The City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters holds monthly Council meetings. Members of the public are welcome to attend.
The Council encourages public participation in its decision-making process. Council meetings are only closed to the public when topics are of a confidential nature, such as an individual's financial circumstances, a particular staff member or legal matters.
Council meetings are conducted in accordance with:
For more information on public access to meetings and documents (including when matters will be considered in confidence) download: Code of Practice – Access to Meetings & Documents
Council meetings calendar
Council meetings are held on the first Monday of the month at 7pm.
In the event of a public holiday, the meeting will be held on the first Tuesday of the month, unless otherwise determined by the Council.
Norwood Town Hall
175 The Parade, Norwood (enter via George Street and proceed up the stairs to the Council Chamber)
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NOTE: Due to COVID-19, Council meetings will be held online. You can stream the next Council meeting here on Monday 6 July at 7.00pm.
How to participate
Members of the public have the opportunity to express their views on particular issues before the Council in the following ways:
Deputations to the Council
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.
Written petitions can be addressed to the Council on any issue within the Council's jurisdiction.
Contact Elected Members
Members of the public can contact the Elected Members of the Council to discuss any issue relevant to the Council.
Members of the public can write to the Council on any Council policy, activity or service.