Have you recently moved to Unley, or own a local business or property? You can enrol to vote in the Council Elections.
Changes include compulsory desexing of all dogs and cats born after 1 July 2018 and compulsory microchipping of all dogs and cats irrespective of their date of birth.
Save time and take care of council business online, from your smartphone, tablet or PC.
Borrow up to 100 items including 20 DVDs, CDs, audio books and Wii games.
Find out when your bins are collected and learn about how you can help reduce waste sent to landfill.
Share ideas, and discuss important topics and issues that shape and impact our City.
National Reconciliation Week encourages all Australians to learn more about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures and histories, to share that knowledge and help us grow as a nation.
Do you have a great idea for a community event in Unley? Apply for funding of up to $6,000 before Friday 29 June.
Join us at the next Unley Business Breakfast Networking Event, 7am Tuesday 5 June, with guest speaker the Hon David Pisoni MP, Minister for Industry and Skills.
A unique exhibition of personal immigration stories is on display at the Unley Museum as part of the South Australian History Festival.
From 1 July 2018 registered dogs will be issued with a permanent registration number and a once-off grey coloured disc.
The City of Unley invites you to comment on the services and projects proposed for delivery in 2018-19.
Please keep on recycling to reduce waste to landfill and be assured that recycling is still economically viable and it always benefits the environment.
The City of Unley will introduce rate rebate incentives to encourage mixed-use developments and greater economic activity in the heart of Unley, Unley Central.
If you are planning to exhibit in Unley during SALA Festival 2018, you may be eligible for one of Council’s artist schemes.
The City of Unley has partnered with Unley Primary School, leading aged care provider ECH and the University of South Australia to deliver and evaluate ‘Forget Me Not’, an immersive program about dementia to 90 Year 4 and 5 students.
The Unley Legends video series is a celebration of ageing, thanks to a partnership between the City of Unley and Resthaven.
Take care of council business online, anytime, anywhere. From your smartphone, tablet or PC you can report an issue, make a payment, query a development application or lodge a service request.
Your Say Unley is a convenient and easy way to share ideas and discuss important topics and issues that shape and impact your City.
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Mad Good Café
Smart Cities Technology
Age Friendly Streets
Goodwood Oval Upgrade
What’s on this Autumn
Make a Payment
Your Say - Communicate, Contribute, Connect
Book in a Hard Rubbish collection
Visit the Unley Libraries and search the online catalogue
Building & Renovating
A complete listing of our Forms and Applications
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