Cool off with a dip at your local swimming Centre
Report graffiti or illegally dumped rubbish. Make a request regarding footpath maintenance, street trees, neighbourhood issues, animals and pests.
Learn about the major projects and initiatives happening in the City of Unley.
Borrow up to 100 items including 20 DVDs, CDs, audio books and Wii games.
Share ideas, and discuss important topics and issues that shape and impact our City.
The City of Unley is proud to be recognised by the World Health Organisation as an Age Friendly City and Community.
A flood watch has been issued for Wednesday and Thursday. Concerned residents who have had flooding in the past can phone Council on 8372 5111 to arrange delivery of up to 20 sand bags per household.
Join us for a series of performances throughout the Every Generation Festival where you won’t be able to resist the temptation to sing, dance and act anything BUT your age!
Join us at the Unley Business Breakfast, 7am Tuesday 11 October. Hear from Guy Hedderwick, CEO of the Adelaide 36ers, Adelaide Lightning and Titanium Security Arena.
The Unley Central Precinct is the heart of our City. You can help shape this vibrant centre by providing your feedback today.
Does your local sporting club need more volunteers? Join us at this FREE club development workshop that outlines the formula for identifying and attracting volunteers.
Get involved in our sport and recreation program during the October 2016 school holidays.
Activities are low cost or free!
An overview of discussions from the most recent Council meeting.
The Unley community, residents and traders are set to benefit from the highly-anticipated roll out of free public WiFi on both Unley Road and King William Road.
The October School Holiday Program is available now, full of awesome activities to keep your children busy during the break.
Dogs bark as a form of shared communication. However, if it becomes excessive, there are steps we can take to stop it being a nuisance.
Mud Central was a great place to ask the public “what do you like about trees?” Visit our Tree Tags page for fun facts on the trees in Ridge Park.
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:
Unley Libraries 50 Years
21 Things to do in Unley
Annual Business Plan
What’s On This Spring
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