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By-laws are local-laws created by Council to manage issues specific to areas under our care and control – from pets to waste, trees to signage and boats.

Some by-laws are in place to protect the comfort and safety of our community while others seek to prevent damage to local government land.

We review our by-laws every 7 years to ensure they meet the current needs of our community.

There are some things we cannot create by-laws for example things that are the responsibility of state or federal government.

Learn more about our local-laws below then start the survey to tell us what you think.

Learn more about our local-laws below, then take the survey to tell us what matters to you.

Learn about our local laws – then have your say!

Did you know? Click on the 'hot-spots' in the image below to find out more about our by-laws

Note: The by-law review process does not include a review into our on- and off-leash rules for dogs. A separate consultation will occur to review this.

Public Consultation Policy: Please 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: The City of PAE 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.

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


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 their country, culture and beliefs. We further acknowledge the important contributions that Aboriginal people continue to play within our shared community.