Stonnington Disability and Access Committee

The Stonnington Disability and Access Committee (SDAC) provides advice and expertise on how Council can improve access and inclusion in Stonnington. The group also provides feedback on the progress of the City of Stonnington Disability Inclusion Action Plan 2023-26.

The Disability Inclusion Action Plan outlines Council's commitment to supporting people with disability, and their families and carers, to enjoy wellbeing, dignity, and social independence in Stonnington. The plan is being developed and will be released later in the year.

The SDAC has 12 community members who are people with disability, carers, family members or represent a local disability agency. The SDAC meetings are chaired by a Councillor.

What topics does the SDAC discuss?

The SDAC discusses many issues and topics in meetings. Discussion can include:

  • raising awareness of systemic issues experienced by people with disability in the community
  • providing feedback on Council's projects, services and policies
  • supporting the planning of local community events or forums
  • how Council can better engage with the disability community.

How often does the SDAC meet?

The SDAC meets five times yearly in February, May, July, September and November. Meetings are held after business hours. Meetings run for up to 90 minutes.

Where are meetings held?

We host meetings in a hybrid format. This means that members have the choice to attend online or in person.

Where can I read more?

Details about the role and objectives of the Committee can be found in the Volunteer Committee Member - position statement(PDF, 50KB)

For more information, please contact Council at or on 03 8290 1333.