Council Meetings

Public Attendance

Members of the public will now be able to attend the meetings subject to compliance with State Government COVID-19 regulations. Although there are no longer maximum density requirements in place due to COVID-19, please consider your own personal circumstances and vulnerabilities before attending in person.

Registration will open on the Thursday before the meeting.  Only members of the public who have registered for the meeting will be able to attend. On the evening of the meeting doors will open at 6.40 pm with attendance required by no later than 6.50pm to allow time for check in and seating of attendees prior to commencement of the meeting. If you have registered but no longer wish to attend please advise our Customer Contact Team prior to the meeting.

Please book your ticket below or by clicking on this link https://events.humanitix.com/clarence-city-council-meetings

Deputations

Applications for deputations will need to be received by noon on the Friday before the council meeting. Deputations can be provided in person at the meeting. As a temporary measure during on‑going COVID-19 restrictions, submissions will still be accepted in writing (300 words) to be read out during the relevant section of the agenda. These submissions are to be received by 4pm on the day of the meeting.

 

Public Question Time

Questions on Notice are to be submitted in accordance with council’s Public Question Time procedures (see council’s website for information). Questions without notice may be asked in person at the Council Meeting or may be provided in writing to clarence@ccc.tas.gov.au by 4pm on the day of the meeting to be read out during the relevant section of the agenda.

 

Viewing the Council Meeting

Meetings will still be livestreamed via a link on council’s Facebook Page and website and an audio-visual recording will be published to council’s website.

The Agenda will be available here, on the Thursday before the meeting.

Deputations

Find out more about addressing a council meeting on any subject of concern or interest to the city.

Deputations

Petitions

Members of the public may submit petitions to council for consideration. Find out more about petitions.

Petitions

Closed meetings

Find out more about closed meetings of council.

Closed meetings