Any member of the public can attend Council Meetings to hear what is going on and watch Councillors vote on a particular issue.
The meetings involve decision-making on topics including:
- town planning
- the construction of community facilities
- community services
- a range of policies that guide the City's actions
Meeting agendas and minutes
Ordinary Council meetings are held monthly on the first Tuesday of the month from 6.30pm.
The November and December meetings will be held on the second Tuesday of the month.
- 6 February - held at Barry Road Community Activity Centre, 36 Barry Road, Thomastown commencing at 6.30pm
- 6 March
- 3 April
- 24 April - Special Council Meeting to advertise the proposed 2018-19 Council Budget and Action Plan
- 1 May
- 5 June
- 26 June - Special Council Meeting to adopt the 2018/19 proposed Council Budget and Action Plan at 6pm
- 3 July
- 7 August
- 4 September
- 2 October
- 1 November - Statutory Council Meeting to elect the Mayor and Deputy Mayor at 7pm
- 13 November
- 11 December
25 Ferres Boulevard
South Morang (Melway 183 A10)
During the meeting, Council will answer questions from residents and ratepayers - usually at the start of the meeting.
You should submit your question in writing before the meeting starts at 6.30pm - it's recommended that you submit your question as early as possible to ensure sufficient information can be provided in the verbal response.
You can submit your question form by:
- Question box
Place it in the question box in the Council Chamber by 6.30pm on the day of the meeting.
Fax it to 9409 9810 by 4pm on the day of the meeting.
Email it to email@example.com by 4pm on the day of the meeting.
Council is committed to ensuring that all residents and ratepayers can contribute to Council’s democratic process so if you have any special requirements, please call our Governance Team before a Council Meeting on 9217 2294.
Council meeting procedures
You can find information about how Whittlesea Council is governed and how the Mayor is elected in our Procedural Matters Local Law.
This local law regulates:
- how the Council Common Seal can be used
- procedures for Ordinary Council Meetings, Special Meetings, Advisory Committee Meetings, and Special Committees Meetings
- the process for electing the Mayor and Chairpersons.