Electors meetings

The Local Government Act 1995 states that the City of Stirling must hold:

  • A General Meeting of Electors once every financial year
  • A Special Meeting of Electors upon presentation of a petition signed by 100 electors.

General Meeting of Electors

The purpose of the meeting is as follows:

  • To receive the annual report, annual financial statements and auditor's report for the previous financial year
  • Other general business.

The meeting is attended by the Mayor, councillors and business unit directors, who are happy to answer any questions.

If you would like a question to be asked at the electors' general meeting, please submit the following form:

Public question time submission form

Special Meeting of Electors

As outlined in the Local Government Act 1995, electors of the City of Stirling may call for a special meeting by submitting a petition to the Mayor. The petition must be signed by 100 electors and specify the matters to be discussed.

The special meeting must then be held no more than 35 days after the day on which the Mayor receives the request.

If you would like a question to be asked at the special electors' general meeting, please submit the following form:

Public question time submission form