Naming options for two parks in Aldinga Beach

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Local residents have suggested we consider a formal name for two parks in Aldinga Beach.

We are currently considering a formal name for two parks in Aldinga Beach located on Greenlees Parade and Periwinkle Drive, separated by Pridham Boulevard (refer to the map in the document library).

From 11 May to 7 June 2021 we asked our communities to identify any existing names or suggested names for the parks. We wrote to residents living nearby, and emailed local community groups seeking their input.

We received a number of suggested names, and they were assessed against the criteria outlined in council’s Place Naming Policy. We also considered whether Aboriginal names may be appropriate for the parks.

All suitable name options were presented to elected members in a report to Council in July. Council selected 15 names (see here) to progress to the second stage of community engagement.

From 20 August to 20 September the community voted for their preferred name(s).

We are now collating the community feedback, and will present it in a report to Council in November where elected members will decide on the formal names for the two parks. Once a decision has been made we will contact everyone that has participated in the place naming process to let them know the outcome. We will also order signs for the parks to display the new names.

Local residents have suggested we consider a formal name for two parks in Aldinga Beach.

We are currently considering a formal name for two parks in Aldinga Beach located on Greenlees Parade and Periwinkle Drive, separated by Pridham Boulevard (refer to the map in the document library).

From 11 May to 7 June 2021 we asked our communities to identify any existing names or suggested names for the parks. We wrote to residents living nearby, and emailed local community groups seeking their input.

We received a number of suggested names, and they were assessed against the criteria outlined in council’s Place Naming Policy. We also considered whether Aboriginal names may be appropriate for the parks.

All suitable name options were presented to elected members in a report to Council in July. Council selected 15 names (see here) to progress to the second stage of community engagement.

From 20 August to 20 September the community voted for their preferred name(s).

We are now collating the community feedback, and will present it in a report to Council in November where elected members will decide on the formal names for the two parks. Once a decision has been made we will contact everyone that has participated in the place naming process to let them know the outcome. We will also order signs for the parks to display the new names.

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Please choose your preferred name(s) for the parks.  

    You must be registered on Your Say Onkaparinga to participate, and can only vote once.

    Each vote for a name will count as a single vote for that name.  For example, if you select three names they will receive one vote each.

    Given you can only vote once and votes cannot be changed, please double-check your selections before you click on the 'submit' button.

    Please note that the voting results will be presented to Council to consider along with any other factors when choosing formal names for the two parks.

    Thank you for taking an interest in naming the parks.

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