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Council launches Eastside Design for Living publication


Immerse yourself in the luxury of the most esteemed home and design businesses in Adelaide’s East.

Featuring stunning interior and exclusive homewares, this exquisite publication will enhance the beauty and style of your home.

Pick up a copy at Council venues, participating businesses or view online. 

To view this publication online, visit: Eastside Design for Living


Look East Winter edition is online now


Find out about major projects, flooding protection, upcoming events and much more!

And keep an eye on your letterbox – or Council Libraries and Norwood Town Hall – for a hard copy, which will be delivered soon.

Download: Look East: Winter Edition (PDF)

Read: Look East: Winter Edition (Flipbook)

Did you know…

The Council will also be producing two more editions of Look East each year – so you can expect an edition for each season!

Subscribe to receive the two additional editions of Look East magazine in a digital format, delivered straight to your inbox.

Norwood Oval receives national recognition in AFL Awards


The much loved and iconic Norwood Oval is continuing to kick goals after being crowned the state’s winner of the AFL’s Ken Gannon Community Football Facilities Award.

The multi-million dollar redeveloped Oval was the only facility in South Australia to receive the Award, which is presented by the AFL’s Australian Football Facilities Fund.

The Council made a significant financial contribution to the redevelopment.

To find out more, visit: Media Release

NPSP launches Eastside Design for Living


The City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters will tonight launch its inaugural homeware and interior design publication, Eastside Design for Living, to help support the local industry.

It is understood that the Council is the first in the state to develop, create and launch a publication of this type.

Eastside Design for Living has been developed by the Council in collaboration with the 47 businesses that are featured.

To find out more, visit Media Release

$24 m revamp for Payneham Swimming Centre – watch the video from Mayor Bria


With two new pools, high platform waterslides and play areas for children, the $24 million Payneham Memorial Swimming Centre upgrade is the jewel in the crown of the Council’s upcoming budget.

Watch the video of Mayor Robert Bria to find out more about redevelopment, including when you can visit the updated Centre for a swim!

Video link: YouTube: A message from the Mayor

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Council’s 2022 - 2027 Tree Strategy


There are more than 20,000 street trees in the City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters and 7,000 trees in  parks and reserves. In an important step to ensure the establishment,  protection and longevity of our trees, the Council has delivered its first ever Tree Strategy.

The purpose of the Tree Strategy is to set out a roadmap  and actions required to strategically increase the tree  canopy cover in our City.

Importantly, the Strategy has set a target of planting 500 new trees each year over the next five years.

Download: 2022 - 2027 Tree Strategy


Enrol to vote in the 2022 Council elections


Just about everything you interact with in your neighbourhood is connected to the work done by the Council. That is why voting in Council elections is so important.

Voting is also open to a broader range of people than State and Federal elections.

Even if you are not an Australian citizen, and not on the State (House of Assembly) Electoral Roll, you can vote as long as you are over 18.

For more information on eligibility, visit: LGA - Council Elections

Nino Solari Commemorative Path now open


A commemorative path honouring the achievements and legacy of cycling champion Nino Solari has been officially opened.

Nino Solari played a significant role in boosting the profile of professional cycling in South Australia.

The $150,000 Commemorative Path - which was funded by the Council -  is part of the Beulah Road Bicycle Boulevard Project.

For more information, read: media release

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Photo: Nino Solari Commemorative Path 



Canvas Youth Art + Design Exhibition applications now open


Calling all young artists!

The City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters is seeking young creatives to submit entries into the 2022 Canvas Youth Art + Design Exhibition

Express yourself and the ideas, trends and Inspirations relevant to modern life as a young person in our community through a variety of artistic mediums.

Entries close 5pm, Thursday 30 June

For more information and to enter, visit: Canvas Youth Art & Events Project

NPSP delivers 45 initiatives to boost local economy


The first annual review of the Council’s Economic Development Strategy has revealed positive data in relation to how businesses are performing in our City.

In its first year, the Strategy delivered 45 initiatives which have all played a key role in helping the local economy during the Pandemic.

The five-year Strategy has been established under four key themes – Dynamic & Diverse City, Destination City, Innovative City and Business Friendly City.

To read the Economic Development Strategy: 2021 – Year 1 Review, visit: Economic Development Strategy