Your Say Onkaparinga is designed to keep you informed and give you opportunities to have your say and help shape the decisions on important issues that affect our region and our communities.
Your Say Onkaparinga is also a way to access information, join in the conversation and add your ideas and feedback when and where it suits you – 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Our Community Engagement Promise shares our commitment to you, and what you can expect of us when council conducts community engagement.
Our Community Engagement Framework explains our approach to community engagement and our Public Consultation Procedure details how we fulfill the council’s statutory obligations of the Local Government Act 1999.
Community Engagement Promise(PDF, 100KB)
Community Engagement Framework(PDF, 56KB)
Public Consultation Procedure(PDF, 546KB)
Visit our Your Say Onkaparinga website to find out more and view our current engagement opportunities.
Your Say Onkaparinga
We encourage you to register so you can add your comments and ideas to our current engagements. There are three ways to register — as an individual, community group or business through the links below.
Hurtle John Potter Reserve - Dog Park and Toilet
Wakefield Reserve upgrade
We want to hear what you think about the events presented by council, what might make them more appealing to you, and what suggestions you have for the future.The City of Onkaparinga has a long history of delivering events for the benefit of our communities.In addition to numerous smaller events, council delivers and hosts five major events each year:Trucks on Tour (October)...
Water for the future – workshop opportunity starting February 2023Registrations are now open to participate in state government workshops setting the strategic direction for our region’s water security.The state government, in collaboration with business, community, First Nations leaders and council, is preparing a 50 year strategy to improve water security into ...
The City of Onkaparinga recently received $20,000 from the Australian Government to plant trees to honour Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth’s 70 years of service.The Queen’s Jubilee Planting will consist of planting 50 new native trees as well as irrigation to ensure their strong survival. Click here to see some examples of the native trees being planted.The western ve...
What do you think our future “climate-ready” southern Adelaide looks like? Open until 31 January.
This project aims to mitigate bushfire risks and prepare communities.
The 2022 Community survey is now open. Have your say until 18 December.
We are seeking your feedback on the services offered by Hopgood Theatre.
Have your say until 3 January 2023.