The City of Subiaco has a number of advisory and other committees that assist Council in making decisions. Committees are established every two years following a normal local government election.
While committee meetings are not open to the public, agendas and minutes from each meeting are published on the agendas and minutes page. Recommendations from all committees are referred to Council for consideration and determination.
Audit and Risk Committee
The primary objective of the Audit and Risk Committee is to guide and assist the local government in carrying out its financial management and auditing functions and report to Council on the City’s progress of such matters. The committee is made up of elected members and a representative from the community with relevant experience. The committee meets as required and at least three times per year.
Disability, Access and Inclusion Committee
This committee exists to help the City with issues relating to disability access and inclusion. Committee members include elected members, City staff, and representatives from the community who work with people with disability, and who have an interest in accessibility and inclusion, and community members living with disability. The committee meets three times a year, or more regularly as required.
Economic and Business Sustainability Advisory Committee
This committee exists to help the City develop business strategies, initiatives and actions identified in the Economic Development Strategy. Members of this committee include representatives from the business community and the Western Suburbs Business Association. The committee is a key link between the City and its business community and meets every two months (with the exception of January and December).
Property and Investment Assets Committee
This committee provides advice and recommendations to Council in relation to the City's land assets, investment portfolio and influences on the City’s Strategic Financial Plan in respect to property and investment. The committee is made up of five elected members.