Annual General Meeting
The 2022/2023 Annual General Meeting (AGM) of Glenorchy City Council will be held on Monday 4 December 2023 at 6pm at the Council.
Council’s 2022/2023 Annual Report will be presented at the AGM. Copies of the Annual Report is available here and from Council’s Customer Service Centre.
Members of the public may submit written notice of any motions and/or questions to be put at the AGM. Submissions on the Annual Report and any motions/questions will be accepted until 12noon on Wednesday 29 November 2023, and can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org or addressed to:
General Manager, Glenorchy City Council
PO Box 103
Glenorchy TAS 7010
Past Annual Reports are available here.
Glenorchy City Council meets on the last Monday of each month unless this clashes with a public holiday. Meetings are held at Council’s chambers in Main Road, Glenorchy and start at 3:30pm. Members of the public are welcome to attend Council meetings.
We ask that anyone attending in-person arrives at least 15 minutes before the meeting starts.
All Council meetings are also streamed live on Glenorchy City Council’s Facebook page, YouTube Channel and on our website (Watch Live page). You don’t need a Facebook or YouTube account to watch the live streams.
Meeting dates are normally set by Council in November or December for the following year.
Agendas, Minutes and Reports to Council
You can view copies of meeting agendas and the associated reports to Council for upcoming and past meetings online on our Minutes and Agendas page.
Agendas and reports are available at least four days before an ordinary meeting of Council
Meeting minutes are usually available one week after a meeting but are subject to confirmation at the next ordinary meeting of the Council.
Hard copies of minutes and agendas are also available free of charge from Council’s Customer Service Centre.
Meetings of Council are governed by the procedures set out in Local Government (Meeting Procedures) Regulations 2015.
Council has a Meeting Procedures Policy which fills in the procedural gaps that the Regulations don’t cover.
You can find further information about meeting procedures on our Council Meeting FAQs page.
Public Question Time
15 minutes is allocated near the beginning of each ordinary Council meeting for members of the public to ask questions of Council.
Questions can be asked for public question time by presenting them in writing to Council at least seven (7) days before an ordinary Council meeting, using the link below. If your questions are received after the cut-off, they will be held-over until the next meeting.
The meeting Chair may also accept questions without notice from members of the public in attendance at the meeting, at their discretion if there is any time remaining after written questions have been answered.
To submit a question, you can email it to email@example.com.
Live meetings and video/audio recordings
All Council and Glenorchy Planning Authority meetings are streamed live on Glenorchy City Council’s Facebook page, YouTube Channel and on our website (Watch Live page). You don’t need a Facebook or YouTube account to watch the live streams
You can access the video and audio recordings of past meetings and get links to the live streams of future meetings on our Minutes and Agendas page, or Glenorchy City Council’s YouTube Channel (for meetings after March 2020).