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Council will often have publications, documents or policies on public exhibition that outline the goals and approaches for Council service delivery and community planning. These documents can be reviewed at the Council offices or alternatively, on this page. If no documents are listed on this page, there may be no public exhibition at present.

Flood Recovery Community Updates

The Flood Recovery Unit will be running Community Update Sessions in the following townships:

Dunkeld | Wednesday 28 June | Dunkeld Community Centre, 2pm-7pm
Coleraine | Thursday 29 June | Coleraine Mechanics Hall, 2pm-7pm

The sessions will provide the opportunity for all community members to receive an update and information on September’s flood event. Flood recovery agencies including staff from Council and Glenelg Hopkins CMA, will be available to answer
questions and provide updates on:

  • Damage identified
  • Works completed
  • Future Works

All members of the public are welcome to attend.

For further information please contact the Flood Recover Unit on 03 5573 0423 or email

Budget for 2017/2018

Budget Submissions closed on Monday 26 June 2017 at 5.00pm.

Any submissions received will be heard at a Special Meeting of Council to be held in the Hamilton Library, 105 Brown Street, Hamilton on Monday 3 July 2017 at 5.30pm.

Following this meeting, all submissions received in writing and in person, will be considered by Council.

Adoption of the 2017/2018 Budget and declaration of rates and charges for 2017/2018 will be considered at a Special Meeting of Council to be held in the Council Chambers, 3 Market Place, Hamilton on Wednesday 12 July 2017.

Submitters should note that Council is required to make available for public inspection submissions received in accordance with Section 223 for a period of 12 months.

Community Inclusion Advisory Committee

The Southern Grampians Shire Council is inviting Expressions of Interest from the community regarding membership of the Community Inclusion Advisory Committee.

The Community Inclusion Advisory Committee monitors the implementation of the Community Inclusion (Disability Action) Plan 2017-2021, acts as an advocate, advises Council on disability issues and promotes participation and inclusion of people with disability in community life.

The Committee is appointed by Council and is chaired by a Councillor. Committee membership includes people with a disability, families/carers, representatives from local disability service providers and local community.

You should

  • Have an interest in community inclusion and participation for people with disability
  • Be willing to attend regular meetings in Hamilton - 1.5 hours on a Wednesday lunchtime, 6 times a year

If you are interested please complete the expression of interest form by:

1. Downloading the attached Expression of Interest form
2. Dropping in to Council's Business Centres, 111 Brown Street, Hamilton or 1 Market Place, Hamilton
3. Contacting Jane Coshutt on Phone: 5573 0243 or email

Submissions close: Friday 28 July 2017

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