Council launches COVID-19 recovery grants

As part of their $470,000 COVID-19 Recovery Plan Council is pleased to be launching the $150,000 business and community grant program to provide support to assist in community and economic recovery within the Council area. We want to ensure that these organisations, which are so integral to our region, are able to continue, and envision these grants will be of some assistance in resuming their operations in this ‘new normal’ environment.” said Mayor Bim Lange. The grant monies may be used to cover a range of expenses including, but not limited to: Setting up and buying materials to support COVID Safe Plans or the safe management of operating the business or community group; Assist in matching funds for other grant applications made by the business; Obtain necessary business advice, support or assistance to develop a new business plan; Undertake and support any marketing and promotion activity; Purchasing new inventory, materials or other consumables (for clubs/groups) to operate or commence fundraising activities.
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AFL presence in the Barossa

The Hawks players and trainers will use Tanunda Oval and The Rex gym and pool in coming weeks in preparation for the second half of the revised 2020 AFL season, as footy continues to be flexible durin…
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12 James Street Demolition and Car Park Project

As part of the Salisbury City Centre Renewal Strategy, the former Civic Centre at 12 James Street will be demolished and in the immediate term re-constructed into temporary car parking available for u…
City of Salisbury 5 Aug 2020
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Rates arrears due 31 August 2020

From Friday 19 June the restrictions on many services will ease, where safe to do so and ensuring that the safety and protection of our community comes first.
City of Burnside 4 Aug 2020
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New street trees for Tanunda

The next phase of The Barossa Council’s rolling tree replacement program will see almost 50 street trees replaced in Tanunda’s main street.
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Draft Disability Access and Inclusion Plan

Draft Disability Access and Inclusion Plan Published on 03 August 2020 The City of Burnside seeks your feedback on the Draft Disability and Access Inclusion Plan.
City of Burnside 3 Aug 2020
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Proposed new lease over the Burnside War Memorial Hospital

Proposed new lease over the Burnside War Memorial Hospital Published on 03 August 2020 In 1944 Otto von Reiben gifted 120 Kensington Road and 97 Hewitt Avenue, Toorak Gardens, to Council for the purpo…
City of Burnside 3 Aug 2020
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Barossa photographic calendar comp goes social

Launched six years ago, the annual Barossa photographic calendar competition has become a staple for budding photographers across the region and beyond.
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Bushfire Survival Plan Workshops

Every year the CFS asks that you have written and practiced a Bushfire Survival Plan for you and your family.
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