In September 2013 Council endorsed a resolution to change the Council’s name to Yorke Peninsula Council. The former District Council of Yorke Peninsula was formed on 10 February 1997 following the voluntary amalgamation of the District Councils of Central Yorke Peninsula, Minlaton, Yorketown and Warooka.
Councils are large, complex and diverse businesses. They deliver services ranging from building road networks, delivering community services, running commercial businesses, visitor information services, animal management, development and planning control, collecting waste, maintaining open spaces and so on.
Council meetings are held on the second Wednesday of each month commencing at 5:30pm (except January when the meeting is held on the third Wednesday). The meetings are held in the Council Chambers Minlaton Town Hall, 57 Main Street, Minlaton. Council’s Elected Member Workshops are held on the fourth Wednesday of each month commencing... [Continue reading]
Consider becoming a part of our unique Council with spectacular coastal living at its best. At the Yorke Peninsula Council, you will be provided with the opportunity to expand your knowledge and skills and be enabled to reach your full potential in a nurtured, progressive and positive environment. We embrace a culture of continuous improvement,... [Continue reading]
Council produces a wide range of standard forms, registers, publications and policies. They cover all aspects of Council business including community development, infrastructure, environmental and social themes. Information sheets are designed to provide easily accessible information in relation to many different activities. The information sheets support the Council policies and Standard forms and may need to... [Continue reading]
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In accordance with Council’s PO058 Purchasing and Procurement Policy, Council is fully committed to the principles of: Value for money Ethical and fair treatment of all involved Probity, accountability and transparency in all operations Competitive tendering and other measures to ensure that services are delivered cost-effectively Using local goods and services wherever possible As such,... [Continue reading]