Meeting Agendas and Minutes
The ordinary meetings of Council are set in accordance with Sections 257 of the Local Government Regulation 2012 and are open for public attendance (some items may be closed to the public during the meeting to allow for discussion of confidential matters, this is known as 'Closed Session').
Meetings are generally held in the Council Chambers at City Hall however occasionally meetings may be required to be held in other locations.
The health and safety of our community and our staff is paramount during the COVID-19 situation and accordingly in line with section 277E of the Local Government Regulation 2012, it has been determined that it is not practicable for the public to attend Council meetings in person at the current time.
Until further notice, Council meetings will instead be livestreamed online here (please use internet explorer as your browser).
Rockhampton Regional Council Ordinary Meetings will be held on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month.
Please click on the following link to view the current Rockhampton Regional Council meeting days and times:
Schedule of Meetings - January to December 2021(PDF, 297KB)
Previous Meeting Documents
To see previous Council Meeting agenda and minute documents or defunct Committee Meeting agenda and minute documents please click here and then select the relevant meeting.
Council Meeting Procedures
Rockhampton Regional Council adopted its Meeting Procedures at the Ordinary Council meeting on 25 March 2020.
Council Meeting Procedures(PDF, 234KB)
Further information about Committees including minutes and agendas is available by selecting the relevant committee page.
A petition may be tabled on behalf of constituents by either a Councillor or the Chief Executive Officer at the first available Ordinary meeting of Council.
For a petition to be eligible to be tabled at a Council Meeting please refer to the Petition Factsheet(DOCX, 154KB).
A Petition Template(PDF, 699KB) is available for use to assist with required formatting.
Deputations are the process for a member of the public or a group to be able to speak or deliver a presentation to either a Committee or Council Meeting.
Anyone is able to request a deputation to a meeting. For more information and details on how to request a deputation refer to the Deputation Request Form and Factsheet(PDF, 695KB) .
For a full list of the guidelines to apply to present a deputation at a meeting please refer to the Deputation Guidelines(PDF, 70KB) .