Council Meetings

2022 schedule:

All meetings will commence at 2pm unless otherwise advised above. The full list of meetings for 2022 are shown below:

  • 2 February 2022
  • 23 February 2022
  • 30 March 2022
  • 27 April 2022
  • 10 May 2022 (to commence at 4pm)
  • 25 May 2022
  • 29 June 2022
  • 27 July 2022
  • 31 August 2022
  • 28 September 2022
  • 26 October 2022
  • 16 November 2022
  • 14 December 2022

Webcast and Recordings of Council Meetings

Council began webcasting its Council meetings live in October 2018. Council will place a recording of all previous Council meetings online for a period of 12 months for public access. You can watch the meeting as it's taking place by clicking on the link below:

Click here to watch the Live Council meeting.

To watch the last council meeting please click here.

To watch previous Council meetings, click on links below.


28 September 2022 
10 August 202231 August 2022
29 June 202227 July 2022
10 May 202225 May 2022
30 March 202227 April 2022
2 February 202223-24 February 2022


24 November 2021 
29 September 202127 October 2021
28 July 202125 August 2021
26 May 202130 June 2021
31 March 202128 April 2021
24 February 20213 February 2021

Address a Council meeting

**UPDATE - Please refer to the purple box at the top of this page for important changes regarding the next Council meeting.

Council's Code of Meeting Practice provides that residents and ratepayers may address a Council meeting if prior arrangements have been made.

You can register to speak by using the Request to Address a Council Meeting Form.

Completed forms will need to be emailed to by 5.00pm the day before the Council meeting.

Submit your form:

Your form must be received at Council by 5pm on the day prior to the Council meeting. A member of Council staff will contact you.

Please contact Council on 1300 362 170 for any further information.

When addressing the Council, speakers must:

  • Address the chairperson on all occasions;
  • Confine their remarks to the subject matter;
  • Obey any directions given by the chairperson;
  • Attempt to answer any questions put to them by the chairperson, and;
  • Only address matters which are under the jurisdiction or influence of Council.

Please note that each member of the public who addresses a Council meeting is entitled to speak for three minutes.

Speakers should not:

  • Make personal remarks or criticisms;
  • Use abusive or inappropriate language;
  • Speak for no longer than their allotted time, and;
  • Address Council more than once on the same matter.

Note, from October 2018 Council will be webcasting its Council meetings live. The Public Forum part of the meeting however will not be broadcast.

Agendas and business papers

Copies of agendas and supporting papers are available from the Liverpool City Council Customer Service at 33 Moore Street and Library from 12 noon the Friday before each meeting.

Council Minutes and Business Papers from 2011 to present are now available below.

Council meeting Business Papers 2011 to present