By-Laws are supplementary legislation set by local governments to manage, control and regulate activities within the boundaries of a Council. The power of Councils to set By-Laws is given under the Local Government Act 1999.
The Council’s By-Laws do not replace or override existing state legislation, but are additional and often relate to various matters of the public interest.
Any person who commits a breach of a by-law is guilty of an offence under the Local Government Act 1999. Some offences are subject to the expiation fees set by Council in the annual Fees and Charges Schedule.
The City of Port Adelaide Enfield has seven By-Laws that were passed in July 2015 and made operational on 23 November 2015. They are accessible under Current By-Laws at the bottom of this page.
The By-Laws are periodically reviewed by the Council and require support from a two-thirds majority of Elected Members to be passed.
City of Port Adelaide EnfieldCivic Centre
163 St Vincent St, Port Adelaide
PO Box 110, Port Adelaide SA 5015
ABN 68 399 090 894
Then ask for (08) 8405 6600
34 Nile St, Port Adelaide
62 Commercial Rd, Port Adelaide
Street Light Faults - Power Failure
SA Power Networks
Water & Sewerage Emergencies
1300 883 121
1 Kensington Cres, Enfield
2 Fosters Rd, Greenacres
46 Trafford Street, Angle Park
2-4 Church St, Port Adelaide
14 Semaphore Rd, Semaphore
66 Commercial Rd, Port Adelaide
Enfield Community Centre
540 Regency Rd, Enfield
Hillcrest Community Centre
27-31 Queensborough Ave, Hillcrest
Kilburn Community Centre
59 Gladstone Ave, Kilburn