Facebook is a free-access social networking website that is operated and privately owned. Users can join networks organized by city, workplace, school, and region to connect and interact with other people. People can also add friends and send them messages, and update their personal profiles to notify friends about themselves.
City of Melville on Facebook
The City of Melville is broadening it's community engagement and information options by developing a Social Media Strategy, which includes the opportunity to develop and expand on a presence in facebook.
At this time, this presence will be limited to providing feeds of corporate information to our Facebook page, but may expand further.
Please note, you must be a facebook member to view this page.
- For more information about Facebook, click here
- For Facebook terms and conditions, click here
Why are you using Facebook?
The City of Melville is committed to informing and engaging our community and stakeholders.
- Our Facebook page supplements the information we publish on our website, and what subscribers receive through our eNews service.
- We can remind you of important events and alert you to late-breaking news.
- We can link to interesting and useful information about the City of Melville published by other people.
- We can better communicate with those using mobile devices.
But we’re also aware of the changing nature of communication on the internet and our use of this channel will be influenced by your participation and response to it.
Will you respond to my replies or direct messages via Facebook?
We will not reply to replies or direct messages on Facebook.
If you have formal requests, complaints, comments, requests for resolution of issues regarding City services, facilities staff or Councillors, please use our online customer service centre
All users of the internet need to be aware of the possible risks, so that they can make the most of the all the amazing opportunities for communication, entertainment, education, business and much more which are available online.
Documents courtesy of the South Australian Government Information Economy Directorate