Council Meetings

Full council meetings are held on the third Wednesday of the month commencing at 3.30pm. By resolution no meeting is held in January.

Residents are reminded that 15 minutes public question time is held at the beginning of each meeting where questions may be asked with or without notice or an issue considered relevant to the operation of council. In some cases prior notification of a proposed question is considered prudent, particularly if the matter requires some research. Residents are also permitted to attend the whole council meeting if desired, however are not permitted to speak (unless directed by the President) or take part in debate on any agenda item.

The dates for the 2017 meetings are:

  • 15 February
  • 15 March
  • 19 April
  • 17 May
  • 21 June
  • 19 July
  • 16 August
  • 20 September
  • 18 October
  • 15 November
  • 20 December

Electors’ Meeting

The Elector's meeting is held in August of each year.  This meeting presents reports on the activities of the preceding 12 months and submits the annual statements and the Auditor’s Report.

Members of the public are invited to ask questions of the council at the meeting.

Public Meetings

From time to time council will call a public meeting on an item of community interest. Public notification is required.

  • Secondary Freight Network
    Secondary Freight Network The Shire of Wickepin, along with the 41 other Wheatbelt local governments, is working towards an integrated Wheatbelt Secondary Collector Freight Route project. Click here to read more
  • Wickepin Winter Weekend
    Wickepin Winter Weekend A number of caravan clubs including the West Coast Wags and The South West Wanderers also arrived to join in for the weekend. Click here to read more
  • Dryandra Country Art, Food & Wine Trail
    Dryandra Country Art, Food & Wine Trail Wickepin, Cuballing, Narrogin and Williams created a haven of art, food & wine with a big dose of country air and hospitality for the 5th annual art trail held over the recent Mother’s Day weekend. Click here to read more