We wish to advise that Yorke Peninsula Council has recently contracted and authorized National Drones to undertake aerial photography of the Point Turton Township commencing 20th June, 2019. Council is trialing the use of drones as an alternative mapping photography method instead of the current fixed-wing flyover service. National Drones provides an alternate, cost effective... [Continue reading]
Please note: the Elected Member workshop scheduled to commence at 5.30pm tonight (22nd May) has just been cancelled due to a number of absences. We apologise for any inconvenience caused. If the workshop is rescheduled to another date, we will notify the community accordingly.
We are currently seeking expressions of interest from a suitably qualified and experienced person to sit on Council’s Assessment Panel (CAP). In accordance with the Planning, Development and Infrastructure Act 2016, the CAP consists of four Independent Members and one Council Member. The CAP has the responsibility for determining a range of Development Applications, ensuring new development proposals are... [Continue reading]
New laws introduced on 1 July 2018 made it a legal requirement for all dogs and cats to be microchipped by 12 weeks of age, or at the point of sale. This includes all dogs and cats, including those that were born before 1 July 2018. Currently, approximately 700 dogs across our region are still... [Continue reading]