Displaying 1-10 of 14 results.
Documents available for public inspection
Section 12 of the Local Government (General) Regulations 2015 states that a Council must make available for public inspection certain documents.
Petitions are a formal written request, signed by multiple people, and which express concern about an issue and request us to take action. Any person can table a petition to be presented to Council. For the petition to be valid and acceptable, our Meeting Procedure Local Law must be adhered to. Only the petitioner's request and the number of signatories will be included in the agenda for the Council meeting at which it will be consider...
2019 Agendas and Minutes
Would you like a copy of agendas or minutes not listed below? Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 5320 5875.
Our local laws provide peace, order and good government for our residents, businesses and visitors. Community Local Law 2017 Meeting Procedure Local Law 2018
Councillor reimbursements In addition to the payment of an allowance, the Local Government Act 1989 requires that the Mayor and Councillors be reimbursed for expenses, including travel, conference and training, telephone and ICT. The following tables of expenses is provided in accordance with the Local Government (Planning and Reporting) Regulations 2014 and the Councillor Expenses Entitlement Policy.
The City of Ballarat is committed to the protection of your rights to privacy. We collect, use and disclose personal information in accordance with the Privacy and Data Protection Act 2014, the Health Records Act 2001 and other applicable legislation.
This privacy statement applies to the City of Ballarat website. City of Ballarat is committed to the protection of your rights to privacy. We collect, use and disclose personal information in accordance with the Privacy and Data Protection Act 2014, the Health Records Act 2001 and other applicable legislation. For information about the broader collection and use of personal information by the City of Ballarat, including information o...
Public Interest Disclosures
The Public Interest Disclosures Act 2012 (the Act) ensures that people who report improper conduct and corruption in the Victorian public sector (whistleblowers) can do so in the knowledge that they will be protected. Protections include keeping the identity of the person reporting improper conduct confidential and protecting them from reprisals including bullying, harassment or legal action.