Wednesday 20 November 2019
Are you bushfire ready?
City of Burnside’s long term strategic community plan, 'Be the Future of Burnside 2026', is our shared vision for the future of Burnside.
Building a resilient, happy, healthy and connected community through activation, connections and partnerships.
The Environment and Biodiversity Strategy defines and articulates the City of Burnside's strategic commitment to working with our community to achieve the Council's vision.
This Strategy is the City of Burnside’s proactive approach to a more strategically focused method in the way it develops and manages community infrastructure.
Providing a wide range of safe fun and stimulating playspaces meeting the needs of local children and complementing the play opportunities available to them in their everyday lives.
The purpose of the Property Strategy is to provide Council with a strategic and long-term direction to meet the existing and future needs of the community.
The City of Burnside has a rich history that is expressed in its landscapes, external spaces and urban form.
The purpose of the Sport and Recreation Strategy is to provide long term planning for Council’s contribution to the community’s future active and passive recreational pursuits.
The Urban Tree Strategy provides the foundation of how Council will continue to enrich and enliven our neighbourhood character and amenity through the continued management of our most valuable assets now and for future generations.
This document provides guidelines for the development of high quality, sustainable, functional and cohesive streetscape development that celebrates and respects the heritage and character of the City.
Community Land is one type of Council public land. Land that Council owns must be classified, under the Local Government Act, as either "community" or "operational" land.
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