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Meetings of Council


In accordance with Council’s COVID-19 Risk Assessment for the conduct of Council and Committee Meetings and to ensure Council maintains social distancing, anyone wishing to attend a meeting of Council are required to register their intention to attend prior to the meeting. Council reserves the right to restrict or limit the number of public attendees at meetings.
 

Register to attend a Council or Committee Meeting

Please call 02 9330 6400 or email mail@georgesriver.nsw.gov.au to register your attendance at a meeting. Registration is required before 3.00pm on the day of the meeting.
 
The Community is encouraged to watch the live broadcast.

Council meets regularly to make decisions for the local government area. Council’s  Code of Meeting Practice explains how all meetings of Council operate and how you can comment on matters before Council.

Residents are encouraged to participate and can register to speak on any item on an agenda. To lodge a request to speak at a Council or Committee Meeting, please complete the Request to Speak at Council Meeting form. In-person attendance by speakers may be permitted at the discretion of the General Manager.

Council will continue to livestream all Council and Committee meetings to meet the requirements of Section 10 of the Local Government Act 1993.

For further information on Council Meetings refer to the Council and Committee Meeting - Fact Sheet.
 

Committees and Panels

On 4 October 2017, Council resolved to establish the following Committees which will be held on the second Monday of the month:

The role of the committees is to provide specialist knowledge on a specific topic or issue and assist Council to make decisions on matters in the Georges River area.

Georges River Council has four standing committees:

  • Finance and Governance Committee
  • Community and Culture Committee
  • Environment and Planning Committee
  • Assets and Infrastructure Committee
 

Georges River Council has two advisory committees:

  • Floodplain Risk Management Committee
  • Georges River Local Traffic Advisory Committee

Learn more about our committees and panels.
 

Calendar of Committee Meetings

Committees are scheduled for the second Monday of each month, commencing at either 6.00pm or 7.00pm.

  • 6.00pm - Finance and Governance Committee
  • 6.00pm - Community and Culture Committee
  • 7.00pm - Environment and Planning Committee
  • 7.00pm - Assets and Infrastructure Committee
     

Calendar of Council Meetings

  • 23 May 2022
  • 27 June 2022
  • 25 July 2022
  • 22 August 2022
  • 26 September 2022

In accordance with a resolution of Council, all Ordinary Council Meetings are scheduled for the fourth Monday of each month, commencing at 7.00pm.

Extraordinary Council meetings are called when required.  

Each meeting of Council is minuted, and the Minutes are published on Council’s website. 
 

Meeting Broadcasts

Council is migrating to a new broadcast platform, this will see some minor changes when connecting to the broadcast. For changes see the Broadcast connection guide.

Meeting Type Start time Broadcast link
Council Meeting 7:00 pm  
Traffic Committee Meeting 10:00 am  
Local Planning Panel Meeting 4:00 pm
Community and Culture Committee Meeting 6:00 pm  
Assets and Infrastructure Committee Meeting 7:00 pm  
Finance and Governance Committee Meeting 6:00 pm  
Environment and Planning Committee Meeting 7:00 pm  
Floodplain Risk Management Committee Meeting 4:30 pm  
  

Meeting Webcast Archive
 

Council Business Papers

 

Search all agendas and minutes.
 

Monthly Council Legal Cases Reports

The summary of Council's legal cases, status and costs are presented in Current Legal Cases webpage.
 

Former Administrator Minutes

 

Former Council Reports

 

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