Active City Strategy

This consultation has concluded.

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It is 10 years since the last recreation and sport strategic plan 'Light’n Up in Adelaide: City Recreation and Sport Plan' was adopted by Council.


This plan spear headed a number of key recreation and sport initiatives in the City including the City Skate Park, Park Lands Trail, Hindmarsh Square Playspace, Recreation and Sport Grants Program and Activity Hubs at Marshmallow Playground / Pityarilla (19) and Glover North Playground / Nanto Womma (Park 6). It is timely to set a new direction for the City which achieves Council’s Value Proposition of Community Wellbeing and Activity - a healthy community engaged in regular physical activity.


We are asked for your input to help infom the development of tCouncil's new Active City Strategy.The Strategy sets the direction for the provision of recreation and sport opportunities that support and encourage people to be physically active in the City.


For further information on this project view the sections below.


Stage 1 Information:

Stage 2 Information

Click here to view pre-consultation stage of this project.


View the News Tab below for the final outcome of this project.


It is 10 years since the last recreation and sport strategic plan 'Light’n Up in Adelaide: City Recreation and Sport Plan' was adopted by Council.


This plan spear headed a number of key recreation and sport initiatives in the City including the City Skate Park, Park Lands Trail, Hindmarsh Square Playspace, Recreation and Sport Grants Program and Activity Hubs at Marshmallow Playground / Pityarilla (19) and Glover North Playground / Nanto Womma (Park 6). It is timely to set a new direction for the City which achieves Council’s Value Proposition of Community Wellbeing and Activity - a healthy community engaged in regular physical activity.


We are asked for your input to help infom the development of tCouncil's new Active City Strategy.The Strategy sets the direction for the provision of recreation and sport opportunities that support and encourage people to be physically active in the City.


For further information on this project view the sections below.


Stage 1 Information:

Stage 2 Information

Click here to view pre-consultation stage of this project.


This consultation has concluded.
  • Final Decision Made: Council endorses Activity City Strategy

    over 5 years ago

    On the 14 May 2013, Council endorsed the Active City Strategy 2013 -2023.

    This Strategy sets the direction for the provision of recreation and sport opportunities that support and encourage people to be physically active in the City. The Active City Strategy contains a series of strategies aimed at achieving four key outcomes over a 10 year period; ‘great spaces to be physically active’, ‘financially sustainable facilities’, ‘people choose to be physically active in the City’ and ‘community led sports opportunities’.

    The strategies will be reviewed in 5 years to ensure Council, together with the community, is working towards realising these longer term aspirations. The Strategy will be implemented through Council’s Business Plan and Budget and Council’s annual Program Plans.

    To view the Active City Strategy 2013 -2023 please click here.

    On the 14 May 2013, Council endorsed the Active City Strategy 2013 -2023.

    This Strategy sets the direction for the provision of recreation and sport opportunities that support and encourage people to be physically active in the City. The Active City Strategy contains a series of strategies aimed at achieving four key outcomes over a 10 year period; ‘great spaces to be physically active’, ‘financially sustainable facilities’, ‘people choose to be physically active in the City’ and ‘community led sports opportunities’.

    The strategies will be reviewed in 5 years to ensure Council, together with the community, is working towards realising these longer term aspirations. The Strategy will be implemented through Council’s Business Plan and Budget and Council’s annual Program Plans.

    To view the Active City Strategy 2013 -2023 please click here.