Our committees and working parties meet to discuss a range of community issues and projects.

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Aboriginal Advisory Committee

Delegates
Mayor Chris Homer
Councillor Lou Stefanovski
Councillor Colin Gow
Councillor Robert Petreski

Staff Attending
Manager Community Life
Aboriginal Community Liaison Officer
Corporate Meetings Officer

Community Representatives
A total number of 10 Community Representatives including one Male and one Female Elder.

Aboriginal Organisations - non voting

  • Shellharbour Aboriginal Community Youth Association
  • Coomaditchie United Aboriginal Corporation
  • Shellharbour Aboriginal Community Youth Association (SACYA)
  • Illawarra Koori Men's Support Group
  • Illawarra Aboriginal Corporation
  • Illawarra Local Aboriginal Land Council
  • Illawarra Aboriginal Medical Services Illawarra Aboriginal Educational Consultative Group
     

Meets
Every two months on a Tuesday at 3:00pm at the Civic Centre.

Purpose
The purpose of the Shellharbour City Council's Aboriginal Advisory Committee is to
provide professional and strategic advice on issues affecting Aboriginal and Torres
Strait Islander People, and guidance in relation to the implementation of strategies
to achieve the objectives of the:

  • Statement of Commitment 1997
  • Shellharbour City Community Strategic Plan 2013-2023

The committee is run by Council to discuss a wide variety of issues and
recommend solutions specifically relating to Local Government and the Aboriginal
and Torres Strait Islander community

Active Recreation Working Party

Council Representatives
Mayor Chris Homer 
Deputy Mayor Kellie Marsh
Councillor John Davey

Staff Representatives
Director Community and Customers - Convenor
Group Manager City Planning
Recreation Planner
Property Coordinator
Manager Parks
Minutes Secretary - internal

Community Representatives
Representatives from Sporting associations within Shellharbour LGA elected every 2 years.

Meets
March and September (change of season) and as required.

Purpose
To provide input into Council Sport and Recreation issues and act as a conduit between Council and sports clubs.

Aquatic Facilities Working Party

Councillor Representatives
Deputy Mayor Kellie Marsh
Councillor Jacqui Graf
Councillor Lou Stefanovski
Councillor - vacant

Community Representatives
Representative from each local swimming club
Two community representatives not from swimming clubs - to be endorsed by Council
One representative from Swimming NSW to represent the two surf clubs

Staff Convenor
Director Community and Customers

Staff Representative
Group Manager City Planning
Recreation Planner
Aquatics and Recreation Coordinator

Meets
As and when required

Purpose
The purpose of the Working Party is to provide a forum for collaboration between Councillors, Council Officers, swimming associations and representatives of the community in relation to the provision and operation of aquatic facilities in the Shellharbour Local Government Area.

Audit, Risk and Improvement Committee

Previously known as Governance, Risk and Audit Committee

Staff Convener
Executive Manager/Public Officer

Independant Representatives
Ms Julie Walton (Chair)
Ms Yvette Pietsch
Mr Anthony Gearon

Councillor Representatives
No Councillor Delegates are required to be appointed to the ARIC committee.  This will be considered further in line with the Risk Management and Internal Audit framework and reported separately to Council in 2022.

Staff Attendees (not committee members)
Head Internal Audit: Executive Manager / Public Officer
Chief Executive Officer
Risk and Audit Manager
Chief Financial Officer
Manager Financial Services - as required
Corporate Meetings Officer 

Internal Auditor - Consultancy
Up to two representatives

Meets
Four times per year or as required

Purpose
To advise on Governance, Risk Management and Internal Audit matters, policy and strategies, working to an Audit Plan to encourage good Governance, provide improved assurance and to strengthen the Council's systems and procedures.

Note: Council will review the structure and role of its committee, with reference to the latest guidelines provided by the Division of Local Government. Any amendment to committee functions deemed by Council to be required as a result of this review will be made in due course.

Australia Day Advisory Committee

Delegates
Deputy Mayor Kellie Marsh
Councillor Moira Hamilton
Councillor Jacqui Graf
Councillor Colin Gow

Staff Representatives
Manager Community Engagement & Activation
Events and Activations Officer
Communications Officer
Corporate Meetings Officer

Community Representatives
Up to four community representatives
One youth representative (aged under 26 years)
Member for Shellharbour (or delegate)
Member for Kiama (or delegate)
Winners of each of the Australia Day Citizen Award categories from the previous year to be invited onto the Committee for one year.

Meets
Usually in October, December, January and April each year at 4.30pm at the Civic Centre.

Purpose

To provide community input into Shellharbour City Council’s organisation of an annual Australia Day celebration and assist Council to deliver a safe and enjoyable community event on Australia Day within available budget resources by;

  • Providing a forum for discussion to help guide the strategic direction of the event.

  • Where appropriate forming sub-committees to oversee specific aspects of the Australia Day celebration, with available budget resources.

    To determine Australia Day Citizen Award winners.

Chief Executive Officer's Performance Review Panel

Council Representatives
Mayor Chris Homer
Deputy Mayor Kellie Marsh
Councillor John Davey (chosen by Council)
Vacant (chosen by the Chief Executive Officer)

Independent  Representatives
External Facilitator (appointed as required)

Staff Convenor
Executive Manager / Public Officer

Minute Secretary
Senior Executive Assistant

Meets
Four times per year or as required

Purpose
The performance of the Chief Executive Officer must be reviewed at least annually against the agreed performance criteria for the position. Council may also choose to undertake more frequent interim reviews of the Chief Executive Officer’s performance.

Council is to establish a performance review panel and delegate the task of performance reviews of the Chief Executive Officer to this panel. It is recommended by the Office of Local Government (guidelines) that the whole process of performance management be delegated to the performance review panel, including discussions about performance, any actions that should be taken and the determination of the new performance agreement.

Performance review panels should comprise the mayor, the deputy mayor, another councillor nominated by council and a councillor nominated by the Chief Executive Officer. Panel members will be trained in the performance management of Chief Executive Officers.

The role of the review panel includes:

  • conducting performance reviews
  • reporting the findings and recommendations of those reviews to council
  • development of the performance agreement.

The council and the Chief Executive Officer may agree on the involvement of an external facilitator to assist with the process of performance appraisal and the development of new performance plans. This person should be selected by the council or the performance review panel. All councillors not on the panel can contribute to the process by providing feedback to the mayor on the Chief Executive Officer’s performance.

All councillors will be notified of relevant dates in the performance review cycle and be kept advised of the panel’s findings and recommendations.

CivicRisk Mutual Limited Board

Council Representatives
Mayor Chris Homer
Chief Executive Officer 

Alternate Delegate
Councillor John Davey

Independent Representatives
Mayors and Chief Executive Officers / General Managers from the 19 member councils as defined in the Deeds of Agreement.

Meeting Convenor
External

Staff Attendees (not board members)
Chief Financial Officer- CivicRisk
Mutual Finance Committee

Meets
CivicRisk Mutual Limited - four (4) times per year

Purpose
To achieve and implement the objectives of CivicRisk Mutual Limited to ensure that members of the mutual have access to appropriate insurance coverage and associated services. To ensure that CivicRisk Mutual Limited is viable; and to ensure that the Board, Management Committee and any sub-committee operates in accordance with the constitution and rules for the membership period.

Coastal Management Advisory Committee

Councillor Representatives
Councillor Lou Stefanovski
Councillor Colin Gow

Community Representatives
3 community representatives 
1 representative from the Shellharbour Aboriginal Advisory Committee

Staff Representatives
Director Community and Customers - Convenor
Group Manager City Planning
Group Manager Asset Strategy
Group Manager Built and Natural Environment
Manager Environment
Corporate Meetings Officer

Meets 
Quarterly or more frequently if required

Purpose
The purpose of the Coastal Management Advisory Committee is to enable the community and other stakeholders the opportunity to provide feedback and support to Council on the development, implementation and monitoring of the Shellharbour Coastal Zone Management Plan, Coastal Management Programs, as well as any Estuary Management Plans with the exception of the Lake Illawarra Estuary Management Committee which is a separate Council Committee.

Disability Access and Inclusion Advisory Committee

Delegates
Councillor Jacqui Graf
Councillor Moira Hamilton

Community Representatives

  • Representatives from organisations providing a service to people with disabilities in Shellharbour City.
  • Residents living with disabilities, their carers and/or interested community members to be determined by the committee on application.


Staff Representatives
Manager Community Life - Convenor
Community Development Officer – Access and Participation
Representative from Assets Team
Corporate Meetings Officer

Meets
Quarterly in March, June, September and November at 10.00am at the Civic Centre.

Purpose
Shellharbour City Council is committed to creating a city where all residents can live, work and play.

The Disability Access and Inclusion Advisory Committee is responsible for ensuring that Council is responsive to the diverse needs of the community and gives a voice to people within the community affected by access and inclusion. The committee will advocate and provide advice and priorities to maximise opportunities for people with a disability living or visiting the City.

The committee also has a critical role in providing advice on the implementation and monitoring of the Disability Access and Inclusion Plan 2017-2021: An Inclusive City (DAIP).

The DAIP defines Council’s strategic direction for enhancing the accessibility and inclusiveness of the City for all residents.

Financial Assistance Working Party

Councillor Representatives
All Councillors 

Staff Representatives
Group Manager Community Connections - Convenor
Manager Community Engagement and Activation
Technical Officer Waste (as required)
Events Officer (as required)
Corporate Meetings Officer

Meets
Quarterly

Purpose
To make recommendations to Council in regard to the quarterly applications for Donations. To maintain a consistent, open and equitable approach to the distribution of Council's financial assistance budget, whilst endeavouring to ensure that local community needs can be addressed on a priority basis.

Flood Risk Management Committee

Delegate
Deputy Mayor Kellie Marsh 
Councillor John Davey
Councillor Moira Hamilton

Alternative Delegate
Councillor Lou Stefanovski

Community Representatives
A maximum of 5 but no less than 2 Community Representatives

Staff attending
Manager Floodplain and Transport - Convenor
Director Amenity and Assets
Group Manager Built and Natural Environment
Group Manager City Development (or delegate)
Council Support Officer (or delegate)

Meets
As and when required at Shellharbour Civic Centre

State Government Authorities
NSW Department of Planning Industry & Environment (DPI)
RMS Roads & Maritime Services
SES State Emergency Service

Purpose
The responsibilities and functions of the Committee are to:

  • Provide local knowledge relevant to the development of the flood study and provide links to the local community.

  • Provide a forum for discussion and exchange of information relating to the floodplain management issues.

  • Develop a better understanding of floodplains and identify issues which need to be addressed.

  • Monitor and evaluate implementation of Flood Risk Management Plans.

  • Assist Council to develop flood studies by providing advice and feedback on formulating objectives, strategies and outcomes sought from the flood risk management process.

  • Coordinate with emergency management planning and other advisory bodies.

Friendship City / Sister City Committee

Delegates
Mayor Chris Homer
Councillor Lou Stefanovski

Staff Representatives
Manager Community Life - Convenor
Community Partnerships Officer
Corporate Meetings Officer

Community Representatives
A maximum of ten (10) community representatives elected every 2 years.

Meets
Twice per year at Shellharbour Civic Centre.

Purpose
The Friendship City/Sister City Committee is appointed to guide decisions in relation to establishing and maintaining Friendship City/Sister City relationships with Council. It will be responsible for guiding the development and maintenance of these inter-city relationships that foster external understanding and the exchange of information between Council and other cities, both international and within Australia.

In line with Council’s Friendship City/Sister City Policy, the Committee is responsible for ensuring that Council is responsive to the diverse needs of the community and will advocate and provide advice to maximise opportunities for Council, the Sister or Friendship City relationship, the broader community and its visitors.

The committee has a critical role in providing advice on the establishment of the relationships in accordance with Council’s Shellharbour city Community Strategic Plan. This defines Council’s strategic direction for enhancing the liveability of the City and outlines the vision that residents have for the future of our city.

In evaluating the proposal for recommendation to Council, the Committee will consider how the proposed Friendship or Sister City relationship aligns to the Principles of Friendship of Sister City Relationships, the purpose of the relationship and the relevance and value it has to the Shellharbour Community.

Healthy Cities Illawarra Management Committee

Responsible to
Healthy Cities Illawarra Inc.

No Councillor Delegates Required
 

Staff Representative
Manager Community Life

Meets
First Friday of every second month at 9.30am Ground Floor, Victoria Square, Cnr Victoria & Belmont Streets Wollongong.

Charter
To develop, implement and test a collaborative structure at Local Government level to ensure that every institution within the community is held accountable to every citizen's right to an optimum level of health.

Illawarra Academy of Sport Board of Management - Mayoral

Council Representative 
Mayor Chris Homer (or Mayor's representative Mr Brian Weir)

Meets
Bi-monthly, at ISJO Council venues

As the pioneer for the regional Academy model in Australian sport, the Illawarra Academy of Sport is a not-for-profit sporting organisation that exists to provide localised training and education opportunities for talented young athletes, coaches and adminsitraiors across the Illawarra region.

Illawarra District Weeds Authority

Accountable to
Joint Committee of Wollongong, Kiama and Shellharbour Councils.

Council Delegate
Director Amenity and Assets

Staff Representative
Parks Manager

Meets
Bi-monthly, second Friday at 12 pm (to coincide with SCG) (Technical Advisory Committee meets when advised at rotating Councils).

Charter
To control noxious weeds through suppression and destruction within the Local Government areas of Wollongong, Shellharbour and Kiama.

Illawarra Regional Bushfire Management Committee

Responsible to
NSW Rural Fire Service

Council Delegate
Deputy Mayor Kellie Marsh

Alternate Delegate
Councillor Lou Stefanovski

Staff Representatives
Parks Manager
Natural Areas Supervisor
Director Amenity and Assets
Environment Officer (technical environmental issues - attends as required)
Officer from Services

Fuel Management Subcommittee
Parks Manager
Environment Officer  (technical environmental issues - attends as required)
Operations Subcommittee - Group Manager Services

Rural Fire Service Representatives
Illawarra RFS Manager

Meets
Quarterly

Charter
To provide a forum through which a broad cross-section of Government and non Government organisations with an interest in the prevention, mitigation and suppression of bush fires can come together to develop and progress policies and procedures aimed at ensuring a coordinated, agreed approach to major issues.

Illawarra Shoalhaven Joint Organisation (ISJO)

Council Delegates
Mayor Chris Homer
Deputy Mayor Kellie Marsh

Meets
Bi-monthly - rotation basis of member Councils
 
Purpose
Member Councils of the ISJO are Wollongong, Shellharbour, Kiama and Shoalhaven. Each member council has two representatives on the ISJO, one being the Mayor of that council or Mayoral delegate; the second position will be determined by each Council.

The principal functions of the ISJO are to:

  • Establish strategic regional priorities for the joint organisation area and develop strategies and plans for delivering these priorities
  • Provide regional leadership for the joint organisation area and to be an advocate for strategic regional priorities
  • Identify and take up opportunities for intergovernmental cooperation on matters relating to the joint organisation area

Other functions of the ISJO include:

  • Enhancing strategic capacity, to support member councils to deliver services to their communities
  • Service delivery, to provide services directly to communities within the region

Illawarra Zone Rural Fire Service Liaison Committee

Council Delegates
Deputy Mayor Kellie Marsh
KMC Council Representative
WCC Council Representative

Alternate Council Delegate
Councillor Lou Stefanovski

Staff Representatives
WCC & KMC Management representatives

Rural Fire Service Representatives
NSW RFS Regional Manager
Illawarra RFS Manager
RFS Volunteer Member

Meets
Every 3 months

Contact
Greg Wardle - Rural Fire Service

Charter
This committee reviews the performance criteria set out in the Illawarra Zone RFS Management Plan. The Director Community & Customers reports to the Rural Fires Service Commissioner on issues of unsatisfactory performance. 

Lake Illawarra Coastal Management Program Implementation Group

Responsible to
Joint committee of Wollongong and Shellharbour City Councils

Council Delegates
Mayor Chris Homer
Councillor John Davey
Councillor Lou Stefanovski

Alternate Delegate
Councillor Maree Duffy-Moon

Community Representatives
Two representatives to be appointed by each council.
The two Shellharbour Local Government Area representatives are:
'yet to be determined'

Staff Attendees
Group Manager Asset Strategy
Group Manager Built and Natural Environment
Manager Environment

Joint appointment of WCC and SCC
One Aboriginal member
Two scientific representatives

Meets
A minimum of four times per year. Hosted alternatively each two years by each council.

State Government Agency representatives
Office of Environment & Heritage
Dept of Lands (Crown Lands)
Dept of Primary Industries (Fisheries)
Dept of Planning
RMS
South East Local Land Services
Sydney Water

Purpose
The purpose of the Lake Illawarra CMP Implementation Group (the Group) is to oversee and where needed, provide advice on the implementation of actions within the Lake Illawarra CMP.  It will act as a platform for relationship building between all stakeholders, with the shared aspiration to ensure that Lake Illawarra's ecological, social, and economic value is maintained and improved now and into the future.

NSW Public Libraries Association (NSWPLA)

Accountable to
NSW Public Libraries Association Executive

Council Delegate
Director Community and Customers

Alternate Delegate
Councillor - Vacant

Meets
Four times a year or as required at various locations.

Charter
NSW Public Libraries Association represents the interests of public libraries and their users throughout the state. The Association has a vital interest in improving library services and access to information resources for all people in New South Wales through a range of initiatives, joint ventures and partnerships. Its work includes making representation to all levels of government and other bodies on matters of concern for public libraries. As a member of NSWPLA, Council is entitled to have a Councillor delegate to the association, attending zone and association meetings. The AGM of the South-East Zone of the association is usually held between August and October and the NSW Public Libraries Association AGM in November.

Council Representation reinstated 23 July 2013. Min No. 218.

Public Art Advisory Panel

Council Representatives
Councillor Moira Hamilton
Councillor Jacqui Graf
Councillor Robert Petreski

Staff Representatives
Manager Community Engagement and Activation - Convenor 
Arts and Cultural Development Officer
Asset Planning Manager
other Council staff as required

Community Representatives
Four community representatives
One community youth representative 

Meets
Quarterly or as required. 

Purpose
Quarterly or as required. The Public Art Advisory Panel (PAAP) assists Council in the assessment and development of future public art commissions and programs.

The PAAP will also assist to develop guidelines for the management and maintenance of its public art collection.  The PAAP will determine the level of success to a variety of qualitative measures, including: 

•     An increase in the number of high-quality public art projects and initiatives
•     More vibrant town centres and open spaces throughout the City
•     An increase in the number and diversity of creative initiatives integrated into our cultural and community events
•     Improvement in the way public art projects are integrated into Council-led capital works projects
•     An increase in the number and quality of public art in new developments
•     Artwork acquisition processes model best practice guidelines
•     Improved management and maintenance of the public art collection

The Advisory Panel will provide independent advice and make recommendations on the implementation of the Public Art Strategy and the acquisition and management of public art projects in Shellharbour.

Regional Development Australia (Illawarra)

Council Delegate 
WCC Representative
KMC Representative
(No councillor delegate is required)

Purpose
Regional Development Australia (RDA) is an Australian Government initiative that brings together all levels of government to support growth and development of regional Australia. RDA is delivered through a national network of 55 committees who build partnerships between governments, regional development organisations, local businesses, community groups to provide strategic responses to social, economic and environmental issues affecting regional Australia. Each RDA committee contains members from local government.

Shell Cove Advisory Panel

Councillor Representatives
[No Councillor delegates required on this panel]

Staff Representatives
Executive Manager - Shell Cove
Chief Financial Officer
Director Council Sustainability - as required
Chief Executive Officer - as required
other Council staff as required

Meets
As and when required

Purpose
The Shell Cove Advisory Panel was endorsed at Council’s 8 June 2021 meeting and will provide strategic advice to support Council in decisions relating to investment of Shell Cove profits and operational business performance.

Shellharbour Airport Management Advisory Committee

Delegates
Councillor John Davey
Councillor Maree Duffy-Moon

Alternate Delegate
Deputy Mayor Kellie Marsh

Staff Representatives
Airport Manager
Manager Business and Investment
Chief Financial Officer

Regional Business Representatives
Wollongong Council (1)
Kiama Council (1)
Industry and Investment NSW (1)
Regional Development Australia – Illawarra (1)
South Coast Regional Tourism Organisation (1)
Destination Wollongong (1)
Division of the Department of Premier and Cabinet (1)
Illawarra Business Chamber (1)

Meets
Four times per year or as required at Shellharbour Civic Centre.

Purpose
To advise on policy and strategies to encourage business growth and development at the airport and to strengthen the airport’s role in providing transport services, tourism and business opportunities within the region.

Shellharbour Airport Operations Working Party

Councillor Representatives
Deputy Mayor Kellie Marsh
Councillor John Davey
Councillor Jacqui Graf
Councillor - vacant

Staff Representative
Director Council Sustainability - Convenor
Airport Manager
Airport Reporting Officer

Aerodrome Operators Representatives
Aerodrome tenant (1 each)
or Designated Operator (1 each)

Community Representatives
Two Local Committee Representatives

Meets
As and when required

Purpose
To advise on airport operational issues including annual capital works and maintenance programs, airport security, local operational plans (emergency etc), review aircraft complaints and to inform the working party about development applications within the airport.

Shellharbour City Sports Assistance Advisory Committee

Delegates
Deputy Mayor Kellie Marsh
Councillor Colin Gow
Councillor John Davey

Alternate Delegate
Councillor Jacqui Graf

Staff Representatives
Chief Financial Officer - Convenor
Senior Financial Accountant
Group Manager Community Connections (or representative)
Executive Manager/ Public Officer (or representative)
Corporate Meetings Officer

Community Representatives
Up to four to six community representatives elected every two years from affiliated organisations. 

Meets
As and when required, at least quarterly at the Shellharbour Civic Centre. 

Purpose
The purpose of the Shellharbour City Sports Assistance Advisory Committee is to administer and seek sponsorship for the Shellharbour City Sports Assistance Fund Program and to consider applications from affiliated members or organisations to provide financial assistance to sports people living in the Shellharbour local government area when chosen to represent their sport at Country, State or National Level.  It is also tasked with assisting with the organising of the Sports Star of the Year Awards event and selection of the Sports Star of the Year Award recipients. 

South Coast Regional Arts Development Organisation

Councillor Delegate:
Councillor Robert Petreski

Alternate:
Deputy Mayor Kellie Marsh

Staff Representatives 
Group Manager Community Connections
Others, as required

 Meets
 As necessary, to be determined

Purpose
 

South East Australian Transport Strategy Executive Committee

Accountable to
South East Australian Transport Strategy Inc (SEATS)

Council Delegate
Mayor Chris Homer

Alternate
Deputy Mayor Kellie Marsh
 
Meets
Meetings are held quarterly: Febraury and August in Victoria, May and November in NSW.

Charter
The South East Australian Transport Strategy Inc (SEATS) aims to stimulate and facilitate investment in transport infrastructure in south eastern New South Wales, eastern Victoria and the ACT Region. Members of SEATS include local government, regional development organisations, government agencies, regional industry and academics. The SEATS region is in a triangle to the east of a line linking the NSW City of Wollongong to the north, the Victorian City of Greater Dandenong to the south and the Cooma, Bombala, Tumut and Tumbarumba areas, the ACT and Yass, Goulburn and Crookwell to the west.

Southern Joint Regional Planning Panel

Accountable to
Department of Planning, Industry & Infrastructure

Council Delegates
Mayor Chris Homer

Alternate
Deputy Mayor Kellie Marsh

External Planning Consultant - Mr Graham Rollinson

Staff Attending
Group Manager City Development
Manager - Planning
Development Assessment Officer
Other staff as required

Meets
As required

Purpose

The principal function of Southern Regional Planning Panel is to :

  • determine regionally significant development applications (DAs), certain other DAs and s4.55(2) and s4.56 modification applications
  • act as the Planning Proposal Authority (PPA) when directed
  • undertake rezoning reviews
  • provide advice on other planning and development matters when requested
  • determine site compatibility certificates under the State Environmental Planning Policy (Housing for Seniors or People with a Disability) 2004.

Tourism Shellharbour Management Board

Responsible to
Tourism Shellharbour (Shellharbour Tourist & Visitors Assoc. Inc)

Council Delegate
Mayor Chris Homer
Manager Business & Investment
 
Alternative Delegate
Deputy Mayor Kellie Marsh

Community Representatives
8 industry/Community Representatives

Meets
Third Tuesday of each month at 8.00 am at the Civic Centre.
 
Staff Representatives
Tourism Manager
Tourism Coordinator

Purpose

Tourism Shellharbour is the official tourism organisation responsible for the strategic marketing and promotion of the City of Shellharbour.

Tourism Shellharbour’s main pillars are:

  • Destination Marketing and Development

  • Industry Development and Training

  • Visitor Information Services including the Level 1 Accredited Visitor Information Centre at Shellharbour Village

  • Partnerships and Alliances

Traffic Committee

Responsible to: Transport for NSW (formerly Roads & Maritime Services)

Delegate
Councillor John Davey

Alternative Delegate
Deputy Mayor Kellie Marsh

Community Representatives
Member for Kiama or representative
Member for Shellharbour or representative
Police Local Area Command
Transport for NSW

Staff Attending
Group Manager Built and Natural Environment - Convenor
Manager Floodplain and Transport
Senior Transport Engineer
Engineering Technical Officer
Regulation & Compliance Supervisor
Road Safety Officer
Corporate Meetings Officer

Meets
Monthly - first Wednesday of every month commencing at 9.30 am at Shellharbour Civic Centre.

Charter
Shellharbour Traffic Committee consists of one voting representative from Council, one voting representative from Transport for NSW, one voting local member representative for each seat, and one voting representative from Traffic Branch of the Police Services. This Committee considers all matters pertaining to the provision of traffic management facilities. This Committee makes recommendations to Council. Should Council disagree with a decision of this Committee, then the matter is referred to Transport for NSW.

Last updated : Thu 10 Feb 2022