Welcome to the Regional Council of Goyder's Website


Take a tour of Council's website. 'Behind' the Top Level navigation buttons is a short topic introduction. The drop down menus have more specific information. For speedy navigation to the frequently accessed pages, check out the Fast Find List. The site includes online facilities e.g. for registering details of community events, having your Goyder business included in the searchable Business Listing, and lodging Minor Works Requests, and Council forms/permits for downloading. We welcome any Feedback or Suggestions for additional content and site enhancements, and reports of any Web faults.

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Services Guide
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Latest News

Employment Opportunities

25 August 2014
Applications are invited from people interested in being Pool Manager and Supervisors for the 2014/15 swimming season at the Burra & Eudunda Swimming Pools. Expressions of interest are invited for the lease of the Burra & Eudunda Pool Canteen for the 2014/15 swimming season.

Capital & Sport and Recreation Project Funds

19 August 2014
Applications for Funding

My Local Services App

6 August 2014
The Regional Council of Goyder has implemented the My Local Services App which delivers local information, as well as a 'report it' feature for residents.

Notice of Application for Category 3 Development

5 August 2014
Pursuant to Section 38(5) of the Development Act 1993

The AGL Burra Fun Run

1 August 2014
A Community Event designed to encourage fitness, good health and involvement. There will be a 3km, 5km and 10km circuits which can be entered by runners and walkers. Prams & strollers welcome, but sorry no bikes, scooters, rollerskates etc, and no dogs. A Community Fair is planned for after the run - all welcome!

 

Dog Registration

Lost DogAll dogs from 3 months old must be registered. Registration forms are available from the Burra and Eudunda Council offices or can be downloaded here; Dog Registration Application

Renewals must be paid by the last working day in August. Click on the following link for the Dog Registration and Pound Fees

    Cat Registration

Cat registration is NOT a compulsory requirement within the Regional Council of Goyder, however in the interest of animal welfare Council has developed a system in an attempt to ensure your cat's safe return to you. Council's involvement with cats is limited to hiring cat traps to the public, there are lawful requirements concerning what to do with a cat once it is caught. One of those requirements is the safe return to the owner of a cat wearing ID. Council has organised an ID tag to be worn on a cat's collar with Council's name and phone number and an ID number which will correspond to an entry on a register at Council's Offices at Burra and Eudunda. The cost of identifying your cat is $2.00, this is a one-off cost. Replacement tag, should the original be lost will cost $1.00. Initiatives like this only work when responsible owners take advantage of them.

A Cat Registration Form can be downloaded here 

Does Council have your correct Address and Contact Details?

If you have recently changed your postal address or moved residence, you will need to notify Council. You can do this by using the Online Form.

Minor Works Requests - Can be lodged online

While Council staff conduct regular inspections to identify problems that need to be fixed under Minor Works, it is not possible to be immediately aware of every problem area. If you have noticed something that you think needs attention, you can let us know by filling out the online form. Click here to access the form. 

Rates

Click here for information on the 2014-2015 rates, including due dates for payments.
$ Sign Pay Rates Online - Click Here

A New Way of Paying Expiations (Fines)

On 3rd February 2014 the system for paying expations (fines) in SA changed. Click here for further information.

 

Climate Change Project

Climate Change ProjectThe Environment Institute of the University of Adelaide is undertaking a Climate Change project on behalf of the Councils within the the SA Murray-Darling Region. The outcome of the project will be a series of Milestone Reports.

The following reports have now been released.

 Milestone 1 Report Climate%20Change-Milestone1%20Report (5280 kb)
 Milestone 2 Report Part 1 Climate%20Change-Milestone%202%20Report%20%20Part%201 (3194 kb)
 Milestone 2 Report Part 2 Climate%20Change-Milestone%202%20Report%20Part%202 (2882 kb)
 Milestone 2 Report Part 3 Climate%20Change-Milestone%202%20Report%20Part%203 (3717 kb)
 Milestone 3 ReportClimate%20Change-Milestone%202%20Report%20Part%203 (3870 kb)
 Milestone 4 Report Climate%20Change-Milestone%202%20Report%20Part%203 (1409 kb) 

 Shape Your World LogoBeyond Roads, Rates and Rubbish - Careers in Local Government

Change the world you live in - from the streets and parks you use to events, facilities and services your community enjoys. Click here for further information and to meet some people experiencing great careers in SA Councils.

SA Murray-Darling Basin Natural Resources Management Board

Northern and Yorke NRMB logoThe SA Murray-Darling Basin Region extends from the River Murray where it crosses into South Australia from Victoria down to the sea at the Coorong. It covers 70,000 square kilometres and in addition to being one of the most productive agricultural areas in South Australia - about 82% of the region's land is used for primary production including pastoral lands, dryland cropping, grazing, horticulture, irrigation and dairy farming - also supports a wide range of activities such as tourism, recreation and manufacturing. Visit the SAMDB website to find contacts for the region's Natural Resources Centres and information about the services provided.

 

Northern and Yorke Natural Resources Management Board

Northern and Yorke NRMB logoNorthern and Yorke is a large and diverse region that covers more than three million hectares of central South Australia. It is made up of Yorke Peninsula, the Lower North, Mid North and Upper North, the southern Flinders Ranges and parts of the Adelaide Plains and the Barossa Valley.

Click here for information on the Lower North Regional Group Community Members and Staff.

 

SA Council Maps

The SA Council Maps website is an online mapping system enabling the public to search for properties and locations of interest to view information with a local government context. The website contains information from State Government and the participating 30 South Australian Councils.


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