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City of Palmerston

This article is about a local government area and authority. For the city, see Palmerston, Northern Territory.
City of Palmerston
Northern Territory
Location within Darwin metropolitan area
Population 29,346(2009)[1]
Established 1981
Area 95.6 km2 (36.9 sq mi)
Mayor Ian Abbott
Council seat Palmerston City
Region Outer Darwin
Federal Division(s) Solomon
Palmerston logo2.png
Website
LGAs around City of Palmerston:
Darwin Litchfield
Cox Peninsula City of Palmerston Litchfield
Litchfield Litchfield Litchfield

The City of Palmerston is a local government area of the Northern Territory. It contains the suburbs of Darwin's satellite city, Palmerston, and is situated between the outer industrial areas of Darwin and the rural areas of Howard Springs. The City covers an area of 56.3 km² and has a population of about 25,000.

The Palmerston City Council consists of the Mayor and six aldermen. The city is not divided into wards, thus each alderman represents constituents from the entire city. Council elections are held on the third Saturday in March in leap years.

History

The City of Palmerston was incorporated in 1981 under the Local Government Act (NT), and in 2000 was proclaimed the Northern Territory's second city.

Suburbs

Suburbs of the inner city and of the outskirts, with post codes in parenthesis:

Suburbs Map Inner City Outskirts

Sister cities


References

External links

  • Palmerston City Council website
  • map with suburb boundaries

Coordinates: 12°29′38″S 130°58′54″E / 12.4939°S 130.9818°E / -12.4939; 130.9818

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