COVID-19 Update

Given the unfolding situation relating to COVID-19 (Coronavirus) in Australia and across the world, here at the City of Charles Sturt we want to be proactive and clear about how we can stay healthy and are making changes to the way we do things. Each day we will provide updates to the services and events that are impacted along with the latest information and recommendations from WHO, SA Health and the Government.

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  • COVID-19


    6th April 2020
    Mayor Angela Evans COVID-19 Update - 26 March. We are proud to have over 117, 000 residents who live across our council area, as well as 8, 000 thriving businesses who choose to call our City home. Given the unfolding situation relating to COVID-19
  • Council Chamber

    Digital Council and Committee Meetings

    6th April 2020
    Due to the unfolding situation, all Council and Committee meetings will now be moving to a virtual platform through Zoom webinars. This means that the public are still available to view the sessions safely from home. Please note that some meetings
  • Community Plan review

    Have Your Say

    2nd April 2020
    It's time to refresh our Community Plan. We are reviewing the Plan to keep it current and relevant to the changing needs of our community. Our Community Plan leads everything we do - it guides our plans, strategies and actions. In 2016 we launched
  • 10 plants for $10

    Update to 10 Plants For $10 offer

    2nd April 2020
    UPDATE TO PROGRAM: 27 March 2020. Planned collection arrangements for the 10 plants for $10 program have been changed due to the current COVID-19 issues. Please be assured all vouchers will be honoured. The nursery (Provenance Indigenous Plants),
  • River Torrens Linear Park path

    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
  • 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
  • West Beach Sand Erosion

    Beach replenishment program

    2nd March 2020
    This month the Department of Environment and Water continues the beach replenishment program for West Beach, with sand being moved from two locations at Semaphore. - From Monday 10 March to Friday 14 March, sand will be moved from the Semaphore
  • 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
  • Kaleidoscope - Port Road Wetlands

    Kaleidoscope now online

    9th October 2019
    Read our September 2019 issue of Kaleidoscope. Now available to read online.
  • Fruit fly outbreak

    Fruit Fly Alert - Croydon Park

    5th March 2020
    Do you live in one of the fruit fly outbreak areas in Blair Athol, Croydon Park and Angle Park? If so, please do not move home-grown fruit or vegetables within or outside the areas. This includes giving it to neighbours, family and friends. You can