Your Say Adelaide


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

As of 1 January 2015 you'll need to sign in or register to provide your feedback on Your Say Adelaide. 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 your opportunity to provide your thoughts, feelings and ideas on a range of Council projects and activities.

As of 1 January 2015 you'll need to sign in or register to provide your feedback on Your Say Adelaide. 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

  • Draft 2015-16 Integrated Business Plan

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    Council is inviting comment on the draft 2015-16 Integrated Business Plan. This document sets out the objectives and services Council will deliver for the community in 2015-16 in working towards its commitment to make Adelaide a city of great places for people.

    For more information and to provide your feedback click here.

    12 May 2015, 01:16 PM
  • New Royal Adelaide Hospital 42 Year Lease Proposal

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    The New Royal Adelaide Hospital (NRAH) is seeking to apply for a 42 year lease over a portion of Tulya Wardli (Park 27). Before approving a lease for the Park Lands, Council is required to consult with the community as it may affect/impact their use of the Park Lands.

    For further information and to have your say click here.

    11 May 2015, 09:52 AM
  • Asiafest 2015 - Park Lands Event Licence

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    Council has received an application from GE Events for the use of Rymill Park/Murlawirrapurka to enable Asiafest to take place in October 2015. Before council can grant a temporary event licence, we are required to consult with the you as it may affect or impact your access to the Park Lands.

    For further information and to have your say click here.

    04 May 2015, 05:02 PM
  • Trial Park Lands Dry Area

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    A Dry Area trial in the Park Lands is currently in place to help alleviate issues of excessive alcohol consumption and anti-social behaviour. The trial Dry Area applies to all Park Lands between the hours of 8pm and 11am the following day. The community is invited to provide feedback on the trial Dry Area and how this has impacted use of the Park Lands and general amenity

    For more information and to have your say click here.

    23 Dec 2014, 12:22 PM
  • How will you shape the future of the Adelaide Park Lands?

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    There is currently a fantastic opportunity to help shape the Adelaide Park Lands. How can we improve the Park Lands? What areas need to be transformed? What do we need to leave alone? Your ideas will help us plan for and shape the next 10 years of the Adelaide Park Lands.

    For further information and to submit your ideas please visit the project website.

    07 May 2015, 09:47 AM
  • Brown Hill Keswick Creek Stormwater Project

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    The Brown Hill Keswick Creek Stormwater Project is a collaborative effort between the catchment councils of Adelaide, Burnside, Mitcham, Unley and West Torrens to mitigate serious flood risks and help safeguard properties.

    To find out more and provide feedback on the proposed works (Part B - Creek Capacity Upgrade) please visit the project website here.

    18 May 2015, 09:39 AM
  • North Adelaide Dog Park

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    We are notifying users of the North Adelaide Dog Park about planned improvements and maintenance to take place in April-May 2015. Work will commence on Monday 27 April 2015.

    Click here for more information.

    08 Apr 2015, 01:38 PM
  • Market District Planning

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    The Market District includes much loved places like the Central Market, Moonta Street and Gouger Street. Council is working with key stakeholders and place users to find out how they want the Market District to look and feel like in the future and to develop actions to make it happen.

    To find out more or to get involved please visit our Placemaking website.

    11 Feb 2015, 12:10 PM