Marion's Strategic Directions
Community Vision – Towards 2040
The Community Vision – Towards 2040 was endorsed by Council in December 2013 and will shape the future of the Marion community for the next 25 years.
It is a shared vision for the future of the city and will play an important role in influencing Council’s planning, policy making and allocation of resources.
Draft City of Marion Strategic Plan 2017-2027
The City of Marion is seeking your input and feedback regarding the Draft Strategic Plan 2017-2027 and Draft Annual Business Plan 2017/18.
This process provides you with the opportunity to have your say on the overarching goals, level of service and the activities undertaken by the council before the final budget is adopted.
Community consultation begins at 9am on Wednesday 10 May and closes at 7:30pm on Tuesday 13 June 2017.
Online submission forms are available on council’s community engagement Making Marion website.
Written submissions are also welcomed addressed to:
City of Marion, PO Box 21, Oaklands Park SA 5046
City of Marion Business Plan 2016-2019
The City of Marion Business Plan 2016-2019 was endorsed by Council in September 2016.
It explains the projects and programs Council will deliver over the next three years.
These actions will assist us to deliver our Community Vision for a community that is Liveable, Valuing Nature, Engaged, Prosperous, Innovative and Connected.
- Download the City of Marion Business Plan 2016-2019(11243 kb)
Making Marion 2040 - How we listened
The Making Marion campaign asked residents, businesses and community groups how they wanted their street, neighbourhood and city to look in 2040, and the services they will need.
Over six weeks in late 2012, thousands of postcards and discussion papers were released and workshops held to generate ideas and feedback. Online discussion groups and social media were also used to connect people.
The result was:
- 16,000 pieces of information collected
- 3481 Making Marion website visits
- 717 documents downloaded
- 4000 discussion papers provided
- 863 people attended events and workshops