Published on 16 September 2022

Next Council Meeting on Tuesday 20 September 2022

Our next Council Meeting will be held in the Council Chambers and the community is welcome to attend, from 7.30pm, Tuesday 20 September 2022. 

What's on the Agenda

Reports from committees and records of assembly

Advisory committee minutes

  • Youth Advisory Committee Meeting Minutes — 18 August 2022

Records of Assembly

  • 16 August 2022 Assembly
  • 23 August 2022 Assembly
  • 30 August 2022 Pre-meeting

Officer Reports

  • 8.1 Financial Management Report (31 August 2022)
  • 8.2 Final Caulfield Structure Plan 2022
  • 8.3 Amendment C231 — Caulfield South Neighbourhood Activity Centre Consideration of Submissions
  • 8.4 Inclusion of 5 Trees in the Classified Tree Register
  • 8.5 Foundation For Youth Excellence Awards — 3rd Quarter 2022
  • 8.6 VCAT Watch
  • 8.7 Quarterly Services Performance Report (2021–22 Quarter 4)
  • 8.8 Audit & Risk Committee Minutes (2 Sept 2022)

Unable to attend in person?

You can still watch the meeting via our livestream from 7.30pm, visit

How to ask a question or participate?

Our Written Public Questions to Council guidelines have recently been updated to:

  • Each question may contain a maximum of 150 words per question. Questions exceeding 150 words will not be accepted.
  • Each person may submit a maximum of two (2) questions to any Ordinary Council Meeting. If more than two (2) questions are received from any one (1) person, only the first two (2) questions will be processed in accordance with the Guidelines

Questions must be received no later than 12 noon on the business day before the day of the Ordinary Council Meeting. Questions should be clearly headed “Public Question” and may be submitted online, by emailing, fax (9524 3358) or mail (Glen Eira City Council PO Box 42 Caulfield South VIC 3162)

For further information, visit the Ask a question page.

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