Draft Strategic Plan

Consultation has concluded.


The City of Adelaide is developing Council’s new Strategic Plan for the period 2020-2024. Councils are required to develop a new Strategic Plan within two years of a Local Government election.

The Strategic Plan will set the vision, outcomes, strategies and key actions for the next four years.

Council has commenced the process of defining the Vision for 2020-2024 and the Outcomes that it would like to achieve in that time.

To do this, Council Members have discussed their priorities and had the opportunity to consider a range of data and information about the city and challenges for the future. Council has also considered what people who live in or use the city have previously told us about what they value most and what they would like to see in the future (see the Related Documents).


Here's how you can have your say:

Consultation on the next City of Adelaide Strategic Plan will be open for several weeks. There will be multiple opportunities to be informed on the process, share your thoughts and review the draft document. This will happen over two stages:

Stage 1 – we gave you access to a range of resources provided to Council Members to inform their thinking and asked you a few questions. This stage has now closed. Thanks to all who took the time to contribute ideas. What you have said is helping to shape Council’s 2020-2024 Strategic Plan. We received around 30 completed Feedback Forms and several hundred completed ‘postcards’, including from the many people who visited our area at the Adelaide Town Hall Open Day in mid-October.

Stage 2 – We are working towards Stage 2 of the consultation opening on 22 November 2019. In Stage 2 there will be a Draft Strategic Plan for you to contemplate and provide submissions on.

Please refer to the Timeline to the side for further details.


We look forward to your further contributions in Stage 2!


Read the
Engagement Pack
View other
Related Documents
Browse the Frequently Asked QuestionsContact staff for further enquiries



The City of Adelaide is developing Council’s new Strategic Plan for the period 2020-2024. Councils are required to develop a new Strategic Plan within two years of a Local Government election.

The Strategic Plan will set the vision, outcomes, strategies and key actions for the next four years.

Council has commenced the process of defining the Vision for 2020-2024 and the Outcomes that it would like to achieve in that time.

To do this, Council Members have discussed their priorities and had the opportunity to consider a range of data and information about the city and challenges for the future. Council has also considered what people who live in or use the city have previously told us about what they value most and what they would like to see in the future (see the Related Documents).


Here's how you can have your say:

Consultation on the next City of Adelaide Strategic Plan will be open for several weeks. There will be multiple opportunities to be informed on the process, share your thoughts and review the draft document. This will happen over two stages:

Stage 1 – we gave you access to a range of resources provided to Council Members to inform their thinking and asked you a few questions. This stage has now closed. Thanks to all who took the time to contribute ideas. What you have said is helping to shape Council’s 2020-2024 Strategic Plan. We received around 30 completed Feedback Forms and several hundred completed ‘postcards’, including from the many people who visited our area at the Adelaide Town Hall Open Day in mid-October.

Stage 2 – We are working towards Stage 2 of the consultation opening on 22 November 2019. In Stage 2 there will be a Draft Strategic Plan for you to contemplate and provide submissions on.

Please refer to the Timeline to the side for further details.


We look forward to your further contributions in Stage 2!


Read the
Engagement Pack
View other
Related Documents
Browse the Frequently Asked QuestionsContact staff for further enquiries


Feedback Form - Draft Strategic Plan

Consultation has concluded.