Yorke Peninsula Council, through its Community Grants Scheme provides the opportunity for organisations to participate in, and contribute to, the community by developing projects, programs and activities in relation to recreation, culture, environmental, community, social development and welfare. Council have awarded 33 community projects a total of $100,507.67. The full list of recipients is available here.
Archives for September 2018
The Council Workshop due to be held on 26 September 2018 has been cancelled.
The Yorke Peninsula Council is seeking expressions of interest from agricultural and transport industry representatives for a Roads Working Party. The Roads Working Party will comprise four (4) Elected Members, four (4) members of staff, three (3) community representatives from the agricultural industry and three (3) community representatives from the transport industry. The formulation of a Working Party is presented as a way forward in understanding community expectations and user needs of Council’s extensive road network, and assisting Council in a review of the Transport Asset Management Plan. Expressions of interest outlining your reasons for wanting to be involved in this Working Party and any relevant skills or experience will be accepted in writing via email to firstname.lastname@example.org until 5.00pm, Friday 12 October 2018.
For further information please contact the Director Assets and Infrastructure Services via telephone 8832 0000.
Anzac Parade (between St Vincent Street and Towler Street) will be closed to traffic on:
- Saturday 29 September 2018,
- Saturday 1 December 2018,
- Saturday 12 January 2019,
- Saturday 26 January 2019,
- Saturday 9 March 2019,
- Saturday 23 March 2019 and
- Saturday 20 April 2019
between 6.00am and 3.00pm for the Stansbury Seaside Markets.
Anzac Parade (between St Vincent Street and Towler Street) will be closed to traffic on Monday 31 December 2018 between 6.00am and 10.00pm.
Persons taking part in the Stansbury Seaside Markets on the above road are exempted from all Australian Road Rules relating to pedestrian behaviour on roads, carriage of persons in or on motor vehicles and the wearing of seatbelts.
The Dept of Human Services mobile office will be visiting Maitland, Yorketown, Edithburgh and Ardrossan from 25-28 September – specific times below.
The centre provides community members with information and access to government services, providing personalised face-to-face servicing to individuals and families who may not have easy access to a Department of Human Services office. Staff from the Department of Human Services can help you with Centrelink, Medicare, Child Support, Verterans’ Affairs, Farm Household Cases & Australian Hearing payments and services.
Town Date of visit Service Hours
Maitland adj Town Hall Tues 25 September 9:30 am to 3:30 pm
Yorketown Weaners Flat Wed 26 September 9 am to 4 pm
Edithburgh Institute Thu 27 September 9 am to 4 pm
Ardrossan adj Town Hall Fri 28 September 9 am to 3 pm