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At the September 2021 meeting Council endorsed the ‘Narrow Streets Parking and Access Policy’. Implementation of this new Policy is commencing, focusing on the Stage 1 Works – the ‘Top 25 Priority Streets’, primarily streets 5.0 metres wide or less. Initial works are to be delivered in the 2021/22 financial year. If you reside on one of these streets, we will be in contact shortly to discuss proposed treatments and the timing.

The policy is available for download on the City of PAE website on the Policies and guidelines page.

The Narrow Streets Parking and Access policy seeks to ensure equitable access and use of local streets that are narrow (typically less than 7.0 metres in width). The policy also assists Council to meet the legal obligations for road management. Importantly, the policy provides a way to create a safer road environment for our community.

Engagement with community across the City of PAE was undertaken in May to June 2021 through community meetings and on Have your say PAE. More than 7000 residents and property owners on 285 streets were sent letters. More than 600 responses were received. The engagement sought to understand community views and issues experienced by people living on or near narrow streets. Approximately 75% of respondents were supportive of the policy. Many respondents provide specific, local information that has informed the strategy or recorded to inform implementation.

A summary of submissions and how these have been considered is available for download below.

Implementing this policy

We are implementing the recommendations of this policy over a five-year period, with Works commencing this financial year (2021/22). Staff have developed a staging plan to deliver these street improvements to the community.

Stage 1 Works – ‘Top 25 Priority Streets’, primarily addressing streets which are 5.0 m wide or less, with works to be delivered in the 2021/22 financial year.

If you reside on one of these streets, staff will be in contact shortly to discuss the proposed treatment and the timing

Stages

No. Streets

Financial Year

Inclusions

Stage 1 - Top 25

25

2021/22

Priority Streets 'Top 25' (<5m)
Suburbs (various)

Stage 1A

Approx. 38

2021/22
2022/23

Gap Assessment (Streets potentially <5m)
Suburbs (various)

Stage 2

Approx. 28

2022/23

Largest concentration of 'narrow streets'
Suburbs - Semaphore, Largs Bay, Peterhead, Birkenhead

Stage 2A

Approx. 30

2022/23

Active LATMS
Suburbs - Hillcrest, Manningham, Gilles Plains, Windsor Gardens, Klemzig

Stage 3

Approx. 164

2023/24
2025/26

Other streets not covered in Stages 1 & 2

TOTAL

Approx. 285

Please contact us on service@cityofpae.sa.gov.au or phone 8405 6600 for more information.

Contact Us

Have questions or want to learn more about a project, contact us below:

Phone - 08 8405 6600

Email - consultation@cityofpae.sa.gov.au

Website - www.cityofpae.sa.gov.au


Community Engagement

Our Community Engagement Policy

Note name and address are required to comply with Council’s Public Consultation Policy. All submissions will be treated as public documents upon receipt.

Individuals will not be identified publicly without permission.

Closing the loop, we will make efforts to 'close-the-loop' with project contributors and followers. We may occasionally send information to acknowledge a contribution, provide key updates on engagement and project processes and outcomes.

Acknowledgement of Country

The City of Port Adelaide Enfield would like to acknowledge that these projects and engagements are taking place on the traditional lands of the Kaurna people. We pay respect to elders past, present and emerging. We acknowledge the continued relationship that Aboriginal people have with Country, culture and beliefs. We further acknowledge the important contributions that Aboriginal people continue to play within our shared community.