Find out about City of Stirling Council meetings, including dates of upcoming meetings and agenda. You can also find out about Electors meetings, attending Council meetings and making a petition here.
Council meeting agendas and minutes
The Council of the City of Stirling consists of the 14 elected Councillors sitting as one body, with the Mayor as Chairperson. Council is the policy and decision making body for the City. The Chief Executive Officer and the Directors of the Business Units also attend Council meetings to assist the Councillors with information as required. This section contains all of the City of Stirling Council minutes and agendas as far back as 2004.Go to Council meeting agenda and minutes
Council meeting dates
The City of Stirling Council meets at 7.00 pm on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of every month. Members of the public are welcome to attend and ask questions.Go to Council meeting dates
The Local Government Act 1995 states that the City of Stirling must hold a General Meeting of Electors once every financial year, and a Special Meeting of Electors at the request of a petition signed by 100 electors.
Attending Council and Committee meetings
Members of the public are welcome to attend City of Stirling Council and Committee meetings, and to ask questions. A submission form must be completed in advance, with sufficient time for complex questions to be researched before answering. Find out more about how to get involved.
Electors may petition the City of Stirling Council to take action on a matter, but certain conditions must be met to ensure authenticity. Any Councillor or the City’s CEO can present the petition at an Ordinary Council Meeting, and the business unit responsible will contact the petitioners.