Council Meetings

The Shire of Exmouth is committed to delivering for our community during these unprecedented times.

In line with the Premiers' announcement on 18 May gatherings of 20 people are now permitted. In light of this announcement Council Meetings are now open to the public. Social distancing measures will still apply: 1.5 metres between people and only one person per 4 square metres.

Members of the community can still submit questions in writing prior to the meeting, and forward these via email to info@exmouth.wa.gov.au or via the form the Public Question Time link below, ensuring where possible, questions are received at least one hour prior to the commencement of the meeting. Responses to the questions will be published in the unconfirmed minutes of that meeting which will be available for inspection on the Shire’s website.

Past Council and Committee Meetings

Search past Council meeting minutes and attachments here.

Ordinary Council Meeting Dates 2020

Council endorsed the following dates for Ordinary Council meetings for 2020 commencing at 4.00pm:

  • 20 February
  • 26 March 
  • 30 April (CANCELLED)
  • 28 May 
  • 25 June 
  • 23 July
  • 27 August 
  • 24 September 
  • 22 October 
  • 26 November 
  • 17 December

Annual General Meeting of Electors

The Annual General meeting of Electors was held at 6:00pm on Tuesday, 11 February 2020 in the Mandu Mandu Function Centre at the, Ningaloo Centre, 2 Truscott Crescent Exmouth.

Click here for a copy of the 2018/19 Annual Report.

Public Question Time

If you have a question regarding an item for discussion at the next Ordinary Council Meeting many questions or issues can be solved before the meeting by speaking to the appropriate responsible officer. If you have a large number of questions or questions that are of a detailed or technical nature you are encouraged to write to Council or hand your questions in to the Shire Administration Office at least one hour before the meeting. Alternatively you can fill out the online question form here (Public Question Time) or ask a question during Public Question Time which is held at the beginning of each meeting for a period of 15 minutes.