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

  • Asiafest 2015 - Park Lands Event Licence

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    Asiafest brings cultural and culinary experiences of Asia to Adelaide and provides the opportunity for visitors to experience Asian culture at an outdoor event in the Park Lands.

    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
  • Free City Connector Bus First Year Review - Passenger Survey

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    In January 2014, the new free City Connector bus service commenced. Council and Adelaide Metro are conducting a review of the first year of service. As part of this review, we would like you to tell us your thoughts and opinions on the new service, how it is performing and further improvements you would like to see on the service.

    For further information and to have your say click here.

    15 Apr 2015, 03:45 PM
  • Picture Adelaide 2040 (stage 3)

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    Last year, we asked you to tell us about your favorite places in the City and you came back with over 1,000 amazing stories. You told us what makes Adelaide unique and why it is special to its people. We then held a number of focused workshops to ask you for your vision of the City's future. Five key themes began to emerge and now we want to explore these themes and questions in more detail.

    Picture Adelaide 2040 is continuing the conversation by inviting everyone to come together and discuss the ideas, opportunities and challenges facing Adelaide in the next 25 years.

    To find out how you can get involved (in person or online), visit our Picture Adelaide website.

    10 Mar 2015, 11:18 AM
  • 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.

    23 Dec 2014, 12:22 PM
  • 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