Reforming Local Government

Consultation has concluded

The State Government is seeking ideas on how local councils can become more effective, efficient and deliver better outcomes for their communities

The Minister for Transport, Infrastructure and Local Government is undertaking a review of local government legislation that South Australian councils operate under and is seeking your ideas for reform.

Reform Areas

Four areas for potential improvement have been identified:

  • Council membership and conduct
  • Financial accountability
  • Voting and election procedures
  • Statutory requirements

The State Government would like to hear ideas for improvements that will assist your council to better focus on the services your community values most.

How to get Involved

Read more about the four areas for potential reform and provide your ideas to the State Government for ways of improving the way councils operate.

Office for Local Government
GPO Box 1533
Adelaide SA 5001

For further information visit:

Local Government Reform (Office of Local Government)

Reforming Local Government (yourSAy)

The State Government is seeking ideas on how local councils can become more effective, efficient and deliver better outcomes for their communities

The Minister for Transport, Infrastructure and Local Government is undertaking a review of local government legislation that South Australian councils operate under and is seeking your ideas for reform.

Reform Areas

Four areas for potential improvement have been identified:

  • Council membership and conduct
  • Financial accountability
  • Voting and election procedures
  • Statutory requirements

The State Government would like to hear ideas for improvements that will assist your council to better focus on the services your community values most.

How to get Involved

Read more about the four areas for potential reform and provide your ideas to the State Government for ways of improving the way councils operate.

Office for Local Government
GPO Box 1533
Adelaide SA 5001

For further information visit:

Local Government Reform (Office of Local Government)

Reforming Local Government (yourSAy)