The policies listed below are MidCoast Council policies adopted after June 2016.
To read archived policies adopted by any of the former three Councils prior to merger in June 2016, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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To assist Councillors, staff and community representatives (on committees or working parties) in making decision that reflect the corporate values of MidCoast Council and provide standards to be met.
To control the erection of election signage in the MidCoast Council area during Federal, State and Local Government elections road reserve areas subject to lodgement of a bond and other conditions of compliance.
Policy to make public spaces in our town centres attractive and vibrant.
To ensure all Mid-Coast Council Officials are aware of their obligations in relation to the receiving of gifts and benefits.
The Code provides details of the procedures and standards for the conduct of Council business.
To ensure that there is accountability and transparency in the reimbursement of expenses incurred or to be incurred by councillors or administrators.
Planning Proposal and Development Control Plan Applications
Information, tips and protocols on addressing Council at a meeting.(Following the Gloucester Shire Council Code of Meeting Practice as per the Proclamation of the MidCoast Council on 12 May 2016).
Mid-Coast Council is committed to conducting its business in a professional and ethical manner. This Statement of Business Ethics Policy sets out the standard of behavior that Council expects from the private sector when conducting business.
To ensure that third parties conducting activities on Council controlled property or providing services to or on behalf of Council demonstrate sound risk management practices and hold and maintain appropriate insurance so as to protect Council and members of the public in the event that a loss is suffered.