Council and Committee meetings are held on the second Tuesday of each month and the Council Assessment Panel (CAP) meetings are held on the fourth Wednesday of each month.
Council, Committee and CAP meetings are open to the public and media except on occasions where there is discussion of confidential items relating to, for example, staff or legal matters. Meetings are held in the Council Chambers situated at 62 Commercial Road, Port Adelaide.
Council, Committee and CAP agenda papers are available at the Council meeting or from the Civic Centre and Library - Council Offices on the Friday before the meeting. Minutes are available on the Friday following the meeting or within five days of the meeting. Council and CAP agendas, reports and minutes can also be accessed on Council's website - refer to the links on the left.
The ordinary meetings of Council will be held in the Council Chamber, 62 Commercial Road, Port Adelaide
(unless specified elsewhere) at 7pm on the following dates:
|22 January 2019|
|12 February 2019||
|12 March 2019|
|9 April 2019|
|14 May 2019||
|11 June 2019|
|9 July 2019|
|13 August 2019|
|10 September 2019|
|8 October 2019|
|12 November 2019|
|10 December 2019|
Workshops, information sessions and informal gatherings of Elected Members, or Elected Members and council staff are, by their nature, a non-compulsory meeting of the council.
These sessions are designed to provide history, context or additional information to assist council members to carry out their functions.
Members of the public are able to attend as observers only and are not to take part in the discussion. Refer to the Council policy (Informal Gatherings) for additional information.
Any workshops, information sessions or informal gatherings closed to the public will be specified and will include a reason.
A petition is a formal written request or submission to Council, which has been signed by multiple people. A standard petition form is available and provides a good template for compiling a petition. The petition should comply with the template. The regulations also state that a petition should:
Petitions submitted to Council may be provided to members of the public upon request.
Groups and/or individuals may appear before Council or its Committees in order to address the Elected Members on a particular matter of concern to either themselves or a group of people whom they represent. This is called a Deputation.
To present a deputation at a meeting please contact us using one of the methods below:
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) will provide the request to the Principal Member (the Mayor) who will determine if the deputation will be heard at the meeting of Council, one of its Committees, or refused.
The CEO will inform the person requesting the deputation of the outcome (and provide details of the meeting to the person if the deputation is accepted and that they will be permitted to speak for up to 5 minutes with time after to respond to any questions from Elected Members).
If the Principal Member refuses to allow a deputation to appear at a meeting, the Presiding Member must report the decision to the next meeting of the council.
Please provide at least 5 business days’ notice prior to the date of the meeting to which your request relates.