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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.

Easter and Anzac Day Public Holiday Closures

Libraries and Customer Service Centres will be closed Good Friday 19 April until Monday 22 April and Anzac Day 25 April.

All Playford Community Centres and Healthy Food Co. sites will be closed Good Friday, Easter Monday and Anzac Day.

For lost dogs, illegal dumping, fallen trees, or safety concerns call the after-hours number on 8256 0333.

You can also pay your rates, infringements and invoices and lodge service requests online at playford.sa.gov.au.

NAWMA kerbside collection services that would normally happen on Good Friday 19 April will happen on Saturday 20 April. Please have your bins out by 7am. Other collections will remain the same over Easter and Anzac Day.

The Resource Recovery Centre at Bellchambers Road, Elizabeth North, will be closed on Good Friday 19 April and Anzac Day 25 April. For further information, contact NAWMA on 8259 2100.

Wishing you a safe Easter and Anzac break from the City of Playford.

Fire Danger Season Extended by the CFS

The Country Fire Services has recently announced that the fire danger season has been extended in the Mount Lofty Ranges and the Adelaide Metro fire-ban districts. Traditionally the fire danger season finishes on 30 April each year, however due to dry conditions this year's season has been extended until 12 May.

Applications for Burning Permits in the City of Playford will be open from Monday 6 May. More information on Burning Permits can be found on the Fire Safety page.

Driverless Bus Notice - Out of Service from April 1 to 15

Please be aware that the driverless bus (which normally operates between the old Holden carpark on the corner of Phillip Highway, to Lyell McEwin Hospital, Oldham Road) will be out of service for two weeks, while road works occur on Oldham Road.

We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.

Road Name Changes

Appropriate road naming is essential to accurately identify property locations for providing services, deliveries and attendance by emergency services.

There will be occasions where Council may need to make the decision to rename a road due to one of the following factors:

  • Two roads with similar names in close proximity causing confusion
  • Result of a road closure to a section of road, this could be a major new road system such as NEXY or smaller road closure due to a housing development.

Requests for a road name change can be submitted by a resident or a Council officer.

Authority for Council to Change a Road Name

In accordance with Section 219 of the Local Government Act 1999, and under delegation, Council may assign a name to a public or private road, or to a public place, or change the name of a public or private road, or of a public place.

For further information regarding road naming please refer to Council’s Naming of Assets Policy

Road Name Changes Effective from 21 February 2019

New road name signs will be erected to reflect the changes below


Lawder Road, Blakeview - the western end of Lawder Road will be renamed to Henderson Street.

Olinda Court, Craigmore - the entirety of this road will be renamed Paterson Court.

Eyre Circuit, Eyre - the entirety of this road will be renamed to Hume Circuit.