LOCKSMITH AROUND MITCHAM COUNCIL
THE SUBURBS IN THE LOCAL COUNCIL AREA OF MITCHAM ARE LISTED BELOW. IF YOU’RE IN NEED OF A PROFESSIONAL LOCKSMITH, JUST CLICK ON THE SUBURB NAME WHERE YOU’RE LOCATED. WE’RE ONLY A PHONE CALL AWAY.
HISTORY OF MITCHAM COUNCIL
The council was founded on 10 May 1853 as the District Council of Mitcham and was the first local government area formally founded in South Australia after the City of Adelaide. It lost the part of the council west of Goodwood Road to the District Council of Brighton (later the City of Marion) on 19 December 1854. In 1871, Unley and surrounding areas were severed from the Mitcham council to create the Corporate Town of Unley. It lost another area on 25 October 1883, when portions of the council around Stirling were detached to form the new District Council of Stirling. It gained city status in 1947, becoming the City of Mitcham.
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