The process of managing flood risk is assisted by the Floodplain Risk Management Committee. The committee is made up of Councillors, Council Staff from a variety of areas across Council, NSW Government Agencies and Community representatives. The Committee has an advisory role and makes recommendations to Council for its consideration.
New Expressions Of Interest (EOI) for Community Members on the Floodplain Risk Management Committee
Wollondilly Shire Council is seeking community representatives to sit on Council’s Floodplain Risk Management Committee. The Floodplain Risk Management Committee will provide advice to Council through the Floodplain Risk Management process in accordance with the NSW Governments Flood Prone Land Policy and Floodplain Development Manual.
The community members will provide an important voice on the Committee that includes representatives from State Government Agencies, Councillors and Council Staff.
A total of six community members from three broad focus areas is sought to encourage representation from a range of perspectives:
- Business/Industry focus
- Environmental focus
- Local Community focus
While the first floodplain to be studied by the Committee will be Stonequarry Creek and the Picton town centre, other floodplains are likely to follow and knowledge of other areas will also be beneficial.
How to apply (Applications close 4pm on Thursday 20 July)
There are three ways you can can request to join this committee:
- Completing the online EOI form
- Submitting a hard copy EOI. Hard copies can be collected from Council's Customer Service Desk at 62 - 64 Menangle St, Picton
- Downloading the EOI form from the website and mailing to Council at PO Box 21 Picton, NSW 2571
Council's Manager Infrastructure Planning on 4677 1100 or firstname.lastname@example.org