At the beginning of each Council or committee meeting, up to 30 minutes is available for the public (individuals or groups) to present on a matter that is on the meeting’s agenda. Each individual or group is allowed up to five minutes to speak.
Speakers are listed on a first come, first served basis, and as many speakers as possible will be heard within the allocated 30 minutes.
Note: Your name, a summary of what you say and anything you distribute at the meeting will be included in the minutes and made available online, as well as livestreamed and included on our YouTube channel.
The governance structure including Council and Committees, broadly, provides leadership and advocacy on behalf of the people of Hamilton. This includes making decisions on the vision for our city and specific powers granted under the Local Government Act 2002.
Want to know the outcomes of the meeting? You can watch the meeting live or watch a recording once the meeting is over below.
Livestream available 10 mins prior to meeting start
Just need to know the decisions? Read and download the minutes of the meeting as soon as they're available. We'll upload the draft, unconfirmed and confirmed minutes as soon as we can.
Minutes will be available shortly after the meeting