City of Marion has an important role to play in protecting our environment and being more sustainable in our thinking and our actions.
Climate change is a vital issue for our community. City of Marion works with our community in response to the risks and opportunities posed by climate change and to enable climate change resilience into the future.
Common Thread is a free, monthly, sustainability program at Cooinda Neighbourhood Centre on the first Monday evening of the month.
Nature is such an important part of being alive, and is essential to living a happy, healthy and meaningful life. Find out some of the ways you can connect with nature in the City of Marion.
City of Marion supports the UniSA citizen science program that allows everyday people the chance to contribute to scientific research while getting up close with nature.
Discover the environment and sustainability programs and events on offer through the City of Marion and find out how you can participate.
City of Marion contains a variety of natural environments including the coast, reserves, woodlands and grasslands. Some are areas of high biodiversity.
This is a school and preschool sustainability program to help plan and manage environmentally friendly initiatives.
City of Marion supports residents to embrace elements of sustainable living to create healthier lives, enhance wellbeing and look after our environment.
The City of Marion provides and number of waste management services including household waste collection and recycling services. Other initiatives include community education and awareness programs and maintaining litter infrastructure.
Water management in the City of Marion. How we conserve water and protect water quality. Including Water Sensitive Urban Design and Stormwater Management.
Oaklands, Warriparinga and Glade Crescent Wetlands are wetlands with the City of Marion.
Wednesday 04 Apr 2018
Find out about the exciting features of the new City of Marion website.
The City of Marion is replacing all of its 8525 street lights with LED energy-efficient globes to cut electricity costs and reduce emissions.
Monday 7 May 2018
Join beekeeping expert, Roy Frisby-Smith, on a journey into the secret life of bees.