Access and Social Inclusion Advisory Group
The Access and Social Inclusion Advisory Group (ASIAG) features community members with lived experience of disability, service providers and Council representatives. The group advances the inclusion of people with disability by providing strategic, expert and impartial advice to Council on development, implementation, monitoring and review of policies, strategies, projects and plans.
Membership of the ASIAG are made up of:
- Seven community members, with at least four who have direct experience of a disability
- Six service providers
- One Elected Member (Councillor)
The ASIAG meet at the Playford Civic Centre on the third Tuesday of every second month for a two-hour meeting from 12:30pm to 2:30pm. Individuals may be a member for up to two years, but can re-apply for membership after this term should they wish to.
Youth Advisory Committee
The Youth Advisory Committee is a team of young volunteers that work on local youth projects and events. It's an awesome way to meet new people and to help make a change within the Playford community. Get involved and contact us!
Time: Every second Tuesday 4:30-5:30pm
Place: Northern Sound System, 73 Elizabeth Way, Elizabeth.
Elizabeth Riders Committee
The Elizabeth Riders Committee is a partnership project with Anglicare made up of young people with a passion for riding skateboards, scooters or BMX.
This group organises skate competitions, training and events at the Elizabeth and Munno Para skate parks, as well as in the broader community. If you're a young person who wants to volunteer, find out when the next workshop or event is, contact Northern Sound System on 8255 5560 or email@example.com
Playford Alive Community Reference Group
The Playford Alive Urban Renewal Project has a committee of residents and community group representatives (known as the CRG) that consults with the Playford Alive community and advocates on its behalf. The CRG also assists project partners to share project information with the community for input and encourage positive debate.
The CRG also assists in the promotion and coordination of events and community initiatives to maintain and build strong networks with other Playford based community groups and agencies.
If you'd like to become part of the CRG, membership is open to residents and community members, which meet monthly at the Playford Operations Centre at 12 Bishopstone Road, Davoren Park on the second Wednesday of each month at 6.30pm.
For any further information, contact:
Chair of the CRG
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Reference Group
The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Reference Group aims to foster positive relationships between Council and the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community and provide advice to Council about how its operations can better meet the needs of the local Indigenous community.
Group members include Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community members, agencies, Council staff and one Elected Member.
Meetings are held quarterly at Marni Waiendi. For more information please contact Council on 8256 0333.