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Public Notices

On this page you'll find a space for the City of Playford to communicate with our residents about things which may affect you.

Reforming Local Government - Have Your Say

State Government are seeking your feedback on how local councils can become more effective, efficient and deliver better outcomes for their communities.

The Local Government Act creates councils as government bodies elected by their communities to make decisions about the services that need to be delivered for their local area. Councils have serious responsibilities. The services they provide—roads, footpaths, ovals, parks, sporting grounds, waste management, libraries, community centres and community support services to name just a few—are what makes our local communities work.

The State Government has a responsibility to ensure that the legislative framework around councils work to enable them to act, make decisions, and provide services in the way in which their communities expect. It ‘sets the rules’ for how councils are elected, what their roles and responsibilities are, how they can raise revenue, how they make decisions, and how they inform and engage their communities.

The four reform areas put forward by the Government recognise that there are areas in this legislative framework that currently aren’t working as well as they should, and invite you to have your say.

To learn more and provide your input, please visit:

Consultation will close Friday 5pm 1 November 2019.

Stebonheath Dog Park Water Tap Out of Commission


Unfortunately the tap at the Stebonheath Dog Park is not functioning, and we have removed it for the foreseeable future while we investigate alternatives.

With the warmer weather approaching, we encourage you to bring a bottle of water along for your dog. We will provide updates as soon as we can.

Town Park Water Play Feature OPENING - 5 October, 10am - 7pm

The Stretton Town Park Water Feature will be operational from Saturday 5 October, from 10am til 7pm and will run throughout daylight saving until April 2020.

Have fun and be sun safe!

Top Dressing Lawn at Town Park - 9 October 2019

Wednesday 9 October - Playford Town Park

We will have a crew top dressing the lawn at Town Park, so the green areas will be inaccessible during the works.

The timing has been chosen as optimum for top dressing - mid spring - and also during a time there are no events being held at the park to disrupt.

We thank you for your patience, and look forward to seeing the grass lush and green again for the community.

Driverless Bus taking a break 7 to 11 Oct - back on 14 October

The Driverless Bus Service in Munno Para is taking a short break next week. It will be back on route on Monday 14 October in time for the kids going back to school. Book a ride on

Temporary Detour on Peachey - 8 to 11 October

Please be advised that a temporary road closure/detour will be in effect on Peachey Road between Newton Boulevard and Myrtle Avenue, Munno Para. The detour will be in place for four days, 24 hours per day, from 8 to 11 October. LR&M Constructions are installing sewer connections for the Playford Alive development, Stage 3H-1.

Take extra care in the area during the period of the works, and we thank you for your patience.

Roadworks on Heaslip Road, Angle Vale - 14 - 18 Oct

Please be advised that there will be roadworks with speed restrictions in place on Heaslip Road, Angle Vale. Works are being undertaken to provide water main connection for the new stage of the Woodbridge Estate development. The road works will be in effect from 14/10/2019 to 18/10/2019 inclusive. The civil contractor has advised that it will also conduct a letter drop to notify the local community of the upcoming road works.

Speed restrictions of 25km/h will be in place between 7am to 5:00pm and 40km/h after hours care (approximate time frames.)

Take extra care in the area during the period of the works, and we thank you for your patience.