Did you know there are rebates available for desexed, microchipped and obedience-trained dogs?
Report graffiti or illegally dumped rubbish. Make a request regarding footpath maintenance, street trees, neighbourhood issues, animals and pests.
Share ideas, and discuss important topics and issues that shape and impact our City.
Borrow up to 100 items including 20 DVDs, CDs, audio books and Wii games.
The City of Unley is proud to be recognised by the World Health Organisation as an Age Friendly City and Community.
Learn about the major projects and initiatives happening in the City of Unley.
We invite you to join us, on Friday 27 May, to celebrate Reconciliation Week as we present Indigenous singer/songwriters Nancy Bates and Ellie Lovegrove.
The difference in the types of plastic bags we use day-to-day can be confusing and can lead to the contamination in our green bins. To help clarify, here are the facts!
We invite you to a public meeting on Wednesday 25 May, 6.30pm at the Unley Civic Centre, to provide feedback on our Draft Annual Business Plan and Budget 2016-17.
To address the current outbreak of Mediterranean Fruit Fly in the Unley area, Primary Industries and Regions SA (PIRSA) will be deploying teams to apply organic bait and remove fallen fruit from properties.
Unley Museum has won the MAGNA Award for Best Permanent Exhibition recognising its new exhibition, Unley: 200 Years of Change.
High profile adventurer, environmentalist and longtime Unley resident Tim Jarvis will headline a panel of speakers at Unley Town Hall on Sunday, June 5, as part of World Environment Day 2016.
Unley Civic Library will be closing on Monday 16 May for two weeks, re-opening 1pm, 30 May 2016.
Don't miss this opportunity to hear positive messages about South Australia from Karen Raffen, CEO of Brand South Australia.
The City of Unley is proud and delighted to announce the winners for the All Connections to Unley Art Prize.
Council has resolved to regulate some activities under its By-laws no.3: Local government land and no.5: Dogs.
Check out one of our recent and very exciting temporary public art projects, Linger, longer. This investigative and experiential project re-examined our place in space.
We are committed to ensuring our City is accessible to everyone, promotes health and wellbeing and provides opportunities for connection, inclusion and contribution.
Your Say Unley is a convenient and easy way to share ideas and discuss important topics and issues that shape and impact your City.
In the latest issue:
Justine Schofield at the Unley Gourmet Gala
Festival of Mud
Celebrate Neighbour Day
Unley’s Emerging Art Walls Project
What’s On this Autumn
Make a Payment
Your Say - Communicate, Contribute, Connect
Register your pet
Check this weeks lane availability at the Unley Swimming Centre
Visit the Unley Libraries and search for items in the online catalogue
Book in a Hard Rubbish collection
A complete listing of our Forms and Applications
View our Event Calendar and check out what's happening in your neighbourhood