Council meeting information

Ordinary and Special meetings of Glen Eira City Council are held in the Council Chamber at Glen Eira Town Hall, on the corner of Glen Eira and Hawthorn Roads, Caulfield unless held virtually due to COVID in accordance with either DHHS advice or Part 12 – ‘COVID-19 temporary measures’ of the Local Government Act 2020.

COVID information

Refer to the individual meeting agenda pages for confirmation of whether the meeting will be held in-person or virtually and whether public participation will be permitted or not.

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Where and when?

Where: Council Chamber, Glen Eira Town Hall, corner Glen Eira and Hawthorn Roads, Caulfield unless held virtually. Refer agenda page for further information.

When: Meetings will start at 7.30pm unless otherwise determined by Council resolution or notice given in accordance with the Governance Rules.

2024 meeting dates

  • Tuesday 6 February 2024
  • Tuesday 27 February 2024
  • Tuesday 19 March 2024
  • Tuesday 9 April 2024
  • Wednesday 1 May 2024
  • Tuesday 21 May 2024
  • Thursday 13 June 2024
  • Tuesday 25 June 2024
  • Tuesday 23 July 2024
  • Tuesday 13 August 2024
  • Tuesday 3 September 2024
  • Tuesday 17 September 2024
  • Tuesday 15 October 2024
  • Tuesday 3 December 2024
  • Tuesday 17 December 2024

Watch a meeting online

We provide a live stream of Ordinary and Special Council Meetings to give you greater access to Council's debate and decision-making. Visit our Live webcast page to watch a meeting or view archived meetings.

Agenda for next meeting

Find the agenda for the next Ordinary or Special Council Meeting on our Council agenda and minutes page from the Friday before the meeting.

Can I attend?

Refer to the agenda page for further information.

Keeping Council meetings safe and inclusive

It’s an important part of how we ensure our community feels heard, and helps us make good, and transparent decisions.

Following on from last year’s heightened security concerns, we have introduced another measure to ensure our Council meetings remain safe for all who attend.

There is now a registration sheet to be signed by anyone attending a Council meeting. This will be available at the entrance of the Council chambers and will need to be signed before attending the meeting.

We will continue to have security officers at Council meetings, as well as the security screening for people accessing the Public Gallery that was introduced late last year.

If you attend a Council meeting, please arrive at least five minutes earlier than usual to allow time for signing in and the security screening.

This approach aligns with similar security procedures at other public spaces in Victoria such as the Victorian Parliament.

Can I ask a question or participate?

You can submit questions online, by fax or by emailing ensuring they are received by Council 12 noon on the business day preceding the meeting. For further information, visit the Ask a question page.

Please refer to the agenda page for confirmation of whether Public Participation is permitted on a meeting by meeting basis. Visit our Participate in a Council meeting page to view the Guidelines for public participation.

If you have any questions, please call our Customer Service team on 03 9524 3333 who will be able to help you.

Please note: We take care to maintain privacy by pointing cameras towards Councillors and keeping the public participation microphone in the Council Chamber out of camera range. However, by attending and participating you consent to the possibility that your image, voice and personal details may be broadcast to the public. Media seating is within camera range.

Can I submit a petition?

Yes, you can submit a petition to Council members. For further information on petition requirements, visit the Petitions page.