Council Offices and Library Re-Open

In accordance with the latest expert advice and in particular, the Emergency Management (Stay at Home No 3) (COVID-19) (Revocation) Direction 2020, Council’s Offices (both at Mallala and Two Wells) will re-open from 9am, Monday 23 November 2020.

Council’s Library Service will also recommence as per usual operating hours, with our Two Wells branch open from 9am, Tuesday 24 November 2020.

Further to our precautionary action to shut our Two Wells Service Centre last week, this site has since undergone a thorough clean and we are confident that there are no immediate risks to the health and safety of our community or staff.

Hygiene and social distancing measures remain in place and must be adhered to, including regular hand washing/sanitising and observing the one (1) person per four (4) square metres rule, which means only one (1) customer at the front counter at any time.

We strongly encourage customers to consider alternatives, where possible, to visiting Council’s offices to request a service. Requests can be submitted by:

Council’s response to COVID-19 is being guided by the latest advice from government and health authorities. Further updates can be accessed at www.covid-19.sa.gov.au.

We appreciate your continued understanding and patience during this time.

COVID-19 Information

If you are concerned about COVID-19 go to the South Australian Government website dedicated to COVID-19 for the latest medical advice and official reports by clicking here https://www.sa.gov.au/covid-19.

For information relating to Adelaide Plains Council please visit www.apc.sa.gov.au/our-council/coronavirus-covid-19

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Strategic, Financial and Management Plans

Development Plan

Community Land Management Plans

Council is required to prepare and adopt management plans for its community land which must be in accordance with the requirements of the Local Government Act 1999.  This includes the Major Sport and Recreation Precincts across the Adelaide Plains Council that are defined as community land.  The community land management plans provide a framework for Council to manage, develop and maintain its community land for the benefit or enjoyment of the community.

Council has grouped its community land under nine categories so that it can be managed efficiently and effectively:

  1. Major Sport and Recreation Precincts
  2. Natural and Coastal Areas
  3. Recreation Reserves
  4. Other Sport and Recreation Facilities
  5. Community Facilities
  6. Formal and Memorial Gardens
  7. Culturally Significant and Historic Areas
  8. Cemeteries
  9. Storm Water Management

Community Land Management Plans