Working Groups

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Working Groups

A working group, is a group with specialists skills, expertise or a keen interest who work together to achieve specific goals.  Working groups assist Council’s operations by providing a strategic focus on issues or undertaking activities to ensure best practice, ongoing maintenance and continuous improvement. 

 


Companion Animals Management Working Group:

The Companion Animals Working Group has been established to assist Council’s operations by providing a strategic focus on community education and improved community safety associated with the residential keeping of companion animals (dogs and cats) in Broken Hill.

To nominate for this Working Group use the online form.

Terms of Reference - Companion Animals Management Working Group(PDF, 101KB)(PDF, 102KB)

 

Tidy Towns Working Group:

Representatives of the Tidy Towns Working Group will assist Council in undertaking activities to ensure best practice waste management and recycling systems, whilst maintaining a green and attractive city in an environmentally responsible manner.

Constitution of the Tidy Towns Working Group(PDF, 141KB)

To nominate for this Working Group use the online form.