Young people make up around 40% of the City of Playford's population (and growing!) and we are continually seeking to engage with our youth via groups such as the Youth Advisory Committee or Elizabeth Riders Committee.
We value older citizens and provide various facilities, programs and services to cater to the needs of these residents across metropolitan and rural Council areas. The Grenville Hub is a community centre specifically for our residents aged 50+ to meet, eat, learn, socialise, create and entertain.
Disability and Accessibility
City of Playford provides programs and services for people with a disability to enhance resident health and wellbeing. We work with other agencies to further increase opportunities for people with a disability to access community and Council programs, services and facilities.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People
We recognise that Playford CBD is being built on the traditional lands of the Kaurna people and we respect their cultural and spiritual relationship to this land. The Marni Waiendi Centre provides services to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community with access to mainstream services.
City of Playford is committed to assisting people with an experience of mental illness by working with other agencies to provide community programs, education, information and events that develop skills, build social networks, raise community awareness and promote community inclusion.
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