The City of Devonport prides itself on its sense of community and community spirit. Council's Community Services Department strives to offer a wide range of services to all members of the community including families, youth, seniors, all abilities and those from varying ethnic backgrounds.
Council has formed successful partnerships with other community organisations in order to deliver some of the most up-to-date and relevant programs to the members of our community. We are always on the look out for fresh, innovative ideas that will assist us to continue to instill the strong sense of community throughout the City.
Council has introduced a "Spirit of the City" Award to recognise the outstanding achievement and contribution made to the City of Devonport by dedicated and deserving non-residents, whom have made significant contribution to the promotion and advancement of Devonport over a period of time. Find out more about the nomination process ....
Devonport City Council monitors change in the City on a regular basis, including changes to the City User Populations, number of dwellings and environmental factors affecting the City.
The Australian Bureau of Statistics conducts a census every five years to provide a snapshot of the Australian population. The City of Devonport Community Profile uses key census characteristics to provide understanding on the size, shape and structure of the City of Devonport and sub areas of the population. The community profile is designed to inform community groups, investors, business, students and the general public. It includes results from the 2006, 2001, 1996, and 1991 Censuses of Population and Housing.
The 2006 Census identified a number of key changes to the profile of Devonport City residents. The following resource highlights the key changes from 2001 to 2006 with a focus on:
To access detailed demographic information on Devonport and our community, please click on the link below: