Reimaging and transforming King William Road to Adelaide's most loved mainstreet
A Master Plan process to explore the community's vision for Ridge Park and guide future improvements.
A family-friendly facilitiy to encourage greater female and junior participation in local cricket and football, as well as to benefit the broader community.
Creating changes to improve traffic calming and increase greening along Mills Street.
A key regional bike route popular with commuters and recreation. Delivered in stage from 2014-2020
Brown Hill Keswick Creek is an important watercourse through metropolitan Adelaide. This project works collaboratively with catchment Councils to help implement flood management.
We have obtained a Smart Cities and Suburbs Grant from the Federal Government to integrate smart technology at Heywood Park, improving safety and usability of the popular park and reducing operating and maintenance costs.
Creating better quality parks with new access paths and introducing play elements and nature play.
Providing a more flexible facility to support greater use for the community.
The City of Unley has completed an upgrade of its street lighting across all Council-owned major roads.
The upgrade develops new recreational experiences (Mini Ninja), refurbishment of playspace, Smart Technology and preserves the natural character of the beloved park.
The City of Unley upgraded its street lighting in 2019, replacing 2,585 street lights with energy efficient LED light units.
Improvements to the Croquet Club will offer development of a far more flexible facility that supports greater and more diverse community use.
The redevelopment of three Council-owned heritage cottages will provide a flexible facility to support greater community use, improve access to the Village Green and strengthen Unley's Civic precinct.
A key passive transport route, the Mike Turtur Bikeway offers a safe green corridor for walking and cycling across Unley.
The Wood-Weller Street Bicycle Route is a strategic north-south route linking the City of Mitcham in the south via Cross Road with the Mike Turtur Bikeway and Charles Walk heading north.
As part of the Brown Hill Keswick Creek Stormwater catchment, the Wilberforce Walk project established a shared-use path for cyclists and pedestrians.