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 email@example.com.
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To identify locations where Caravan Parks for Long Term Residence may be considered.
MidCoast Council is committed to ensuring that children and young people who access Council services are safeguarded from harm.
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.
The Code provides details of the procedures and standards for the conduct of Council business.
Council is committed to undertaking ongoing and meaningful engagement with its community and stakeholders. This policy outlines the principles and activities that will guide our community engagement practices to ensure they effectively contribute to Council’s decision-making process.
To ensure we handle complaints fairly, efficiently and effectively, we adhere to the Complaints Handling Policy and Procedure.
To ensure legislation and resources are applied to achieve positive environmental, health and safety outcomes for the community
The appropriate management of contaminated land is important to protect human health and the environment. Since contaminated land can restrict the development and certain uses of land it has economic, legal and planning implications for the community and for regulatory authorities
This Policy provides a framework for Councillors and staff conducting their civic duties by providing clear parameters around the ability to interact and receive information from authorised Council staff.
This policy enables the reasonable and appropriate reimbursement of expenses and provision of facilities to Councillors to help them undertake their civic duties. It ensures accountability and transparency, and seeks to align Councillor expenses and facilities with community expectations.