Yorke Peninsula Council has been recognised for the innovative use of technology in its new web-based Online Burn-off Notification system. The system conveniently allows farmers conducting schedule 9 burn-offs to notify Council from any computer device of their intention to burn. The location of each burn-off is then publically displayed on Council’s mobile friendly… [Continue reading]
will be held on Wednesday 28th June 2017 at 5:30 pm at Council Chambers, 57 Main Street, Minlaton. Agenda: Adoption of Annual Business Plan Adoption of the Budget, Property Valuations and Rates for 2017/2018 Adoption of the Fees and Charges Register The public are always most welcome to attend the meeting in the public gallery.
Motorists on the Vincent Highway and local residents will be able to see the Maritime Constructions ship off Rogues Point from Wednesday 7 June when it starts building the new reef. Over the next month local limestone and custom made concrete structures will be placed over the 4 hectare site.
The existing Dry Area at Port Victoria expires on 6th December 2017. Council is seeking the views of the local community and businesses about the effectiveness of the Dry Area and whether there is any evidence of displacement issues. The consultation process closes at 5 pm on Friday 7 July 2017. A map of the… [Continue reading]
The YP Trial Shellfish Reef Phase 1 will commence in June 2017 with 4 hectares of reef being built by Maritime Constructions using local paddock picked limestone and custom made concrete reef structures. The construction vessel will be visible from shore throughout the construction phase. The latest fact sheet can be viewed here
Mayor Ray Agnew OAM invites all YP volunteers to join him to celebrate National Volunteers Week. 10:30 am Tuesday 9th May 2017 Minlaton Town Hall RSVP Essential 8832 0000 by 5 pm Friday 5th May
Notice is hereby given that that the following road within the Ardrossan township will be closed to traffic on Sunday 7 May 2017 between 6.00am and 2.00pm for the Yorke Coastal East 100 Marathon: Northern side of First Street (between Fourth Street and up to and including the East Terrace Cliff Top Car Park)… [Continue reading]
Notice is hereby given that that the following roads within the Ardrossan township will be closed to traffic on Tuesday 25 April 2017 between 10.30am and 11.15am for the Anzac Day March: West Terrace (between First Street and North Terrace) First Street (between West Terrace and Fourth Street) Fourth Street (between First Street… [Continue reading]
Notice is hereby given that that the following roads within the Edithburgh township will be closed to traffic on Tuesday 25 April 2017 at the times below for the Anzac Day Service and March: 6.00am to 7.00am: Yorketown Road (between Park Terrace and Anstey Terrace) Robert Avenue (between Park Terrace and Anstey Terrace) Anstey… [Continue reading]
Yoolamardy Terrace (between Devon Street and Yelta Street), Port Clinton will be closed to traffic on Tuesday 25 April 2017 between 6.00am and 8.00am for the Anzac Day Ceremony: Persons taking part in the Anzac Day Ceremony on the above road are exempted from all Australian Road Rules relating to pedestrian behaviour on roads.
Rogers Terrace (between Robert Street and Walter Street), Maitland will be closed to traffic on Tuesday 25 April 2017 between 5.30am and 8.00am for the Anzac Day Dawn Service: Persons taking part in the Anzac Day Dawn Service on the above road are exempted from all Australian Road Rules relating to pedestrian behaviour, wearing of seatbelts… [Continue reading]
The Yorketown Library will be closed from Friday 21 April to Thursday 4 May for roof replacement. Current re-opening day is 5 May.
Pitt Street (between Towler Street and South Terrace) will be closed to traffic on Saturday 15 April 2017 between 6:00 am and 4:00 pm for Dusty & Rusty. Persons taking part in Dusty & Rusty on the above road are exempted from all Australian Road Rules relating to pedestrian behavior, seatbelts and carriage of persons… [Continue reading]
Emeu Street, between Cumberland Road and Shore Street, will be closed to traffic on Sunday 16 April 2017 between 8:00 am and 1:30 pm for the Easter Markets. Persons taking part in the Easter Markets on the above road are exempted from all Australian Road Rules relating to pedestrian behavior on roads.
DEWNR will commence its third and final aerial boxthorn control program on Yorke Peninsula soon, with a target treatment area of 5000 hectares. The program will include plants which may have survived earlier treatment and private and public land including high priority coastal areas in the Hundreds of Warrenben, Carribie, Para Wurlie and Coonarie…. [Continue reading]
coastalFUNruns and Yorke Peninsula Council have joined forces to present a morning of fun, fitness and community activities on Sunday, 7 May at Ardrossan. A Marathon will commence at 7:00 am from First Street, Ardrossan, continuing to Rogue’s Point and return. The course will utilise the Walk the Yorke trail across a section of magnificent… [Continue reading]
Yorke Peninsula Council are seeking expressions of interest from persons for leasing a portion of Section 100 Hundred of Ramsay, CT 5451/338, being an area adjacent to the Ramsay Transfer Station. The lease will be for a five year term, with a five year right of renewal. The land is for the purpose of agriculture… [Continue reading]
The Yorke Peninsula Shellfish Reef is the first shellfish restoration reef of its kind in South Australia and will contribute to a healthier marine environment, improved recreational fishing, tourism and employment opportunities. The North-Western Gulf St Vincent was chosen as the location for the Yorke Peninsula Shellfish Reef, following two rounds of community consultation…. [Continue reading]
The following roads within the Winulta locality will be closed to traffic between Tuesday 14 and Friday 17 March 2017 inclusive for culvert installation: Clinton Road (between Graham Road and Pioneer Road) Old Boundary Road (between Graham Road and Pioneer Road) Willing Road (between Rose Road and Clinton Road) Correll Road (between Clinton Road… [Continue reading]
Expressions of interest from service providers and the community are currently being sought. The construction of the shellfish reef will involve the use of barges, cranes and other large plant equipment, diving and maritime services, transport, shellfish hatchery, limestone, education and volunteering etc. To register your interest please complete the online form at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/ShellfishReef