Agenda and Minutes Archive
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Adelaide Hills Council meetings are conducted in accordance with legislation. Decisions made at Council meetings are an important part of Council's operations, and provide the direction and authority for ongoing operations of the Council.
Adelaide Hills Council meetings are conducted in accordance with legislation. An important part of a Council's operations, decisions made by Council Members at Council meetings provides the direction and authority for ongoing operations of the Council.
Council meetings are held on the fourth Tuesday of the month. In the event of a public holiday, the meeting will be held on the fourth Wednesday of the month, unless otherwise determined by the Council.
Agendas are available on this website four days prior to each meeting, with minutes available as soon as practical following the meeting. Electronic copies of Council agendas and minutes can be downloaded from the meeting schedule below.
At each Ordinary Council meeting, the Chief Executive Officer provides a brief corporate update which can also be downloaded from the meeting schedule below.
Members of the public are most welcome to attend Council meetings in person or virtually. Please check the schedule below for times, locations and virtual access details.
Members of the public may attend Council meetings in person. The meeting space allows for a maximum of 12 attendees, so bookings must be made in advance by emailing the Council.
We will be doing our best to accommodate all requests, and we reserve the right to amend or alter attendance arrangements to comply with meeting procedures, COVID-19 advice, or other obligations. Mask wearing is recommended.
Members of the public are welcome to access the Zoom live-stream for scheduled Council meetings to view the proceedings.
Zoom link — Click here
Zoom meeting ID — 858 3372 4677
Zoom passcode — 313 318
Please do not attend Council meetings if you are unwell or have any cold or flu symptoms including fever, cough, sore throat, runny nose, headache, chills, body aches or muscle pain; shortness of breath, unexplained loss of smell or altered sense of taste.
Members of the public have the opportunity to express their views on particular issues before the Council in the following ways:
With the written permission of the Mayor, a member of the public can address the Council or a Committee personally or on behalf of a group of residents, on any item relevant to the Council or that Committee.
Members of the public seeking to make a deputation at a Council or Council Committee meeting should download and complete a Deputation Request Form.
Completed forms should be returned:
By email to email@example.com
or phone 08 8408 0400
Members of the public can write to the Council on any Council policy, activity or service.
All previous agendas, minutes and associated reports can be found in the archive on the page below.