Community Committees of Council

The Community Committees of Council Manual(PDF, 1MB)  provides comprehensive guidelines on the management responsibilities, functions and operations a Section 355 Committee and clarifies Council's role in the partnership. The manual aims to standardise mandatory procedures and forms that have to be followed to comply with legislation. Committee members are required to adopt and adhere to these conditions as set out in the manual.

Council currently has 15 Community Committees of Council:

Aboriginal Consultative Committee; Australia Day Committee; Australian Standing Stones Management Board;  Emmaville Mining Museum Committee; Emmaville War Memorial Hall Committee; Glen Elgin Federation Sports Committee; Glencoe Hall Committee; Glen Innes Community Access Committee; Glen Innes Saleyards Advisory Committee; Glen Innes Severn Library Committee; Pinkett Recreation Reserve Management Committee; Public Arts Advisory Group (to be established); Recreation and Open Spaces Committee; Roads Consultative Committee and Stonehenge Reserve Trust.

The Community Committees of Council are also required to adhere to Council's Code of Conduct for Council Committee Members, Delegates and Advisers(PDF, 577KB).

Annual General Meetings

Most committees hold their AGM's in February or during March.

For further details about the AGM's or these committees contact Council's Governance Administration Officer on 6730 2331 or via email 

Upcoming AGM's

Glen Elgin Federation Sports Committee - TBC (usually June/July)

Pinkett Recreation Reserve Management Committee - TBC (usually July)

Stonehenge Reserve Trust - TBC (usually June/July)

Australian Standing Stones Management Board - TBC (usually August)

Public Arts Advisory Committee - TBC 

Forms for use by Community Committees

If you have trouble opening any of these forms please try using Google Chrome or contact

Other Manual Appendices for Information:

Strengthening Community Group Skills Webinars