Council is responsible for the construction and maintenance of civil infrastructure which includes roads, footpaths, streetscapes, stormwater, reserves and parks and gardens for residents and visitors to use and enjoy.
The integrity of the road network is maintained by a regular reseal and maintenance program; roads that are beyond rehabilitation are reconstructed. Council's road construction and maintenance programs are principally financed from Council's general rate revenue and Government Funding.
There is a total of 687km of local roads and 142km of arterial roads which are under the care and control of Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure DPTI (State Government). If you have an enquiry or maintenance request regarding DPTI roads please contact DPTI Traffic Management Centre 1800 018 313 or email@example.com.
Permits are required to conduct certain activities on Council land, such as roadways and footpaths.
If you wish to apply for a Permit the following MUST be provided:
Applications can be made online via Council's Online Services website. Please use link below.
For further information or to make a payment please contact our Customer Relations Team on 8405 6600.
'A Guide to Parking in Port Adelaide Enfield' was produced to reduce confusion and improve the understanding of parking rules and requirements across the City . This guide sets out in simple terms parking do's and don'ts.
For further information on road rules the Department for Planning, Transport and Infrastructure DPTI (State Government) have produced a Road Rules Pocket Guide.
To be eligible for a Residential Parking Exemption (Parking Permit) you MUST meet the following criteria:
Where there is Time Limit parking control in effect at the front of a residential property, the Residential Parking Exemption will enable vehicles to park beyond the time limit without penalty.
For more information on obtaining a Residential Parking Exemption please select Parking.
Vehicles left on a road, street or public place for a period may be impounded by Council. Vehicles will only be impounded as a last resort after all avenues to locate the owner and have them remove the vehicle have been exhausted.
If you wish to report a vehicle that may have been abandoned, please complete online Request for Service.If you believe your vehicle has been removed by Council contact our Customer Service Centre on 8405 6600.
If the owner of the vehicle fails to seek possession of the vehicle Council is empowered to sell or in certain cases dispose of the vehicle. The sale of impounded vehicles by Tender or Auction is advertised in The Advertiser and Council's website, Public Notices.