Follow the Art on Parade trail
Follow a trail of South Australian art on the Parade, Norwood
Art on Parade is a self-guided trail of contemporary art, featuring 95 unique works by South Australian artists, including Margaret Ambridge, Karen Genoff, Eliza Piro, Tim Shaw and Jenny Ramos.
Mayor Robert Bria said, “This is a great opportunity to explore artworks along the cosmopolitan retail, café and restaurant strip of The Parade, Norwood."
“We’re excited to be collaborating with a number of local businesses within The Parade, Norwood precinct, from cafes and retail businesses to galleries and retail spaces to support local artists.”
For more information, visit: Art on Parade
Statement on the closure of George Street, Norwood
The Council is aware that a leaflet is circulating in the Norwood area claiming George Street, Norwood is to be permanently closed.
The Council advises all City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters residents and ratepayers, visitors and traders and business owners that no such decision has been made nor is it being considered by the Council.
Important recycling update!
With the introduction of China’s National Sword program, many of our residents are wondering whether it is still worth recycling. The answer is yes!
Residents are encouraged to continue to place recyclable material into their recycling bin (yellow lid) and it will be collected by East Waste and recycled.
For information about:
- reducing your waste, visit: East Waste
- what can and cannot be recycled, visit: A to Z Recycling Guide
- China’s new waste and recycling policy, visit: Green Industries
Pianos in the Parks
The City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters has teamed up with Leaver & Sons to present Pianos in the Parks.
Pianos in the Parks encourages you celebrate our beautiful outdoors, discover your inner musician and share tunes with the local community.
Come and play this autumn in:
It's your turn to play and share the music!
For more events and activities happening near you, visit: Events & Festivals Calendar
New mobile food vendor guidelines
The City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters has adopted Mobile Food Vendor Guidelines which set out locations within the City where Mobile Food Vendors (MFVs) can operate.
Four MFV Sites have been selected for a 12-month trial period from 3 April 2018 – 2 April 2019:
- Payneham Library Carpark
- Dunstan Adventure Playground Carpark
- Joslin Reserve – Third and Fourth Avenue
- Linde Reserve – Stepney Street Carpark.
For information about the Mobile Food Vendor Guidelines, the MFV Sites and Mobile Food Vendor Permits, visit: Mobile Food Vendors
2018 Eastside Business Awards Winners
The City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters congratulate the winners of the inaugural 2018 Eastside Business Awards.
No plans to close Norwood Library
The Council would like to inform all NPSP ratepayers and users of the Norwood Library that, contrary to media reports and other material circulating within the community, there has been no decision made to close the Norwood Library.
Eastside food manufacturers unite in tasty collaboration
The City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters’ Food Secrets of Glynde just got tastier with a new collaboration from two of its favourite food manufacturers, Gelato Bello and La Casa Del Formaggio.
EastLINK tram network
In December 2013, the Council unanimously endorsed a submission to the State Government in response to the draft Infrastructure, Transport and Land Use Plan (the Plan), which supported the extension of the EastLINK tram network along The Parade.
Collect your free rolls of compostable liner bags
The Council provides your household with two free rolls of 150 compostable liner bags (about a year’s supply) for your kitchen organics basket.
Australia Day Awards 2018 - Citizen of the Year
Congratulations to our Citizen of the Year, Ian Rohde.
Ian Rohde has been a proactive and influential member of the local community for over 40 years.
Throughout this time, he has been committed to improving St Bartholomew’s (St Bart's) Anglican Church, Norwood, through various Volunteer roles, including lead property maintenance, service leader, secretary of the St Bart’s Property Team and a member of the Parish Council.
Sustainable focus as Gilberton Swing Bridge reopens
On Saturday 13 January 2018, more than 70 people joined the City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters and the Town of Walkerville as the new Gilberton Swing Bridge was officially opened by Mayors Robert Bria and Ray Grigg.
The Gilberton Swing Bridge, jointly owned by the City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters and the Town of Walkerville, has long been a treasured asset, greatly valued by the local community and used by pedestrians for almost a century.
The Parade Masterplan update
After an unintended pause in the development of The Parade Masterplan due to the State Government’s investigations into the proposed EastLINK Tram extension, the Masterplan is back on track!
Community Bus Driver
We are looking for volunteer Community Bus Drivers to join our dedicated team.
The Council’s Community Bus Service provides transport for social support programs and Food Secrets of Glynde & Stepney bus tours.
Presiding Member Building Fire Safety appointed
At the Council meeting held on 4 December 2017, the Council appointed Mr Troy Olds as Presiding Member of the Council’s Building Fire Safety Committee.
A suitably qualified Senior Building Fire Safety professional, Mr Olds will provide leadership, training and advice to the Council’s building staff through the Building Fire Safety Committee and ensure that the Committee meets its statutory obligations.
The Building Fire Safety Committee is required to be established by legislation, pursuant to Section 71(19)(a)(i) of the Development Act 1993. Mr Olds has been appointed to the position until 5 September 2020.
A Rising Star
Economic Development Coordinator, Monique Warren, is regarded by her peers and our business community as a responsive, proactive and exemplary economic development practitioner. To her work colleagues, Monique is the energetic, happy and welcoming face that every workplace needs.
In October 2017, Monique received a national Economic Development Australia Rising Star Award for demonstrated leadership and excellence in economic development.
Concerns with major development process
In light of recent major development declarations for developments within the City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters, the Council wishes to raise public awareness of its concerns with the development assessment process for declared major developments in South Australia.
The major development declarations the Council is concerned with include the Peregrine Corporation Headquarters development on the corner of Portrush Road and The Parade, Kensington and two Aged Care development proposals by Life Care, for sites at Beulah Road, Norwood and Payneham Road, Joslin.
Due to their scale, these developments have all caused significant community angst and have raised serious concerns about the likely medium to long-term impact of these developments on local communities, in terms of loss of privacy, adverse impact on residential amenity, erosion of the heritage value and established character of adjacent properties and streetscapes, loss of on-street parking in surrounding streets and significant increase in traffic congestion.
George Street Piazza coming in April 2018
The Council last week supported a new event for Adelaide’s east which will see George Street, Norwood transformed into a food, beverage and cultural experience, influenced by the quintessential Italian Piazza.
Council wins innovation award
The Beulah Road Bicycle Boulevard, a key strategic project of the City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters, won an Innovation Award at the inaugural Form Innovation Awards (FIA) held on Friday 6 October 2017.
The Form Innovation Awards provide a platform of recognition for innovative design thinking in South Australia and are awarded based on the impact of the project across the criteria of innovation, contribution to the project’s respective profession, and as a leading model of best practice.
“The challenges of retrofitting road infrastructure to design safer spaces for cyclists is one facing many municipalities across the globe, and the City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters is justly proud of its achievement in winning this Innovation Award,” said Mayor Robert Bria.
“The design of the Bicycle Boulevard provides for safer cycling access along Beulah Road as part of the Norwood – Magill Bikeway Strategic Cycling Route.”
For more information about this Project, visit: Beulah Road Bicycle Boulevard
Historical Swing Bridge redevelopment underway
The highly anticipated redevelopment works on the Gilberton Swing Bridge are set to get underway in August 2017, with the project scheduled to be completed by January 2018.
Residents Win Grants Program
The State Government’s Residents Win Program offers funding to improve local road safety and help create places that are easy to get around and enjoy.
Would you or your community like to improve local road safety and help create places that are easy to get around and enjoy?
Win a trip to Paris - enter now!
Spend $50 or more at any retail outlet, or $10 at any café along The Parade, Norwood and you could go in the draw to win flights and ten nights' accommodation for two in Paris, plus $2,000 spending money thanks to Parade Central
Entries close Friday 28 July 2017.
To enter, visit: The Parade Norwood
Public Notice: 23 May 2017 - Declaration and Naming of Public Roads
In 2016, the Lands Titles Office (LTO) advised the Council of the existence of two remnant strips of land which are owned by the Council and are being used as part of the existing road network, without ever having been declared as Public Road.
Due to popularity, Chi Ball is now full.
You are welcome to add your details to our Waiting List and we will contact you if a place becomes available.
The Council is pleased to launch the new Come and Try Chi Ball program.
Chi Ball is a mind-body exercise and wellness program based on the principles of traditional Chinese medicine, suitable for all ages and abilities.
Beat the jam this Adelaide festival season
We all know the festival season is a busy but exciting time in the City of Adelaide, so to help reduce your travel time and get into the heart of the action, here are a few alternative travel options to navigate the city easier.
To help reduce your travel time, the Adelaide City Council has created a resource of alternative travel options to navigate the city easier.
Find out more, visit: Beat the Jam