Council meetings

Our 15 Councillors make decisions on behalf of the community at Council Meetings. Before each meeting, an agenda for the meeting is available with the detailed background information in the Business Papers. Shortly after each meeting, the Minutes are also published on this website. 

The ordinary meetings of Central Coast Council are generally held fortnightly on Monday evenings. From time to time Council may convene an Extraordinary Meeting outside these regular times and public notification will be given of any of these meetings.

Meetings are run in accordance with the Council's Code of Meeting Practice and Code of Conduct.

The location of the meetings alternate between the Council Chambers at Gosford and Wyong.

Public Council Meetings are also streamed live so that you can access what is discussed without attending in person.

Next scheduled meetings

Tuesday, 29th January6.30pmCouncil Chambers, 2 Hely Street, Wyong
Monday, 11th February6.30pmCouncil Chambers, 2 Hely Street, Wyong
Monday, 25th February6.30pmCouncil Chambers, 2 Hely Street, Wyong

Speaking at Public Forums

Public Forums are held immediately before Council Meetings if required. You can request to address Council at a Public Forum and this request must be lodged by no later than 10am on the day of the Council Meeting. The Request to Speak form outlines the guidelines for speaking on a meeting agenda item, including how long you can speak.

Please submit a Request to Speak form to and phone Council’s Meeting Support Officer on 02 4350 5222.


Watch the meeting livestream.

Please note that Confidential Sessions within a Council Meeting will not be webcast.

The webcast of Council Meetings is not, and shall not, be taken to be an official record of Central Coast Council or of any meeting or discussion depicted therein. Central Coast Council does not accept liability for any defamatory remarks or inappropriate comments that are made during the course of a meeting. Recordings of Council Meetings are copyright protected and cannot be reused or reproduced without approval from Council.

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Last updated : Tue 18 Dec 2018