|City of Norwood, Payneham & St Peters|
|Population||35,362 (2016 census)|
|• Density||2,342/km2 (6,065/sq mi)|
|Area||15.1 km2 (5.8 sq mi)|
|Mayor||Robert Bria |
|State electorate(s)||Bragg, Dunstan, Hartley|
|Federal Division(s)||Adelaide, Sturt|
|Website||City of Norwood, Payneham & St Peters|
The City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters is a metropolitan local government area of South Australia. It covers the inner eastern suburbs of Adelaide. It is divided into five wards: Torrens, Payneham, West Norwood/Kent Town, Kensington (each electing two councillors), and Maylands/Trinity (three councillors). The council is based at the historic Norwood Town Hall. Comprising the council is a mayor and 13 elected members, who are supported by a chief executive, as well as four general managers and approximately 175 field and inside staff.
It was established on 1 November 1997 with the amalgamation of the City of Kensington and Norwood, the City of Payneham and the Town of St Peters. The original wards at its inception had been East Adelaide and Hackney, Stepney and Maylands, Torrens, Payneham, Trinity, Norwood/Kent Town and Kensington.
|Mayor ||Robert Bria|
|Torrens Ward ||John Minney|
|Payneham Ward ||Carlo Dottore|
|West Norwood / Kent Town Ward ||Sue Whitington|
|Kensington / East Norwood Ward||John Callisto|
|Christel Lorraine Mex|
|Maylands / Trinity Ward ||Mike Stock|
|St Peters Ward ||Evonne Moore|
The City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters has a directly-elected mayor.
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