Council currently convenes a range of Committees that meet throughout the year. The two main types of committees supported by Council are Advisory Committees and Management Committees.
Council's Advisory Committees (CACs) can be established for a range of purposes with the intent of providing Council with advice and recommendations to inform the decisions made by Council. A full list of Council's Committees can be found on the Council Advisory Committees page.
Community Management Committees are similar to CACs, however members of these committees are delegated by Council. Under the Local Government Act (1993) Council can appoint these committees to manage certain facilities and/or functions within the community and make decisions on Council's behalf within the limits of their Terms of Reference. A full list of Council's Section 355 Committees can be found on the Section 355 Committees page.
Council also facilitate various other committees, for a list of these visit council's Other Committees page.
Emergency management is a legislative requirement for Local Government; as a result, the Local Emergency Management Committee was established to overview, plan and test the local community emergency management arrangements in Wollondilly.
The aim of the Leisure Centre Users Advisory Group is to provide an opportunity for the ongoing communication and cooperation of existing community user groups and centre management.
Council are currently looking for members of the community to join a Community Advisory Committee.
Wollondilly Shire Council is required to adopt a Code of Conduct and Code of Conduct Procedures and sets out the standards of conduct expected of Council Officials.
Under Section 355, 377 and 378 of the Local Government Act 1993, Wollondilly Shire Council is able to delegate some of its functions to a Committee of Council. Community Management Committees are facilitated by Council and made up of community members who are able to manage some of Council's community facilities.
The Traffic Committee reviews and responds to traffic issues within Wollondilly. The Committee has representatives from the NSW Police Force, Roads and Maritime Services, the Local State Member of Parliament, and Council.
The Audit Committee was established to provide Council with independent, objective assurance and consulting services, in order to add value and improve Council's operations. The committee is composed of two Councillors and three independent external members who have the ability to vote; along with a number of other Council officers...