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The City of Melville’s Council consists of 13 Elected Members, 12 Councillors and a Mayor, voted in by you – the people who live and do business in the area.
The City recently undertook a review of its Ward Boundaries and Elected Member Representation, with the Council resolving in February 2017 to retain a six ward structure, with modified boundaries along with two Councillors representing each ward and a popularly elected Mayor.
How to make an effective submission or comment as part of a City of Melville Community Consultation.
Policy relating to Public Interest Disclosure
Council Policies at the City of Melville
A local law is a law adopted by a Council that reflects community needs and ensures the good rule and government of the area. Find out more about the City of Melville Local Laws
Local Government Elections for the City of Melville will be held on Saturday, 21 October 2017 and will be conducted by Postal Vote. View the profiles of each nominated candidate before making your vote count.
The Freedom of Information Act 1992 gives the public a right to apply for access to documents held by the City of Melville providing openness and accountability to the public.