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Welcome to Your Say Unley: the City of Unley's online community engagement hub.

Your Say Unley is designed to provide you with a convenient and easy way to share ideas and discuss important topics and issues that shape and impact our city. By participating in these online forums, you can actively contribute and inform Council's decision making.

Depending on the project, registration may be required to participate in the online discussion forums: it's free and easy to join and you can choose your own user name to comment. We invite you to register and be involved.

Watch this space for new opportunities to be involved. We will continue to update this site to give you a chance to have Your Say on new projects. This site complements the many other ways that you can share your views, including written submissions by completing survey forms, emails or letters, by meeting with staff, attending information sessions, focus groups and Council meetings.

Welcome to Your Say Unley: the City of Unley's online community engagement hub.

Your Say Unley is designed to provide you with a convenient and easy way to share ideas and discuss important topics and issues that shape and impact our city. By participating in these online forums, you can actively contribute and inform Council's decision making.

Depending on the project, registration may be required to participate in the online discussion forums: it's free and easy to join and you can choose your own user name to comment. We invite you to register and be involved.

Watch this space for new opportunities to be involved. We will continue to update this site to give you a chance to have Your Say on new projects. This site complements the many other ways that you can share your views, including written submissions by completing survey forms, emails or letters, by meeting with staff, attending information sessions, focus groups and Council meetings.

  • Unley Life Magazine

    2 months ago
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    We are seeking your feedback on the Unley Life Magazine. To ensure our community continues to value this Council publication, please complete our survey.


    We are seeking your feedback on the Unley Life Magazine. To ensure our community continues to value this Council publication, please complete our survey.


  • Community Centres Customer Satisfaction Survey 2017

    about 1 month ago
    CLOSED: This discussion has concluded.
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    Unley’s three community centres aim to provide a welcoming, vibrant community hub for you to engage in activities and programs that help you explore, share, connect and grow. We’d like your thoughts on what we currently offer at our community centres and how we deliver it.

    Unley’s three community centres aim to provide a welcoming, vibrant community hub for you to engage in activities and programs that help you explore, share, connect and grow. We’d like your thoughts on what we currently offer at our community centres and how we deliver it.

  • Customer Satisfaction Survey - Planning and Building Services

    3 months ago

    The City of Unley values your feedback and is always looking for opportunities to improve the way we deliver services to our customers.

    Let us know about your experiences with Council's Planning and Building Department so that we can recognise and reward good service provided by our staff and effectively address issues that may arise.


    The City of Unley values your feedback and is always looking for opportunities to improve the way we deliver services to our customers.

    Let us know about your experiences with Council's Planning and Building Department so that we can recognise and reward good service provided by our staff and effectively address issues that may arise.


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  • Charles Walk/Mary Place Intersection Closure and Cyclist Safety Improvements

    2 months ago
    CLOSED: This discussion has concluded.
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    The City of Unley Walking and Cycling Plan recommends improvements to Charles Walk in order to improve safety and efficiency of the cycling/walking route. As part of this, the intersection of Mary Place and Charles Walk is to be closed for north/south traffic, and east/west cyclists and pedestrians will have priority at the intersection.

    Please visit the consultation page for further information and to view the concept plan. You can also provide feedback on the changes.

    The City of Unley Walking and Cycling Plan recommends improvements to Charles Walk in order to improve safety and efficiency of the cycling/walking route. As part of this, the intersection of Mary Place and Charles Walk is to be closed for north/south traffic, and east/west cyclists and pedestrians will have priority at the intersection.

    Please visit the consultation page for further information and to view the concept plan. You can also provide feedback on the changes.

  • Have Your Say: UniSA Study - How Age Friendly is your Community?

    6 months ago
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    The University of South Australia in partnership with the State Government are conducting a study to explore How Age Friendly is Your Community?

    The South Australian Government has been working with local councils, including the City of Unley, to help local communities to become more age friendly. The recently released Age Friendly SA Strategy outlines the State Government's vision for an Age Friendly SA as a great place to spend a lifetime.

    Researchers from the University of South Australia want your help to measure how successful we have been in creating age friendly communities and identify areas where we need to improve.

    If you can help with this study please go visit this link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/AgeFriendlyCitiesSA and answer a few short questions.

    Alternatively, for a hardcopy survey, or for any questions contact: Haemish Middleton, UniSA on 8302 0030 or haemish.middleton@unisa.edu.au

    This study is approved by the University's Human Research Ethics Committee.

    The University of South Australia in partnership with the State Government are conducting a study to explore How Age Friendly is Your Community?

    The South Australian Government has been working with local councils, including the City of Unley, to help local communities to become more age friendly. The recently released Age Friendly SA Strategy outlines the State Government's vision for an Age Friendly SA as a great place to spend a lifetime.

    Researchers from the University of South Australia want your help to measure how successful we have been in creating age friendly communities and identify areas where we need to improve.

    If you can help with this study please go visit this link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/AgeFriendlyCitiesSA and answer a few short questions.

    Alternatively, for a hardcopy survey, or for any questions contact: Haemish Middleton, UniSA on 8302 0030 or haemish.middleton@unisa.edu.au

    This study is approved by the University's Human Research Ethics Committee.

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