Wakefield Regional Council

Health & Wellbeing

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Wakefield Regional Council strives to protect and promote a high standard of public and environmental health within the Council area.
Council's Environmental Health Officer has a responsibility to inspect and monitor the environment, health and hygiene of public services, to ensure compliance with the legislation and protect the community. Areas of concern for Council include food safety and hygiene, environmental protection, pollution prevention, public health investigations and vector control. 
 
If you have any concerns regarding public health, please contact the Council office by phoning 8862 0800, or emailing admin@wrc.sa.gov.au
 
STARCLUB - Club Development Program

Upcoming education and training sessions for sporting clubs and recreation groups for 
STARClub Workshop Program Oct-Dec 2018(613 kb).

Sessions are free!

 

Recreation, Sport and Open Spaces Strategy

The Recreation, Sport and Open Space Strategy developed in 2014 was supported through grant funding from the Office for Recreation and Sport and the Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure. In 2017, the Starclub Field Officer consulted with each council in the Lower Mid North Region to consider council achievements, recognise future opportunities and identify desired changes to the Strategy.

This report was revised in February 2018:
YP and Lower Mid North Region - Recreation, Sport and Open Space Strategy(8967 kb)

 

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