Freedom of Information

What is Freedom of Information?

The Freedom of Information Act 1991 provides a legally enforceable right of access to documents within South Australian State & Local Government’s possession. The purpose of Freedom of Information (FOI) is to make the business of government and Council is open and accountable.

The Freedom of Information Act 1991 allows you -

  • to access documents within the council’s possession
  • amend documents that relate to you

A large number of Council documents are available to the public through the City of Playford website. Printed copies of these documents are also available at Customer Care Centres.

The Freedom of Information Act provides access to some of the documents not already available to the public.

How can I make an application?

If you wish to make an application under the Freedom of Information Act, you will need to lodge a formal request and pay an application fee (see Fees & Charges Schedule for fee information).

Requests for documents are required to be made in writing and addressed to:
     Freedom of Information Officer, City of Playford,
     12 Bishopstone Road,
     Davoren Park, SA 5113

All enquiries relating to Freedom of Information matters may be directed to the Freedom of Information Officer between 9.00 am and 5.00 pm, Monday to Friday by telephone 8256 0227.

Request for Access Forms are available to download here, from City of Playford Customer Care Centres or State Records of South Australia website.

Freedom of Information Statement

The Information Statement provides a description of the functions and structure of council, the types of documents held by council and the ways in which the public can participate in formulating the council’s policies and the delivery of its functions. Click here to view the statement.

 

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