Attend Council Meetings

Council chamber with empty chairs for audience

Next Council Meeting

The next Council Meeting will be held on 16 July 2024 at 7pm.

The Council Chamber is open to members of the public, or watch via live stream on our YouTube channel.

Pre-register to attend a Council Meeting

You need to pre-register to attend a Council Meeting as a member of the public gallery. Registration is required by 12 noon on the day of the meeting. You can register your attendance online or by calling Council on 03 9249 4000.

Photo ID will need to be shown prior to entry to the Council Chamber.

Please refer to the following Frequently Asked Questions (PDF 102KB) for further information regarding attendance at Council Meetings.

Behaviour in the Council Chamber

The Council Chamber is open to the public to observe Council meetings. We also live-stream Council meetings via YouTube.

Members of the public attending Council and committee meetings are:

  • expected to behave respectfully at all times
  • not permitted to engage with the Councillors or Council Officers during the course of the meeting.

Officers, Councillors and members of the public have the right to be safe and treated with respect at these meetings.

You may be asked to leave the meeting if your behaviour is considered inappropriate, disruptive or rude.

We will not tolerate any behaviour that threatens the safety of anyone present in the chamber, or which disrupts the ability for Council to conduct its business on behalf of the community.

Public question time

Use our online Public Question Time Form to ask Council a question. Questions must be submitted by 9am, the business day before the Council Meeting.

Questions that comply with Council's Governance Rules will be read out and answered at the Council Meeting.

For a service request, or request for information from Council, please use our online Service Request Form, or contact Customer Service on or 03 9249 4000.

2024 Council Meeting Schedule

The Council Chamber is open to members of the public to observe Council meetings. Alternatively, community members can watch via live stream on our YouTube channel.

Council Meetings are generally held at 7pm on the third Tuesday of each month, except January and December.

  • 20 February 2024
  • 19 March 2024
  • 16 April 2024
  • 21 May 2024
  • 18 June 2024
  • 16 July 2024
  • 20 August 2024
  • 10 September 2024* (originally 17 September)
  • 15 October 2024
  • 19 November 2024* (Mayoral Election - originally 17 November)
  • 10 December 2024

* Due to proposed changes to the Local Government (Electoral) Regulations 2020, Council Resolved to amend the meeting schedule for September and November 2024.


Council Meeting recordings

Council Meetings are recorded so that everyone who cannot attend/view a meeting has the opportunity to watch Council debate and decision-making at their own convenience. You can view the latest meeting below or via our YouTube channel. Please note: The recording for April 2024 is unavailable.

See Council Meetings playlist for older meetings you may wish to watch.



This meeting is being publicly broadcast via live stream and the recording will be published on Council’s website after the meeting.

Details about the broadcasting and recording of Council meetings is available in the Live Streaming of Council Meetings Policy 2021 (PDF 110KB).

If you have any questions about the Council’s policy, please contact with Council during business hours. 

The opinions or statements made during the course of a Council meeting are those of the particular individuals, and not necessarily the opinions or statements of Council. The Council does not necessarily endorse or support the views, opinions, standards or information contained in the live streaming or recording of the Council meetings.

The Council does not accept any responsibility for the comments made or information provided during Council Meetings and does not warrant nor represent that the material or statements made during Council meetings are complete, reliable or accurate. The Council does not accept any responsibility or liability for any loss, damage, cost or expense that might be incurred howsoever arising as a result of or in connection with the use or reliance on information or statements made in the live streaming or published recordings of Council meetings.

Whilst Council will use its best endeavours to ensure the live streaming and Council’s website are functioning, technical issues may arise which can result in Council temporarily adjourning or; if rectification of issue cannot be resolved adjourning meeting to another date and time to be determined. The live stream will always be available and recordings of all public section will be complete.

Copyright of video recordings

Brimbank City Council (Council) owns the copyright in the recordings of Council meetings and all rights are reserved. This recording is provided by Council for personal and non-commercial viewing only. Other than for the purposes of and in accordance with the Copyright Act 1968 (Cth), this recording must not be copied, reproduced or communicated in whole or in part by any means without the expressed prior written permission of Council. 

Planning forums

A Planning Forum is held on the Tuesday night prior to the Council Meeting each month, to hear submissions in relation to planning matters.

Submitters can discuss issues with Council on planning applications that Council will subsequently consider. The forum is less formal than a Council meeting and is chaired by an attending Councillor.

Contact us for more information on planning forums.

Last updated: 9 July 2024 - 4:22pm