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Trott Park Neighbourhood Centre
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34 Hessing Cres. Trott Park. Marion, SA, 5158.
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Our population of about 88,900 residents is showing well growth, due in portion to overseas migration which welcomes newcomers from countries such as the United Kingdom, India, China, the Philippines, the eastern countries of Africa and many others. The area features a diversity of housing, topography and cultures and has a significant industrial sector. The City of Marion is a store characterized by diversity and change. Seven kilometers of rugged and beautiful coastline, hundreds of hectares of begin space and bush land lie side by side with modern suburban development. Marion is looking at a coming stuffed of opportunity based on an economy which ranges from retail and advanced manufacturing to clean tech industries, and a focus on learning, community participation and sustainability. The Oakland Park station and the electrification of rail lines are other major opportunities to contribute to a more sustainable tomorrow for Marion. The southern communities of Hallett Cove and Sheidow Park continues to experience meaningful growth, including a fresh shopping center redevelopment and connector road supported by council as piece of its South Plan. The Housing Believe redevelopment at Mitchell Park and tomorrow affordable housing initiatives will also promote increased community well being. Our two vibrant cultural centers, and community festivals such as Marion Celebrates and the Marion Learning festival, are evidence of the energetic and growing community cultures in the area. Council is also committed to establishing a Great Southern Urban Forest, which will bear corridors of unfold space for recreation and biodiversity linking Adelaide’s southern hills to the sea. New wetlands are planned at Oakland Park, Glade Crescent and Hallett Cove, and water sensitive urban design will be old in all tomorrow projects. Geological formations more than 600 million years old are visible at the coastal suburb of Hallett Cove located at the southern tip of the Marion Council area. Over eons, the Kaurna people of the Adelaide Plains have gathered along the Stuart River at Warriparinga which means windy deposit by the river’. Colonial settlement in the 1830s established the Marion village. Modern Marion looks forward to a tomorrow of change, growth and resilience based on accepting and learning from its different histories and a capacity to build on its many community strengths. Councils in South Australia participates in the provision of imperative social and economic infrastructure and, where appropriate, act as an advocate, planner, coordinator and facilitator. City of Marion aims to provide physical, social, environmental and economic services and facilities that profit its area, its ratepayers and its residents, as well as visitors to the area. It also helps Council to ensure that resources are allocated in the most efficient and effective manner. Bear and coordinate various public services and facilities and to prosper its community and resources in a socially honest and ecologically sustainable manner. Foster and flourish initiatives within its community for improving the quality of life of the community. Represent the interests of its community to the wider community. The residents and ratepayers of the area elect the Council to decide the overall direction and policies of the area. The Council then employs a CEO who is the senior member of the staff and, as the manager, is responsible for ensuring that the policies and decisions of the Council are implemented. The CEO also has a responsibility to act as an adviser to the Council and to ensure that the Council acts within the law.

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City of Marion does this by providing a range of services, facilities and programs which save the well being of people within their community, whilst ensuring equitable access by all residents and ratepayers. The provision of services is one of the many ways that City of Marion responds to the needs of the community, with services provided being consistent with Marion's Strategic Directions. Some of the main services include local roads and drainage, waste and recycling management, library and information services, as well as recreation, sporting and cultural activities. Councils consult widely with the community and prepare strategic management plans in response, which guide their annual programs. Councils must ensure that services are delivered in the maximum efficient and effective manner. Some of the statutory services which Council is needed to produce by legislation include: Environmental health (food and public health inspection). Welcome to the City of Marion Community Care, basic maintenance, support and concern services. Community Concern Services are jointly funded by the Commonwealth and State Governments, and the City of Marion to provide a subsidized service to eligible clients who need minimal urge to manage activities at home and do not receive a similar service from any other provider, e.g. Flimsy previous people, 65 years and over living independently in the community. We aim our service to promote, provide and promote your independence, enabling you to continue living at home while maintaining your well being and social connections. In addition to the charges listed, clients are needed to pay for any materials used. Services will go to those in highest need, having regard to the individual's comparative need for a service and not on the individual's capacity to pay. Unfortunately, resources do not provide a capacity to waive or decrease the cost of materials used to provide the service. The purpose of the reimbursement is for health, safety or security services that we do not provide, but ensure the person can continue living independently. Reviews of individual services will also be undertaken periodically. The main aim of the Community Protection service is to promote, bear and encourage independence, enabling people to live at home while maintaining their healthy being and social connections. Various levels of domestic assistance are available to confront identified goals which will aid clients to remain living independently in their home. Focusing on strengths and embedding wellness in all aspects of their life. Replacing light globes and peaceful electrical. Building confidence to reconnect to the community. It is also an inclusive activity and a huge way of making fresh friends. Community Concern has collated information on pharmacy, supermarket and online home delivery services in the City of Marion Council Area. There is a variety of online services available on the City of Marion website, to allow the community speedy and easy access to certain Council services.

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