Council and committee meetings

This page provides information about the City of Stirling's council and committee meetings.

  • The City of Stirling’s council comprises of 14 elected members, with two councillors representing each of our seven wards. Council is responsible for making decisions on behalf of the community.

    Council meetings take place on the first and third Tuesday of every month at 7.00pm, at 25 Cedric Street in Stirling.

    Attending council meetings

    Members of the community are welcome to attend council meetings.

    Community members are welcome to ask questions during the allocated public question time, which generally lasts 15 minutes and takes place at the beginning of the meeting.

    If you’d like to ask a question, please complete a submission form in advance to allow for research on complex matters.

    Public question time submission form

  • The City of Stirling has several committees that meet on a regular basis. These committees make recommendations to Council in their specific areas of responsibility.

    All committee meetings are open to the public, with the exception of audit committee meetings. Find out more about the City's committee meetings below:

    Audit committee

    Responsible for overseeing auditing, corporate governance and risk management.

    CEO’s performance review committee

    These meetings are held between June and September on a Tuesday evening starting at 5.30pm.

    Community and resources committee

    This committee advises Council on matters such as waste management, community services, recreations, sustainability and arts and culture. The committee usually meets at 6.00pm on the fourth Tuesday of the month.

    Planning and development committee

    This committee advises Council on matters involving the City of Stirling’s planning and development directorate and covers items such as development approvals, urban planning, economic development and urban regeneration.​ The committee usually meets at 6.00pm on the second Tuesday of the month.

    Attending committee meetings

    Members of the community are welcome to attend committee meetings, with the exception of the audit committee.

    Community members are welcome to make a deputation on an agenda item either in favour of or against the recommendation listed in the agenda.

    The Presiding Member will call community members wishing to make a deputation forward just prior to the item.

    If you would like to make a deputation, please complete a submission form.

    Deputation submission form

    Did you know?

    During committee meetings, members of the community are permitted to make a statement, also known as a deputation, in favour of, or against an item listed on the meeting agenda. If you would like to make a statement at a committee meeting, please complete a Deputation Submission Form.

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