Public Question Time at Council Meetings

You are able to attend a council meeting as a member of the public. All council meetings are  open to the public, with the exception of when Council decides to close the meeting to the public in certain circumstances.

Public Question Time is a means by which the public can ask questions relating to council activities and seek responses from Council about issues affecting the community that are of concern to them. It  provides Council with a mechanism to identify issues of importance in their community. Public question time provides an opportunity for people to ask questions about Council’s activities, not make statements.