Your Say Yankalilla

Consultation has concluded


Your Say Yankalilla is an opportunity to provide your thoughts, feelings and ideas on all sorts of Council projects and activities. To participate, simply REGISTER, then go to the initiatives that tweak your interest and start engaging! Your feedback will ultimately inform and influence the decisions made by Council.

Your Say Yankalilla provides online tools that contribute to the overall consultation program for each initiative. If you prefer to engage with Council using traditional methods, hardcopy consultation packs and feedback forms are downloadable and also available in our Council's Main Office, The Yankalilla Youth and Community Centre and the Yankalilla Bay Visitor Information Centre.

Once you're registered we'll keep you up to date with Council news via our Enewsletter. We hope you enjoy engaging with us through this site and take this opportunity to help shape the District's future.



Your Say Yankalilla is an opportunity to provide your thoughts, feelings and ideas on all sorts of Council projects and activities. To participate, simply REGISTER, then go to the initiatives that tweak your interest and start engaging! Your feedback will ultimately inform and influence the decisions made by Council.

Your Say Yankalilla provides online tools that contribute to the overall consultation program for each initiative. If you prefer to engage with Council using traditional methods, hardcopy consultation packs and feedback forms are downloadable and also available in our Council's Main Office, The Yankalilla Youth and Community Centre and the Yankalilla Bay Visitor Information Centre.

Once you're registered we'll keep you up to date with Council news via our Enewsletter. We hope you enjoy engaging with us through this site and take this opportunity to help shape the District's future.


Consultation has concluded
  • Festival Fleurieu 2017 Survey

    6 months ago
    CLOSED: This discussion has concluded.
    Street party 28

    The Festival Fleurieu Planning Group & Sponsors hope you enjoyed this years festival. To help us improve and measure the festival success we would love you to complete this online survey.

    The Festival Fleurieu Planning Group & Sponsors hope you enjoyed this years festival. To help us improve and measure the festival success we would love you to complete this online survey.

  • Draft Annual Business Plan and Budget 2017/18

    6 months ago
    CLOSED: This discussion has concluded.
    Budget front page

    The draft 2017/18 Annual Business Plan and Budget proposes to continue to replace assets, put into action existing plans, plan for the future, implement innovative projects, make a difference in the community and get things done.

    The Plan has been prepared in conjunction with the draft 2017-2027 Long Term Financial Plan, adopted Asset Management Plans and adopted Strategic Plan 2014-2018 'Looking to the horizon', Council decisions throughout the year and feedback previously received from the Community.

    Council is seeking feedback on our draft 2017/18 Annual Business Plan and Budget.

    Consultation will be for the period 28 April 2017 to 9 June 2017.

    The draft 2017/18 Annual Business Plan and Budget proposes to continue to replace assets, put into action existing plans, plan for the future, implement innovative projects, make a difference in the community and get things done.

    The Plan has been prepared in conjunction with the draft 2017-2027 Long Term Financial Plan, adopted Asset Management Plans and adopted Strategic Plan 2014-2018 'Looking to the horizon', Council decisions throughout the year and feedback previously received from the Community.

    Council is seeking feedback on our draft 2017/18 Annual Business Plan and Budget.

    Consultation will be for the period 28 April 2017 to 9 June 2017.

  • Revised Name and Visual Identity for Council

    6 months ago
    CLOSED: This discussion has concluded.
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    We are proposing a revised name and updated look for Council.

    Council is exploring two strategic directions that will improve the way we do business in the region and push us towards being a more professional, modern and innovative Council.

    We would love to hear your feedback on the name or visual identity.

    Consultation closes 30 June 2017.

    If you do not wish to register to be able to participate in the on-line feedback survey below, please feel free to download the Feedback Form in the document library and return to Council.

    We are proposing a revised name and updated look for Council.

    Council is exploring two strategic directions that will improve the way we do business in the region and push us towards being a more professional, modern and innovative Council.

    We would love to hear your feedback on the name or visual identity.

    Consultation closes 30 June 2017.

    If you do not wish to register to be able to participate in the on-line feedback survey below, please feel free to download the Feedback Form in the document library and return to Council.

  • Amended beach controls

    6 months ago
    CLOSED: This discussion has concluded.
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    After feedback from the community and Council's General Inspectors, Council is proposing amending the following controls:

    DOG EXERCISING ON:

    • Rapid Bay
    • Normanville Beach
    • Myponga Beach



    HORSE RIDING CONTROLS ON:

    • Morgans Beach

    After feedback from the community and Council's General Inspectors, Council is proposing amending the following controls:

    DOG EXERCISING ON:

    • Rapid Bay
    • Normanville Beach
    • Myponga Beach



    HORSE RIDING CONTROLS ON:

    • Morgans Beach

  • The Centre Site Master Plan and Library Concepts

    6 months ago
    CLOSED: This discussion has concluded.
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    Council's 2014-2018 Strategic Plan identifies the commitment to establish the library in a permanent location following its establishment in the interim location at The Centre.

    in 2015 public consultation was undertaken to identify what you, the community, wanted from your future library. A team of community and Council staff also researched what was considered good practice in the provision of library services across South Australia in conjunction with the Public Libraries Board of SA.

    This year, Council has engaged architects and landscape architects to develop concepts for the new library, as well as the wider site at 181 Main South...

    Council's 2014-2018 Strategic Plan identifies the commitment to establish the library in a permanent location following its establishment in the interim location at The Centre.

    in 2015 public consultation was undertaken to identify what you, the community, wanted from your future library. A team of community and Council staff also researched what was considered good practice in the provision of library services across South Australia in conjunction with the Public Libraries Board of SA.

    This year, Council has engaged architects and landscape architects to develop concepts for the new library, as well as the wider site at 181 Main South Road Yankalilla.

    Council are now seeking your feedback, particularly on what is being proposed for the wider site. You will also have an opportunity here to be informed about the concept plans for the new library.

    Click here to have a look at the plans, to download your copy and to provide feedback.

    Thank you for taking the time to be involved.

  • Infrastructure Asset Management Plans 2017- Public Consultation

    by M. Robertson, 6 months ago
    CLOSED: This discussion has concluded.
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    The District Council of Yankalilla is responsible for approximately $149 Million of Infrastructure Assets. It provides and maintains these assets on behalf of its ratepayers for the delivery of services to the community and visitors to our District.

    Asset management practices impact directly on the core business of Council. Appropriate asset management is required to achieve Councils objective in providing infrastructure that meet the levels of service expected by the community in a cost effective manner.

    The Council has recently developed or reviewed its Infrastructure Asset Management Plans and developed new plans for the following networks :

    · Transport

    · Stormwater

    · Community Wastewater Management Scheme (CWMS)

    · Wirrina Services

    The Draft Infrastructure Asset Management plans provide information on the

    · The extent and value of the assets under the care and control of Council

    · The current levels of service adopted for each of the asset types.

    · The Life cycle costs to maintain renew (work required to return an existing asset to its original condition and useful life) and to provide new assets identified in Councils Strategic Plan.

    · Improvements required further improving and refining asset management processes.

    The infrastructure Asset Management Plans are documents which will provide guidance to Council in its service delivery and budget allocations over the next ten years.

    As stewards of these assets on behalf of our ratepayers Council is seeking feedback on the above Infrastructure Asset Management Plans for consideration prior to adoption.

    The Plans can be viewed and downloaded. Click here for full details and to have your say


    The District Council of Yankalilla is responsible for approximately $149 Million of Infrastructure Assets. It provides and maintains these assets on behalf of its ratepayers for the delivery of services to the community and visitors to our District.

    Asset management practices impact directly on the core business of Council. Appropriate asset management is required to achieve Councils objective in providing infrastructure that meet the levels of service expected by the community in a cost effective manner.

    The Council has recently developed or reviewed its Infrastructure Asset Management Plans and developed new plans for the following networks :

    · Transport

    · Stormwater

    · Community Wastewater Management Scheme (CWMS)

    · Wirrina Services

    The Draft Infrastructure Asset Management plans provide information on the

    · The extent and value of the assets under the care and control of Council

    · The current levels of service adopted for each of the asset types.

    · The Life cycle costs to maintain renew (work required to return an existing asset to its original condition and useful life) and to provide new assets identified in Councils Strategic Plan.

    · Improvements required further improving and refining asset management processes.

    The infrastructure Asset Management Plans are documents which will provide guidance to Council in its service delivery and budget allocations over the next ten years.

    As stewards of these assets on behalf of our ratepayers Council is seeking feedback on the above Infrastructure Asset Management Plans for consideration prior to adoption.

    The Plans can be viewed and downloaded. Click here for full details and to have your say


  • Representation Review - Second Round of Consultation

    by M. Robertson, 6 months ago
    CLOSED: This discussion has concluded.
    Voting image

    Council is now part way through the process of reviewing its structure and composition to determine whether a change of arrangements is required in relation to elector representation, so as to ensure that the electors of the area are being adequately and fairly represented.

    An Options Paper has been the subject of the first consultation process undertaken during October and November 2016. It examined a number of different models relating to electoral composition in relation to Mayor or Chairperson, Wards or no Wards, Ward boundaries, number of Councillors.

    Council considered the ten public submissions and the issues raised in relation to the advantages and disadvantages of the various options and a draft Representation Review Report has been prepared that contains Council's preferred future structure and composition. It also includes a complete account of the rationale behind the proposed choices.

    The draft Representation Review Report is now out on a 6 week public consultation process and Council encourages you to have a look at the draft report and provide any comments or suggestions back for consideration prior to a final decision being made.


    Council is now part way through the process of reviewing its structure and composition to determine whether a change of arrangements is required in relation to elector representation, so as to ensure that the electors of the area are being adequately and fairly represented.

    An Options Paper has been the subject of the first consultation process undertaken during October and November 2016. It examined a number of different models relating to electoral composition in relation to Mayor or Chairperson, Wards or no Wards, Ward boundaries, number of Councillors.

    Council considered the ten public submissions and the issues raised in relation to the advantages and disadvantages of the various options and a draft Representation Review Report has been prepared that contains Council's preferred future structure and composition. It also includes a complete account of the rationale behind the proposed choices.

    The draft Representation Review Report is now out on a 6 week public consultation process and Council encourages you to have a look at the draft report and provide any comments or suggestions back for consideration prior to a final decision being made.


  • Bungala Park Draft Concept Plan

    6 months ago
    CLOSED: This discussion has concluded.

    Council is now seeking your feedback on the draft concept plan for Bungala Park which has been developed. This draft concept plan and your feedback will help to inform an overall Site Master Plan to guide future development in the park.

    Council is now seeking your feedback on the draft concept plan for Bungala Park which has been developed. This draft concept plan and your feedback will help to inform an overall Site Master Plan to guide future development in the park.

  • By-law controls are being reviewed

    6 months ago
    CLOSED: This discussion has concluded.
    Deck chairs at the beach

    Council's By-laws are complemented by controls which affect the way our public spaces are used.

    We have reviewed our locations and proposed controls relevant for their use.

    Time for you to have your say in the controls proposed for the beaches and reserves within the District Council of Yankalilla!

    CLICK HERE NOW!

    Council's By-laws are complemented by controls which affect the way our public spaces are used.

    We have reviewed our locations and proposed controls relevant for their use.

    Time for you to have your say in the controls proposed for the beaches and reserves within the District Council of Yankalilla!

    CLICK HERE NOW!

  • Representation Review

    by M. Robertson, 6 months ago
    CLOSED: This discussion has concluded.

    Councils are required to conduct a review of their representation (generally every 8 years) as determined by the Minister for Local Government. The last time Yankalilla Council conducted a review was in 2008/2009 when the two current Wards (Field and Light) were established.

    This review of elector representation commenced in June 2016, and an Options Paper has been prepared that has examined a number of different models relating to electoral composition, specifically in relation to:

    · Mayor or Chairperson - whether it is an Elected Mayor (elected at large) or a Chairperson – called Mayor, but voted into office by the Councillors);

    · Wards or no Wards

    · Ward Boundaries

    · Number of Councillors (currently there are nine);

    At its meeting held on 16 August 2016, Council resolved to receive the Options Paper and undertake public consultation for a period of 6 weeks, which commenced on Thursday 29th September 2016.

    Councils are required to conduct a review of their representation (generally every 8 years) as determined by the Minister for Local Government. The last time Yankalilla Council conducted a review was in 2008/2009 when the two current Wards (Field and Light) were established.

    This review of elector representation commenced in June 2016, and an Options Paper has been prepared that has examined a number of different models relating to electoral composition, specifically in relation to:

    · Mayor or Chairperson - whether it is an Elected Mayor (elected at large) or a Chairperson – called Mayor, but voted into office by the Councillors);

    · Wards or no Wards

    · Ward Boundaries

    · Number of Councillors (currently there are nine);

    At its meeting held on 16 August 2016, Council resolved to receive the Options Paper and undertake public consultation for a period of 6 weeks, which commenced on Thursday 29th September 2016.