Welcome to Your Say Victor Harbor!

Your Say provides an opportunity to share your thoughts, aspirations and ideas on a range of council projects and activities.

Involvement in local decision making has never been easier, you can connect with council when and where suits you. It's also a great way to follow the projects that interest you.

For those that prefer to engage with council via traditional methods, hard copy consultation packs and feedback forms are available to be downloaded from this site or can be collected from the Civic Centre or Library.

To get started and have your say, register now! By registering we will keep you updated on the latest City of Victor Harbor consultations and activities.

So what are you waiting for? Join the conversation today!

Your Say provides an opportunity to share your thoughts, aspirations and ideas on a range of council projects and activities.

Involvement in local decision making has never been easier, you can connect with council when and where suits you. It's also a great way to follow the projects that interest you.

For those that prefer to engage with council via traditional methods, hard copy consultation packs and feedback forms are available to be downloaded from this site or can be collected from the Civic Centre or Library.

To get started and have your say, register now! By registering we will keep you updated on the latest City of Victor Harbor consultations and activities.

So what are you waiting for? Join the conversation today!

  • 2017/18 Budget Prepartions

    7 days ago
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    Council is currently looking at how it will allocate ratepayers funds in 2017/18 to the vast range of programs and services it provides.

    To help Council achieve a budget that provides for services, programs and infrastructure projects that meet the community’s needs now and into the future, and at the same time minimising the financial impact on households by keeping rate increases as low as possible, it is important for the community to provide their feedback.

    It is expected the draft 2017/18 Annual Business Plan and Budget will be released for public consultation on... Continue reading

    Council is currently looking at how it will allocate ratepayers funds in 2017/18 to the vast range of programs and services it provides.

    To help Council achieve a budget that provides for services, programs and infrastructure projects that meet the community’s needs now and into the future, and at the same time minimising the financial impact on households by keeping rate increases as low as possible, it is important for the community to provide their feedback.

    It is expected the draft 2017/18 Annual Business Plan and Budget will be released for public consultation on Thursday, 11 May 2017. The community will be able to share their views by providing a written submission or attending a public meeting on 1 June 2017. At the conclusion of the public consultation period on 6 June, the Council will consider community feedback in conjunction with their budget deliberations.


  • Planning for our recreation and open space needs

    3 months ago
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    The City of Victor Harbor is updating its Recreation and Open Space Strategy, and is seeking the community’s involvement.

    Community members are encouraged to complete a short survey that will help Council get a better understanding of their recreation and open space needs and aspirations.

    Survey responses should be submitted before 5pm on Friday, 17 January 2017.

    The City of Victor Harbor is updating its Recreation and Open Space Strategy, and is seeking the community’s involvement.

    Community members are encouraged to complete a short survey that will help Council get a better understanding of their recreation and open space needs and aspirations.

    Survey responses should be submitted before 5pm on Friday, 17 January 2017.
  • Elector Representation Review Consultation Extended

    4 months ago
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    Council is seeking your feedback on a proposal that would see the Mayor continue to be elected by the community, the existing ‘no wards’ structure retained and number of Councillors remain at nine.

    The proposal is a part of the Council’s elector representation review which looks at the representation composition and structure, and considers whether any changes would provide greater benefit to the community.

    Find out more about the proposal and share your views with Council before 5pm on Friday, 10 February 2017.

    Council is seeking your feedback on a proposal that would see the Mayor continue to be elected by the community, the existing ‘no wards’ structure retained and number of Councillors remain at nine.

    The proposal is a part of the Council’s elector representation review which looks at the representation composition and structure, and considers whether any changes would provide greater benefit to the community.

    Find out more about the proposal and share your views with Council before 5pm on Friday, 10 February 2017.