Victoria Road Air Quality Study

Air Quality on Victoria Road - Lefevre Peninsula

The Victoria Road Air Quality Study is a community co-design project being undertaken by the City of Port Adelaide Enfield and the Environment Protection Authority.

The study will monitor outdoor air to analyse air quality and emissions from traffic on Victoria Road and the surrounding residential areas. It will look at how air quality may vary along the road, how far into the residential areas it goes, and how it may be affected by variations in weather conditions.

An independent facilitator has been appointed to establish a Community Panel and members will be asked to:

  • provide feedback on the information provided by the EPA and Council on air quality monitoring
  • provide input to the placement of air quality monitoring sensors; and
  • consider options for improvements based on the outcomes of the project.

If you would like to speak to us about the study, please contact us on:

Please see our document library and news feed for further information.

The Victoria Road Air Quality Study is a community co-design project being undertaken by the City of Port Adelaide Enfield and the Environment Protection Authority.

The study will monitor outdoor air to analyse air quality and emissions from traffic on Victoria Road and the surrounding residential areas. It will look at how air quality may vary along the road, how far into the residential areas it goes, and how it may be affected by variations in weather conditions.

An independent facilitator has been appointed to establish a Community Panel and members will be asked to:

  • provide feedback on the information provided by the EPA and Council on air quality monitoring
  • provide input to the placement of air quality monitoring sensors; and
  • consider options for improvements based on the outcomes of the project.

If you would like to speak to us about the study, please contact us on:

Please see our document library and news feed for further information.

  • Community Panel – applications now open

    14 days ago
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    Council and the EPA are seeking community members (8), from areas including but not limited to:

    • primary school principals or governing council chairpersons
    • local businesses
    • local residents
    • community groups/organisations.

    For the benefit of the project, panel members will be selected to represent the cultural diversity of the Lefevre Peninsula community. People from different backgrounds, gender and geographical locations will all be considered in the assessment of applications. Kaurna applicants are strongly encouraged to apply.

    Application forms can be downloaded from the Document library at the top right of this page. Forms can by submitted by email or post to:

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    Council and the EPA are seeking community members (8), from areas including but not limited to:

    • primary school principals or governing council chairpersons
    • local businesses
    • local residents
    • community groups/organisations.

    For the benefit of the project, panel members will be selected to represent the cultural diversity of the Lefevre Peninsula community. People from different backgrounds, gender and geographical locations will all be considered in the assessment of applications. Kaurna applicants are strongly encouraged to apply.

    Application forms can be downloaded from the Document library at the top right of this page. Forms can by submitted by email or post to:

    Strategic Communication and Engagement Branch
    Environment Protection Authority
    GPO Box 2607, Adelaide SA 5001

    Please note applications close on 26 August 2019.