Residents, businesses and visitors to our City must obtain a permit before carrying out certain activities within the Council area.
Applying for, and getting a Council permit, gives approval to carry out the requested activity. Costs are associated with some permit applications, fees should be paid at the time the application is lodged. Council may attach such conditions to a permit as it thinks fit, and may vary, revoke or impose new conditions by notice in writing.
Permits are required to conduct certain activities on council land, such as roadways, footpaths and reserves. Applications can be made online for the following types of Council permits/approvals:
All applications except the 'Overdimensional Vehicle Clearance' carry a $25 application fee.
Visit Council's Online Services website to submit a permit/approval application.
For further information on obtaining a permit please select Permits or contact our Customer Service Team on 8405 6600.
Liquor licenses are granted by Consumer and Business Services (previously known as the Office of the Liquor and Gambling Commission).
To apply for a liquor license visit the Consumer and Business Services website or call 131 882.
Council wishes to commemorate the contribution of members of the community to the social, cultural or political aspects and the development of the City of Port Adelaide Enfield. A memorial plaque on seating is permissible for a person (or persons) who has made a significant contribution to the City of Port Adelaide Enfield community, for example, as a member of a community group or sporting organisation, or as a volunteer. For more information refer to Councils Policy – Installation of memorial plaques on seats located on Councils Policies page. Applications for memorial plaques on seating must be received in writing refer Councils Memorial Seat application form located on Councils Forms page.
To be eligible for a Residential Parking Exemption (also known as parking permit), residents must be a primary owner occupier and/or tenant with a current lease and have no access to off street parking on the property. The residential parking exemption is intended where time limit parking controls are in effect at the frontage of a residential property. Residential Parking Exemptions will enable vehicles to park beyond the time limit without penalty. For more information on obtaining a Residential Parking Exemption please select Parking.
A permit application form must be completed when you wish to hire Council Reserves for private events where any infrastructure is required, or if you want to fundraise in Council areas.
Permit Application Forms
Busking Permit Application form(956 kb)
Memorial Seat Application form(282 kb)
Reserve Use - Private Hire(142 kb)
Residential Parking Exemption(2549 kb)
Sale of Goods Application form(1704 kb)
Verge Development Application(1754 kb)