City of Salisbury

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Not to be confused with the cathedral city of Salisbury in Wiltshire, England.
City of Salisbury
South Australia
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Coordinates 34°46′02″S 138°35′09″E / 34.7673°S 138.5857°E / -34.7673; 138.5857Coordinates: 34°46′02″S 138°35′09″E / 34.7673°S 138.5857°E / -34.7673; 138.5857
Population 130,022 (2009)[1]
 • Density 700/km2 (1,800/sq mi)
Area 158.1 km2 (61.0 sq mi)
Mayor Gillian Aldridge
Council seat Salisbury
Region Metropolitan Adelaide
State electorate(s) Ramsay, Little Para, Wright, Florey, Playford, Taylor
Federal Division(s) Makin, Port Adelaide, Wakefield
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Website City of Salisbury
LGAs around City of Salisbury:
City of Playford
City of Salisbury City of Tea Tree Gully
City of Port Adelaide Enfield

The City of Salisbury is a local government area (LGA) located on the northern fringes of Adelaide, South Australia. It has an estimated population of 130,022 people and encompasses an area of 158 km². The council's main offices are situated in the Salisbury central business district. Geographically, the region is located on the outskirts of Adelaide. In recent years the council has become a leader in water management and the use of recycled water.[2]

Council[edit]

The current council as of June 2016 is:[3]

Ward Party[4] Councillor Notes
Mayor   Independent Gillian Aldridge
Central   Independent Betty Gill
  Independent David Balaza Deputy Mayor
East   Liberal Damien Pilkington
  Independent Joe Caruso
South   Labor Julie Woodman
  Labor Sean Bedford
Hills   Liberal David Bryant
  Independent Shiralee Reardon
Para   Labor Riccardo Zahra
  Independent Robyn Cook
North   Liberal Graham Reynolds
  Independent Linda Caruso
Levels   Liberal Brad Vermeer
  Liberal Steve White
West   Labor Chad Buchanan
  Independent Donna Proleta

History[edit]

The District Council of Salisbury was formed in 1933 by an amalgamation of parts of the abolished District Council of Munno Para West and the District Council of Yatala North.[citation needed]

Suburbs and their postcodes[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Australian Bureau of Statistics (30 March 2010). "Regional Population Growth, Australia, 2008–09". Retrieved 4 June 2010. 
  2. ^ Marsden, Susan (2012). "LOCAL GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA: A HISTORY OF SOUTH AUSTRALIAN COUNCILS to 1936" (PDF). 
  3. ^ "Councillors". www.salisbury.sa.gov.au. 
  4. ^ "Extract of Elected Members’ Register of Interests" (PDF). http://www.salisbury.sa.gov.au. Retrieved 5 June 2016.  External link in |website= (help)

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