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DRAFT 2018-19 Annual Business Plan and Budget

8 May 2018
Consultation is now open and we need your feedback. To read the draft Plan visit Council's let's talk website or drop into the Local Government Centre or library. A Special Meeting will be held Monday 28 May 2018. Consultation closes 29 May 2018.

SA History Festival - Big Boys and Their Vintage Toys

4 May 2018
On Sunday 27 May, 2018 local history will fire up during the 2018 South Australian History Festival. The Captain’s Cottage Museum is partnering with the Lower Murray Vintage Engine and Machinery Club and will come together to present Big Boys and Their Vintage Toys, a tribute to engines and machinery from our past and an opportunity to celebrate our history and heritage. An exhibition of vintage machinery, antique gas engines and early farming machinery will be on display as the Captain’s Cottage Museum plays host to Big Boys and Their Vintage Toys.

Bridges & Mortar – A glimpse into the construction of the iconic Round House and Historic Bridges

4 May 2018
Locals, visitors and history buffs are encouraged to take a glimpse into the States built heritage during the South Australian History Festival held during May. To celebrate this theme the Rural City of Murray Bridge and the historic Round House will present Bridges and Mortar. During May volunteers at the Round House will host guided tours and provide insight into the construction of the first bridge to span the Murray River and the stories behind the iconic Round House. Bridges and Mortar is a tribute to early engineering, construction and the foundations laid for the regions development and an opportunity to celebrate our history and heritage.

Voluntary Recall Pool Gate Latch April 2018

6 April 2018
A voluntary recall is underway of unsafe components of gate latches for swimming pool fences which can cause the gate to be locked in an open position, posing a potential drowning risk for children.

Dog and Cat Reforms - What You Need to Know

15 March 2018
New laws for dog and cat owners and breeders will soon be introduced in South Australia.

Public Art Strategy Survey

13 February 2018 (amended: 25 January 2018)
Would you like to see more public art in Murray Bridge? This is your chance to share your ideas about how you would like public art to enliven our community. Tell us about the kinds of public art you would most like to see and where you would like it to be located.

Community Satisfaction Survey - October 2017 - FINAL REPORT

7 February 2018
Council undertook a Community Satisfaction Survey in October 2017. The Final Report and Executive Summary is available here.

Hard Waste Collection Service - Orange Stickers

31 January 2018
The introduction of an orange sticker to be placed on items left on the footpath to identify hard waste awaiting same day Council collection follows the fine tuning of the hard waste collection arrangements. The orange sticker will ensure other residents know the hard waste is an authorised collection and will be removed that day.

Murray Bridge Local Drug Action Team Survey

29 January 2018
The Local Drug Action Team is an initiative of the Murray Bridge Safe Taskforce. If you have an interest in this area the Murray Bridge Local Drug Action Team would appreciate you taking the time to complete the survey.

New Interactive map available for residents

16 November 2017
A new mapping service is now available on Council's website to display a variety of Council-related information and services by way of an interactive map.

New Residential Hard Waste Collection Service now available to residents of Murray Bridge

14 November 2017
Residents of the Rural City of Murray Bridge are now entitled to ONE free hard waste collection per year. It is available to households that currently receive a kerbside waste, recycling and green organic collection service.

More to explore with the Murray Bridge Discovery Trail

1 August 2017
The Rural City of Murray Bridge launches a new walking trail that encourages visitors and residents to explore Murray Bridge whilst taking in the history and stories of the town.

Customer Service Charter

20 April 2017
Council has approved a new Customer Service Charter. Telephone messages will be responded to within one business day and written communications within five business days.
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