Given the unfolding situation relating to COVID-19 in Australia and across the world, here at the City of Charles Sturt we want to be proactive and clear about how we can stay healthy and are making changes to the way we do things. We will continue to provide updates to the services and events that are impacted along with the latest information and recommendations from WHO, SA Health and the Government.

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Formal council meetings are an important part of our business at the City of Charles Sturt. Our Mayor and Elected Members take part in a decision-making process. This provides direction for the Council’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and staff.

Council meetings are where policy and other statutory matters are decided. As a corporate body, Council decisions can only be made by resolution. This means that any matters requiring decision must be heard before a properly convened meeting, and can only be passed by a majority vote.

We have various committees to assist Council in the decision-making process. These committees report directly to the council, with the exception of the Council Assessment Panel (CAP).

Meetings are held at the Civic Centre at 72 Woodville Road, Woodville.

Agenda papers are available on our website each Thursday night before the nominated meeting dates. They are also available on the night of the meeting. Minutes are available on the website within 5 days of the meeting.

Confidential Items

All meetings (Council, Committee and CAP) are open to the public. An exception is when confidential items are discussed. Examples of confidential items are staff or legal matters.

The Council or Committee may keep some documents confidential. In this case, they must also specify the duration or circumstances of the order. Sometimes, an order will last for a particular amount of time before review.

We keep a register of all confidential items here:

Confidential Items Register