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General Council

Council is a corporate body and can only make decisions by resolution. This means a motion must be put to a properly-convened meeting and can only be passed by a majority vote.

With the exception of the Mayor, who chairs the meeting, all members present at a Council meeting vote on every motion put to the meeting. The Mayor has a casting vote only if the voting is tied.

About General Council Meetings

General Council meetings are held in the Council Chamber at 245 Sturt Rd, Sturt on Tuesday evenings from 6.30pm.

The capacity of the Council Chambers Gallery is a maximum of 30 persons seated. Entry into the Chamber will be managed to ensure we stay within this limit. The proceedings will not be broadcast outside of the Chambers . A copy of the minutes and audio of the Council Meeting is available on our website by 5pm on the Friday following the meeting.

Register your attendance here:

Please register your interest in attending on the Council Meeting - Registration of Attendance by 4pm on the day of the meeting.

An agenda listing the issues and relevant reports for discussion at the meeting is made available to the public in advance so that everyone has the opportunity to be aware of matters before Council. Copies are available online three clear days before the meeting or hard copies can be viewed at the Council's Administration Centre or online at any of our three libraries.

To download agendas and minutes for each meeting, see below.

Meeting Audio

You can listen to audio from the General Council meetings to hear what the Elected Members have been discussing. Please note that due to technical difficulties the audio is not always available for each meeting.

Council now welcomes in person attendance and are no longer offering a live stream.

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