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Public Art Policy
SEa-scooters set to return to coastal areas
Kerbside Bin Audit – Kingston Park, Seacliff and Somerton Park
Close to $60 million in sporting infrastructure upgrades for…
Proposed Traffic Changes – Esplanade at Seacliff
New shellfish reef to be built at Glenelg
Libraries to reopen their doors
Council endorses financial support for community
City of Holdfast Bay responds to COVID-19
E-scooter trial for coastal pathways
Disability Access and Inclusion Survey
Glenelg gears up to celebrate 2020 Santos Tour Down Under
Library hours extended during heatwave
New Year’s Eve at Bay – Regurgitator to ring in 2020
Pedestrian crossing upgraded at Brighton Surf Life Saving Club
New exhibition challenges South Australia’s history books – Tiati Wangkanthi Kumangka
New playspace to transform Wigley Reserve
Moseley Beach Club
Upgrading Brighton Road, Hove level crossing
Draft Smoke Free Council Facilities Policy – Now open for community engagement
Minda Coast Park – $5.3million coastal pathway opens to public
Chisel and Kelly to rock Bay
Broadway Kiosk – proposal to extend Liquor Licence on Sunday mornings
Glenelg Football Club to receive key to City at Glenelg Street Party
SummerSalt returns to Bay with global music sensation Tash Sultana
Boundary reform proposal for Marino and Glengowrie
Seacliff Park Residential and Centre DPA
Castaway sets sail for Glenelg Beach
Repatriation of Kaurna Old People
Return to Country for 6 Kaurna old people
Circus Rio- update
Roberto Bria appointed CEO at City of Holdfast Bay
Health checks from age 40 to avoid ‘black hole’
Redevelopment of Brighton Oval is underway
Chapel Street Plaza and Hindmarsh Lane redevelopment gets green light
Integrated Transport Strategy – Let’s think about way you move
Zorita banner conservation at Bay
Brighton Oval gets green light
Protecting our beaches – new sand groynes in Brighton