|City of Port Adelaide Enfield|
|Population||121,230 (2016 census)|
|o Density||1,290/km2 (3,340/sq mi)|
|Established||26 March 1996|
|Area||94 km2 (36.3 sq mi)|
|Council seat||Port Adelaide|
|State electorate(s)||Port Adelaide, Lee, Cheltenham, Croydon, Playford, Enfield, Torrens, Florey, Dunstan|
|Federal Division(s)||Port Adelaide, Adelaide, Makin, Sturt|
|Website||City of Port Adelaide Enfield|
The City of Port Adelaide Enfield, located across inner north and north-western suburbs of Adelaide, is one of the largest metropolitan councils within South Australia. It was established on 26 March 1996 by the amalgamation of the City of Port Adelaide and the City of Enfield.
Extending from the River Torrens to Outer Harbor, and covering an area of approximately 97 km², the Port Adelaide Enfield contains some of the South Australia's finest historical buildings and landmarks. The Port Adelaide area is known as the History Precinct, as it is home to the Maritime Museum, the National Railway Museum and the Aviation Museum.
As of 2018 There are 17 ward councillors who represent the residents and businesses of their wards at council meetings.the current Mayor is Claire Boan, who was elected in 2018.
The current council as of November 2018is:
|Labor||Michael Iammarrone||Deputy Mayor|
|Outer Harbor||result pending|
|Port Adelaide||Independent||Joost den Hartog|
The City of Port Adelaide Enfield was established on 26 March 1996 by the amalgamation of the City of Port Adelaide and the City of Enfield.
The council of Port Adelaide was established on 27 December 1855 when Port Adelaide was declared a Corporate Town centred at the port of Adelaide which had been opened some years prior in 1837. From 1884 to 1900 five adjacent district councils were amalgamated with the Corporate Town of Port Adelaide, dramatically increasing its size. In 1901 Port Adelaide was proclaimed a city by Governor Tennyson.
Centred around the township of Enfield, the District Council of Yatala south was formed in 1868 when the District Council of Yatala was divided in two. Dry Creek and the Dry Creek-Port Adelaide railway line formed the new council's northern boundary. In 1933, Yatala South was renamed to be Enfield council. In 1944 Enfield district council became a municipality and in 1953, thanks to the post-war boom in population, it was upgraded to city status.
Formed on 18 June 1868 when the original Yatala Council (see Yatala) was divided into DCs of Yatala North and Yatala South. On 22 June 1933 Yatala South was renamed DC of Enfield.