Public question time
Question time forms are provided at Council meetings and at the links below if you wish to raise an issue with Councillors and/or Council staff. Council adopted a new Meeting Procedure Local Law on 14 October 2019 and the public now has the choice to present their own questions to Council or have them read out by a Council officer at each Council meeting.
Statement – Coronavirus (COVID-19)
At the time of printing this Agenda and, as per advice received from the Federal and State Governments regarding public gatherings and social distancing, the Council Meeting to be held on Tuesday 9 June 2020 will proceed and remain open to the public. However, we encourage all members of the public to view the meeting via Council’s live webcast rather than attend the meeting in person.
To view the webcast please visit Council's website:
Please note that the advice provided above could change quickly as we are regularly updated by the Federal and State Governments. Please stay informed about the status of the Council Meeting by visiting Council’s website at:
To save time, you can download the question time form or submit your questions online.
Please click here to download Council Meeting Public Question Time Guidelines.
If submitting this form at the Council meeting, it must be submitted by 7pm. If submitting the form online, it must be submitted by 12 noon on the day of the Council meeting. (See page 2 of the form for requirements that apply under Council's current Meeting Procedure Local Law).