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Report graffiti or illegally dumped rubbish. Make a request regarding footpath maintenance, street trees, neighbourhood issues, animals and pests.
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.
An overview of discussions from the most recent Council meeting.
Due to the changing needs of the community, Unley Libraries are seeking community feedback on the suitability of current opening hours.
SA Health has commenced a state-wide Food Safety Star Rating Scheme where businesses are given between 3-5 stars based on their compliance with food safety standards.
The Community Bus Service is provided to assist residents to easily move about the City so they can participate in the community and have access to services.
We are excited to announce the shortlist of artists selected in the Open, Youth and Children categories.
Do you enjoy using Unley’s cycling and walkways? We are currently consulting on our draft Walking and Cycling Plan and would like to hear your feedback.
Prepare to get muddy with lots of free activities at Ridge Park, Myrtle Bank. From a big mud kitchen to nature crafts and tree activities, Mud Central offers a fun day out for all ages.
Public health touches our lives every day, working behind the scenes in many ways to keep us safe and well. Public Health Week runs from Monday April 4 to Friday April 8.
The City of Unley is encouraging residents to take the pledge to improve their recycling and composting habits in an effort to reduce the Council’s waste costs by up to $100,000 per annum.
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