Coorong District Council response measures to Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

The Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is a global crisis, and our Council has a key role to play in limiting the spread and impact of it.

Our leaders are staying up to date on the latest advice from the State and Federal Governments, and relevant Government health agencies.

Residents who are experiencing financial hardship may seek assistance from Coorong District Council by entering into a long-term payment arrangement. Information is available on our Financial Hardship page.

For more information please click here.

Update - 25 May 2020

The SA Government have released their Roadmap for Easing Covid-19 Restrictions.

Most Coorong District Council services have now resumed:

  • All playgrounds, parks (incl. dog parks and gardens) have been re-opened to the public.
  • All community toilets have been re-opened.
  • All halls can now open and community groups will be able to book facilities (groups are encouraged to contact Council to work through arrangements).
  • The Coonalpyn Caravan Park and Narrung Campground are now open to the public (including public toilet facilities).
  • Sporting facilities can open in accordance with the new measures in place.
  • Public library services:
    • Tailem Bend, Tintinara, Coonalpyn and Coomandook Community Libraries are still closed to the public, however all are offering a 'phone and collect service'.
    • Meningie Community Library will be opening to the public from 3:45pm - 4:30pm Monday to Friday, and from 10am - 1pm on Saturdays.
  • Tailem Rail Museum, Coorong Gallery and the Meningie Information Hub will be assessed in preparation for Council's executive team to make a decision on re-opening from 8 June 2020.

All Council facilities are receiving regular cleaning to ensure facilities are up to standard – however if you come across anything that requires attention please contact Council on 1300 785 277 so that we can attend to it.

Signs will be in place to remind users of their obligations to social distance. Everyone can play their part in slowing the spread of COVID-19 by practicing good hygiene, using hand sanitiser and wiping down equipment and surfaces before and after use.

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Roadside Signage

SATC RoadSign Guidelines

The guidelines were produced to assist tourism businesses and road authorities determine eligibility for road signs and most appropriate usage. The use of these guidelines will improve road safety and lead to improvement in the quality and consistency of tourist road signs.

It should be noted that safety of road users must be paramount when planning and implementing a network of signs. A useful road network begins with simple road name signs and extends to include directional visitor and services signs. Signs should be considered as one possible element to promoting tourism businesses, the inclusion of road names, clear directions and useful maps in advertisements, brochures and websites are the first step to guiding visitors to a business.

The guidelines are administered by the Department for Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI), Transport Services Division in cooperation with the tourism industry. Councils adoption of the guidelines will ensure it administers its local roads consistent with DPTI's administration of arterial roads.

To view the road signage guidelines please click here.

Application Form - Roadside Signage (Tourism and Services Signs)(223 kb)

 

Roadside Signage Policy

Council's Roadside Signage Policy is to be used as a guide for the Council and the community in assessing both signage rationalisation and new signage programs.

Roadside Signage Policy, February 2016(123 kb)