Council meetings

Kingston City Council comprises eleven elected Councillors. Council is responsible for making decisions on behalf of the community.

Council meetings are a vital part of the decision-making process. All Council meetings are open to the public, whether they are held in person in the Council Chamber at 1230 Nepean Highway, Cheltenham or online.

All meetings are live streamed and the recordings available following the meeting. Click the link below to stream a meeting live or watch a previous meeting.

Watch a Council Meeting

Council meetings are conducted in line with the City of Kingston Governance Rules and are held on the fourth Monday of the month. Planning Committee meetings are held on the third Wednesday of each month.


Petitions may be submitted for tabling at Council Meetings.

Things to remember:

  • A petition must be in writing (other than in pencil), typed or printed containing the request of the petitioners or signatories 
  • the petition must be signed by at least twelve (12) people 

Council may by resolution accept electronic petitions received via online websites if it is satisfied the petition is authentic from a legitimate website.

In addition, Council resolved at the 27 August 2018 Council Meeting that petitions to be presented at a Council Meeting, must be lodged with Council by 5.00pm seven (7) clear days before the date of the scheduled meeting.

Petitions may be lodged: