The Wakefield Regional Council is committed to providing services to the community in the most cost effective manner possible, while at the same time constructing and properly maintaining vital infrastructure for the benefit of existing and future generations.
To ensure that it meets its obligations to the community, Council annually monitors its performance in the four key areas of Governance, Community Satisfaction, Financial and Asset Management, and Quality of Life. Information provided by the community, Government Agencies and other sources allows the Council to assess trends in its own performance, and to compare itself with the average results for similar Councils in the Region and around South Australia.
Direct comparisons with other Councils must be treated very cautiously and are not recommended, since there are many factors which contribute to and affect a Councils individual performance, and a one-to-one comparison will therefore often produce misleading results.
Wakefield Regional Council will not use or disclose any information about you without your consent , or access your communications on our website, unless acting under a good faith belief that such action is necessary to:
- enforce the statements and notices of Wakefield Regional Council
- protect the rights or property of the Wakefield Regional Council
- protect the interests of the Wakefield Regional Council users and, or members of the public
- lessen a serious threat to a persons health or safety; or
- comply with the law.
Wakefield Regional Council will not sell, lease or rent its member lists to any third parties.
No attempt will be made, at any stage during a user's visit to the Wakefield Regional Council website, to identify the user except in the event of an investigation, where a law enforcement agency may exercise a warrant to inspect the logs that facilitates the Wakefield Regional Council.