Area click here.

    by Dan at ACC 23 Dec 2014, 12:22 PM
  • Circus Royale 2015

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    Council has received an application from Circus Royale for the use of Bonython Park/Tulya Wardli to enable the Circus Royale to take place from 23 September to Sunday 18 October 2015. Before council can grant a temporary event licence we are required to consult with the you as it may affect your access to the Park Lands.

    For further information and to have your say please click here.

    Council has received an application from Circus Royale for the use of Bonython Park/Tulya Wardli to enable the Circus Royale to take place from 23 September to Sunday 18 October 2015. Before council can grant a temporary event licence we are required to consult with the you as it may affect your access to the Park Lands.

    For further information and to have your say please click here.

    by Fred at ACC 21 Jan 2015, 09:39 AM
  • Lennon Brothers Circus 2015

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    Council has received an application from Lennon Bros Circus for the use of Bonython Park/Tulya Wardli to enable the Lennon Bros Circus to take place from Thursday 2 April to Sunday 3 May 2015. Before council can grant a temporary event licence we are required to consult with the you as it may affect your access to the Park Lands.

    For further information and to have your say please click here.

    Council has received an application from Lennon Bros Circus for the use of Bonython Park/Tulya Wardli to enable the Lennon Bros Circus to take place from Thursday 2 April to Sunday 3 May 2015. Before council can grant a temporary event licence we are required to consult with the you as it may affect your access to the Park Lands.

    For further information and to have your say please click here.

    by Fred at ACC 21 Jan 2015, 09:37 AM
  • Coming Soon - North Adelaide Playspace and Pocket Orchard!

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    Do you want to get involved in your local community and make it a place for everyone to enjoy? In February we will be seeking your feedback on a couple of exciting projects in North Adelaide. 1) The preparation of a new playground in Tidlangga (Park 9) and 2) a community pocket orchard in Tidlangga (Park 9) and Nantu Wama (Park 6).

    The playground equipment in Warnpangga (Park 10) has been highlighted by Council for renewal, so the Warnpangga (Park 10) playground is proposed to be replaced through the creation of a new playspace in Tidlangga (Park 9).

    Also, we have heard from some North Adelaide residents that they would like to have fruit trees within their local neighbourhood, including the surrounding Park Lands, so we’re now looking for feedback from other North Adelaide community members about whether they support this proposal and where they’d like them to be.

    Further information, including the various ways in which people can provide feedback, will be uploaded on this website by the 02 February.

    Do you want to get involved in your local community and make it a place for everyone to enjoy? In February we will be seeking your feedback on a couple of exciting projects in North Adelaide. 1) The preparation of a new playground in Tidlangga (Park 9) and 2) a community pocket orchard in Tidlangga (Park 9) and Nantu Wama (Park 6).

    The playground equipment in Warnpangga (Park 10) has been highlighted by Council for renewal, so the Warnpangga (Park 10) playground is proposed to be replaced through the creation of a new playspace in Tidlangga (Park 9).

    Also, we have heard from some North Adelaide residents that they would like to have fruit trees within their local neighbourhood, including the surrounding Park Lands, so we’re now looking for feedback from other North Adelaide community members about whether they support this proposal and where they’d like them to be.

    Further information, including the various ways in which people can provide feedback, will be uploaded on this website by the 02 February.

    by Fred at ACC 23 Jan 2015, 09:37 AM