Decisions that formulate the City of Campbelltown's policies and services are made at a number of levels, from small committees to full Council, with the minutes of these meetings made available to the public.
Agenda items and business papers for upcoming Council meetings, as well as the minutes of previous meetings, can be downloaded in PDF format using the links to the left.
Agenda items are made available online from 4.00pm on the Tuesday prior to each Council meeting. Should you wish to view any of the attachments that are distributed under separate cover please contact Council's Manager Governance and Risk on 02 4645 4320.
Hard copies of the agendas are available for inspection at Campbelltown City Council Library branches from the Wednesday prior to the scheduled meetings. A limited number of hard copies are also made available at the meetings.
Business Paper attachments
- Attachments (included in the business paper) – the attachment is contained within the report and available online and in hard copy at Council’s Civic Centre and local libraries.
- Attachments (distributed under separate cover) – the attachment may be viewed on request by members of the public by contacting Council’s Manager Governance and Risk on 02 4645 4320.
- Attachments (confidential) – the attachment is not available to members of the public due to the confidential nature of the information and a reason why the attachment is confidential will be listed on the report.
Council operates on a four weekly, with meetings held on Tuesday evenings:
Please refer to the Council Meeting Calendar (located at the top of the page, for the relevant year) for details of upcoming meeting dates.
On briefing evenings Councillors are given the opportunity to undertake site visits and are also briefed by Council staff and community representatives regarding issues that are likely to be presented to Council in the near future.
Council holds its meetings in week two of the meeting cycle, in the Council Chambers from 6.30pm. Members of the public are welcome to attend Council meetings and to address the Council on matters listed on the agenda.
Councillors review the officer's recommendations and will make decisions on all issues listed on the current agenda. The Council may adopt the recommendation of the officer, amend the recommendation, determine a completely different course of action, defer the matter for an inspection and further consideration at another meeting or decline to pursue any course of action.
The decisions made at a Council meeting become the Council Resolutions.