Council Meetings

Council holds an Ordinary Meeting of Council once a month. The Ordinary Meeting of Council enables Council to consider reports from its Committees and Officers, correspondence from ratepayers, to develop policy and make important decisions on behalf of the community.

Meetings are open to the public, except in circumstances where agenda items are considered to be confidential and as a result may be closed to the public for those particular items only.

Council Meeting Information

Council Meeting Information

The Ordinary Council Meetings are held on the third Tuesday of the month in the Council Chambers at Wollondilly Shire Council Administration Building (62-64 Menangle Street, Picton) and commence at 6.30pm.

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Community Forums are held on the second Monday of the month in the foyer of Council's Administration Building, 62-64 Menangle Street, Picton. Community Forums commence at 6.30pm.

Community Forums provide the community with the opportunity to address Council on matters relating to the Council Meeting Agenda or any general matter. Council will consider community questions and statements when making decisions and analysing Council Meeting Agenda items.

In order to address Council at a Community Forum you must submit a Community Forum Question/Statement Form prior to 12pm on the day of the Community Forum.

Council encourages anyone interested in attending and/or addressing Council at the Community Forum to read the Community Forum Guidelines prior to attending the Community Forum Meeting.


Community Forum Question/Statement Form

Online Community Forum Question/Statement Form


Community Forum Guidelines

A Guide to your Community Forum

A Guide to your Community Forum Presentation

A Guide to the Community Forum Question/Statement Form

Relevant Links

Community Forum Meeting Documents


Extraordinary Council Meetings may be called from time to time. The public will be given a minimum of three days notice of any Extraordinary Meetings of Council.

All Extraordinary Meetings of Council will be held at the Council Chambers unless otherwise advised.

A Notice of Motion (NOM) can be a request for action regarding any matter relevant to Council and must be moved, seconded and adopted in the same way a Motion is put up to Council to resolve.

Notices of Motion can be found in the Supplementary Agenda on the Ordinary Council Meeting Documents Page.

View NOMs prior to 16 July 2018.

The Register of Voting Decisions on Planning Matters lists the individual votes made by Councillors at Council Meetings on planning matters.

To view the Register of Voting Decisions on Planning Matters visit Council's Meeting Documents page.