Following the adoption by Council of the Draft Animal Management Plan and a process of public consultation, the document has now been approved by the Dog and Cat Management Board.
Dog and Cat Management Act 1995 - Section 26A - Plans of management relating to dogs and cats
Council adopted the 2020 - 21 Annual Business Plan, Annual Budget and Long Term Financial Plan 2020/30 at the 16th June 2019 Ordinary Council Meeting.
South Australian Local Government Act 1999 - part 2, section 123 - Annual business plans and budgets
Each year Council is required to prepare and accept the Annual Financial Statements and submit to the Minister for Local Government prior to the 30th November.
South Australian Local Government Act 1999, division 3, section 127 - Financial Statements
Each year Council is required to present an Annual Report. This document includes the audited Annual Financial Statements, and reports by Council Offices relating to their particular areas of activity. The Annual Report also provides information on various Council functions, staffing, and policies.
South Australian Local Government Act 1999, part 4, section 131 - Annual report to be prepared and adopted
Council adopted the Conservation Management Plan 2019 at the 16th July 2019 Ordinary Council Meeting.
The Burra Charter sets out the best practice principles of conservation subscribed to by the South Australian Department for Environemnt and Water.
Conservation management plans provide further information about heritage places and give essential guidelines for future use and development. Many of these plans are commissioned by property owners, while others are initiated by state or local government agencies.
Council adopted the Goyder Tourism Strategic Plan 2017 at the 15th August 2017 Ordinary Council Meeting
South Australian Local Government Act 1999, part 1, section 122 - Strategic management plans
The Regional Council of Goyder Natural Disaster Mitigation Study Plan is designed to identify, analyse and evaluate risk occurring from Natural Disasters in the Goyder Region. This Study Plan was partly funded by the Department of Transport and Regional Services.
This roadside vegetation survey was commissioned and funded by the Regional Council of Goyder, the Native Vegetation Council, the Department of Water, Land and Biodiversity Conservation and the SA Murray-Darling Basin Natural Resources Management Board. This survey was conducted in April-May 2008. This report aims to give the Regional Council of Goyder and other users information on the conservation value of roadside vegetation and the location of roadside segments that are of particularly high importance.
(Note: the following maps are A3 size and may take a few minutes to download)