Creating a Safer City

This consultation has concluded.

Council is committed to creating a liveable city in which neighbourhoods, streets and public spaces are safe, welcoming and promote positive social interaction.

Through the Picture Adelaide Project and other previous consultations, we heard from the community that many people want to feel safer in the city, particularly at night.

The Community were asked for feedback on the following draft documents.

  • Safer City Policy;
  • Safer City Strategy 2013-2017;
  • Liquor Licensing Policy; and
  • Liquor Licensing Guidelines

Project Information
  • Read through the documents in the 'Related Documents' section for background information on this project.
  • View the FAQs section for commonly asked questions about this project.
Project Outcome
The final documents were presented to Council and endorsed on 12 November 2013. The Council report included community feedback.
Council is committed to creating a liveable city in which neighbourhoods, streets and public spaces are safe, welcoming and promote positive social interaction.

Through the Picture Adelaide Project and other previous consultations, we heard from the community that many people want to feel safer in the city, particularly at night.

The Community were asked for feedback on the following draft documents.

  • Safer City Policy;
  • Safer City Strategy 2013-2017;
  • Liquor Licensing Policy; and
  • Liquor Licensing Guidelines

Project Information
  • Read through the documents in the 'Related Documents' section for background information on this project.
  • View the FAQs section for commonly asked questions about this project.
Project Outcome
The final documents were presented to Council and endorsed on 12 November 2013. The Council report included community feedback.
This consultation has concluded.
  • Media Release: Council welcomes $490,000 grant for city safety

    almost 6 years ago

    Users of the new Adelaide Oval, Riverbank and West End entertainment precincts are set to benefit from a $490,000 Federal Government grant, for the Adelaide City Council to introduce new safety initiatives.

    Lord Mayor Stephen Yarwood said the Adelaide City Council made the submission to the National Crime Prevention Fund earlier this year to significantly invest in safety improvements for what is about to be a massively busy part of the city. . .

    Click here to read the full media release.

    Click here to read the Federal Government's media release.

    Users of the new Adelaide Oval, Riverbank and West End entertainment precincts are set to benefit from a $490,000 Federal Government grant, for the Adelaide City Council to introduce new safety initiatives.

    Lord Mayor Stephen Yarwood said the Adelaide City Council made the submission to the National Crime Prevention Fund earlier this year to significantly invest in safety improvements for what is about to be a massively busy part of the city. . .

    Click here to read the full media release.

    Click here to read the Federal Government's media release.