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The City of Stonnington takes its responsibility to residents seriously and is committed to providing good governance, and transparent and open consultation at all times.
In this section you will find the City’s policies plus information about delegations, freedom of information, petitions, protected disclosure and more.
In this section find the Councillor code of conduct, and the code of conduct related to protecting children within our community.
Council policies forms part of the City of Stonnington's decision-making framework and provide guidance on a range of issues.
To effectively and efficiently carry out its business, Council delegates some powers, duties and functions to Council officers.
Under the Freedom of Information Act, individuals have the right to access particular documents from Council.
Find out the rules to preparing a petition and what happens when a petition is tabled at a Council meeting.
View our public interest disclosures policy and procedures for information about how to make a disclosure, protections under the Act, and how a disclosure may be managed and handled by the Council.
In accordance with our Public Transparency Policy, and in line with requirements of the Local Government Act 2020 we collect and make public information some councillor and council administration activities and responsibilities.
Our Mutual Respect Charter outlines our expectations of what our community can expect when dealing with Council.
The Committee assists Council to fulfil its organisational risk management, accounting and reporting responsibilities.