Committees and Networks
Kingston City Council supports and facilitates a vast range of committees and networks involving community members.
Are you passionate about your local community and being involved in formulating future directions of Council? Would you like to get involved in Kingston’s shared vision of the future through the achievement of its goals by providing valuable feedback on policies and projects in Kingston?
Access and Equity Advisory Committee
The Access and Equity Advisory Committee supports Aboriginal people, people with a disability and people from multicultural backgrounds. The Committee works toward a sustainable, equal and more inclusive community.
Positive Ageing Sub Committee
Positive Ageing promotes an age friendly community in Kingston while encouraging a positive attitude towards older people within the community and building mutual respect and admiration.
Kingston Interfaith Network
Kingston Interfaith Network celebrates the commonality and diversity of our spiritual communities. It comes together several times a year to learn together, create connections and have conversations between different faith groups.
Kingston Network of Community Groups
The Kingston Network of Community Groups provides opportunities for support, discussion, training and education for all community groups in the Kingston area.
Service Clubs Network
Council supports the Kingston Service Clubs Network to come together four times a year to create links and work together on joint projects. Clubs involved include Rotary, Lions and the Kiwanis Club.