Connect with your community

The start of the year is a busy time but it can also be a time of loneliness and anxiety. At Charles Sturt, we offer a range of programs, resources and services to help you connect with your community.

LIBRARIES

If you are unable to get to one of our five libraries, let the Home Library Service come to you. Our Mobile Library has various stops throughout our City and the new Ageing Well collection can help you live your best life. Get in touch with your local library today.

COMMUNITY CENTRES

Join a group, discover a new skill, connect with others or volunteer at one of our seven Community Centres with programs, activities and events created by our community for our community. Find out what’s on at your Community Centre.

COMMUNITY CARE

Want to know about some of the local services available to you, or need some help with My Aged Care? The Community Care team are happy to help. With information about upcoming workshops and programs like the weekly fishing group, the team can help you to age well and stay connected. Discover more info about our services.

If you need further information on how to connect email us or call 8408 1111.

  • South Road underpass closed for works

    26th February 2020
    The South Road underpass and River Torrens Linear Park (RTLP) path (adjacent the Hindmarsh Cemetery) has been identified for renewal in our Transport Asset Management Plan. We will be constructing a new underpass under South Road that connects the
  • West Beach Rock Wall 01

    West Beach Rock Wall update

    12th February 2020
    Temporary suspension of works. We would like to advise that the works to the West Beach Rock Wall reconstruction have temporarily stalled. This is owing to a site issue our contractor is experiencing. We are working through this issue with them and
  • Linda MacGillivray citizen of the year 2020

    Australia Day Award Winners

    7th February 2020
    We are proud to announce the winners of the Australia Day Awards. Mayor Angela Evans presented the awards at the Australia Day Awards Presentation and Citizenship Ceremony on Sunday, 26 January 2020 at Woodville Town Hall, with special guest
  • Keep your child safe

    Keep our kids safe

    31st January 2020
    School has returned for the year which means there are now a lot more pedestrians and traffic around school areas. To help keep our kids safe, you’ll find that there is a comprehensive traffic management and parking scheme in the streets
  • 40 area sign

    40km Consultation - February

    28th January 2020
    We have been reducing the speed limit on our local streets with 18 of our suburbs moving from the default 50km/h to 40km/h areas since 2012. Reducing the speed limit on our local roads aims to improve local amenity and road safety as well as reduce
  • Coast Park on leash

    Changes to the dog on-leash laws

    23rd January 2020
    Thank you to everyone who had their say on our recent on-leash consultation for Coast Park and Linear Park. While no changes are to be made to the Linear Park dog leash requirement within our City (dogs can be off lead but are required to be under
  • Connect with your community

    Connect with your community

    22nd January 2020
    The start of the year is a busy time but it can also be a time of loneliness and anxiety. At Charles Sturt, we offer a range of programs, resources and services to help you connect with your community. LIBRARIES. If you are unable to get to one of
  • Road works

    Civic Centre Carpark Renewal Works

    20th January 2020
    STAGE 1 - Monday 20 January to Wednesday 5 February. Work involves kerb and gutter and stormwater works adjacent to Kemp Street and kerb and gutter and driveway adjacent to Norman Street. During construction work at Kemp Street (Monday 20 January)
  • Light Up Your Christmas Winners

    14th January 2020
    We love Christmas at the City of Charles Sturt, and we love that our residents and businesses get into the festive spirit every year. This year’s Light Up Your Christmas competition gave everyone a chance to win – from big popular displays to
  • Kaleidoscope - December 2019

    Kaleidoscope now online

    19th December 2019
    Read our December 2019 issue of Kaleidoscope. Now available to  read online.