Committees

Overview

Fairfield City Council has a number of committees, each playing a different role. Here you will find the full list of committees with details about their roles and meeting processes.

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Ordinary and Extraordinary Meetings 

Ordinary Council meetings are held on the fourth Tuesday of each month starting at 7pm.

For more information about these please visit the Council Meetings page. There you will find information about:

  • How Council meetings work
  • How you can access, attend or ask a question at Council meetings
  • See the meeting calendar including both ordinary and extraordinary meeting dates

Outcomes Committee

Role of the Outcomes Committee

The Outcomes Committee meets on the second Tuesday of each month at 7pm in the Council Administration Centre. A quorum of 2 Councillors is required to allow the meeting to proceed. The role of the Outcomes Committee is to determine the policies, priorities, plans and strategic direction in achieving the community's vision as expressed in the Fairfield City Plan through implementation of the Delivery Program.

Meeting Process

The following Councillors, in addition to Mayor Frank Carbone, are members of the Outcomes Committee:

  • Councillor Bennett
  • Councillor Le
  • Councillor Ly
  • Councillor Molluso
  • Councillor Rohan
  • Councillor Wong (Chairperson)

Please contact Manager Governance and Legal on 9725 0226 or Governance Coordinator on 9725 0110 should you have any enquiries.

Business Papers (Agendas and Minutes)

Services Committee

Role of the Services Committee

The Services Committee meets on the second Tuesday of each month at 7pm in the Council Administration Centre. A quorum of 2 Councillors is required to allow the meeting to proceed. The role of the Services Committee is to implement and review the operational activities within Council's strategic direction as expressed in the Operational Plan.

Meeting Process

The following Councillors, in addition to Mayor Frank Carbone, are members of the Services Committee:

  • Councillor Azzo
  • Councillor Grippaudo
  • Councillor Kazi
  • Councillor Khoshaba (Chairperson)
  • Councillor Saliba
  • Councillor Yilmaz

Please contact Manager Governance and Legal on 9725 0226 or Governance Coordinator on 9725 0110 should you have any enquiries.

Business Papers (Agendas and Minutes)

Traffic Committee

Role of the Traffic Committee

The role of the Traffic Committee is to consider matters relating to Council's functions under the Roads Act 1993 and the regulations made thereunder, and those matters relating to Council's functions in respect to public roads under the Local Government Act 1993 and the regulations made thereunder.

Meeting Process

The Traffic Committee meets on the second Monday of every second month, starting in February, at 2.30pm in the Council Administration Centre.

A quorum of two councillors is required to allow the meeting to proceed.

The following Councillors, in addition to Mayor Frank Carbone, are members of the Traffic Committee:

  • Councillor Kazi
  • Councillor Rohan
  • Councillor Saliba (Chairperson)

Please contact Manager Governance and Legal on 9725 0226 or Governance Coordinator on 9725 0110 should you have any enquiries.

Sister City Committee

Aim of Sister City Committee

The Sister City Committee aims to encourage friendships with the people of Fairfield City and other Council bodies. It is an opportunity for our community to experience and share in the culture of other cities, to develop a greater awareness of others traditions and to form business and economic relationships. The following Councillors, in addition to Mayor Frank Carbone, are members of the Sister City Committee:

  • Councillor Azzo
  • Councillor Bennett
  • Councillor Grippaudo
  • Councillor Kazi
  • Councillor Khoshaba
  • Councillor Saliba
  • Councillor Wong
  • Councillor Yilmaz (Deputy Mayor)

Should you have any enquiries, please contact Manager Governance and Legal on 9725 0226.

Fairfield Local Planning Panel (FLPP)

The Fairfield Local Planning Panel (FLPP) includes three independent expert members and a community member who assess and determine development applications made to Council. For more information about the FLPP, please visit the FLPP page here.