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Update: May 2020

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Government of South Australia has published restrictions around the use of face-to-face public consultation methodologies, which includes public meetings. These restrictions has prompted temporary amendments to be made to the City of Adelaide Community Consultation Policy. Council approved temporary amendments to the Community Consultation Policy on 12 May 2020. The amendments to the Policy will remain in place for 28 days after the restrictions are lifted.


Your Say Adelaide gives you the opportunity to share ideas, provide feedback on a range of Council projects and activities, and discuss important topics and issues that shape and impact our city. By participating in these online forums, you can actively contribute and inform Council's decision making.

Watch this space as we will continue to update this site to give you a chance to have your say on new projects. This site complements the many other ways that you can share your views, including written submissions such as surveys, emails or letters; 1 on 1 meetings; attending information sessions, focus groups and Council meetings; among others.

Registration is free and it's easy to join, and you can establish your own user name to comment. We invite you to register and be involved! Click here to review our Easy Registration Guide.


Update: May 2020

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Government of South Australia has published restrictions around the use of face-to-face public consultation methodologies, which includes public meetings. These restrictions has prompted temporary amendments to be made to the City of Adelaide Community Consultation Policy. Council approved temporary amendments to the Community Consultation Policy on 12 May 2020. The amendments to the Policy will remain in place for 28 days after the restrictions are lifted.


Your Say Adelaide gives you the opportunity to share ideas, provide feedback on a range of Council projects and activities, and discuss important topics and issues that shape and impact our city. By participating in these online forums, you can actively contribute and inform Council's decision making.

Watch this space as we will continue to update this site to give you a chance to have your say on new projects. This site complements the many other ways that you can share your views, including written submissions such as surveys, emails or letters; 1 on 1 meetings; attending information sessions, focus groups and Council meetings; among others.

Registration is free and it's easy to join, and you can establish your own user name to comment. We invite you to register and be involved! Click here to review our Easy Registration Guide.