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Parramatta City Council’s Advisory Committees
The purpose of each Advisory Committee is to advise Council on the views, needs and interests of particular communities in the Parramatta Local Government Area.
Council is looking for leaders in the community who may have experience or expertise in the areas defined by their Committee of interest and who can energetically commit themselves to Advisory Committee responsibilities.
Interested persons with appropriate skills and knowledge from the local community are invited to submit an Expression of Interest to Council.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Advisory Committee
The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Advisory Committee was established in 1995 and advises Council on the issues, needs and priorities of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. The Committee collaborates with Council staff to develop strategies and actions to address these needs issues and priorities.
Membership is open to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people living and or connected to Parramatta and to non Indigenous people individuals or representatives of local community organisations with a demonstrated commitment, sensitivity to, and understanding of issues relating to the local Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people.
Access Advisory Committee
The Access Advisory Committee provides advice, input and feedback to Council relating to people with physical disabilities and Access issues associated with intellectual, sensory, aural, visual and psychological challenges. The Committee meets bi-monthly, and also participates in ad-hoc working groups and meetings that fall outside the established meeting schedule.
Heritage Advisory Committee
The Heritage Advisory Committee advises Council on a range of heritage matters of interest to the community; assists Council in the development of policies and strategies for the management of Parramatta's heritage and assists Council in the allocation of grants under the Local Heritage Fund. Meetings of the Committee are held on a bi-monthly basis and membership is open to people with a commitment, sensitivity and understanding of heritage issues in the Parramatta Local Government Area.
Cycleways Advisory Committee
The Cycleways Advisory Committee provides advice to Council on strategic matters relating to cycling, as well as providing a forum for the community to give feedback or raise issues on cycling matters. This includes best practice cycleway planning and design, as well as education and behaviour change strategies.
The Committee meetings are held bi-monthly and membership is open to engaged and interested residents within the City of Parramatta Local Government Area, as well as members of cycle clubs or Bike User Groups active in the area.
Last updated on 01 Jun 2016