Local laws, Council policies and delegations
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The City of Rockingham Public Places and Local Government Property Local Law 2018 will come into effect on 22 May 2019.
From 22 May 2019 the following local laws wil be repealed as a result of the new local law above.
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Council Policies are developed to meet the needs of Council and are adopted by the Council. These policies are wide ranging across many of the City's services and responsibilities, and reviewed periodically.
Code of Conduct
The City's Code of Conduct provides consistent guidelines for an acceptable standard of professional conduct. The code addresses the broader issue of ethical responsibility and encourages transparency and accountability.
Delegated Authority Register
Local governments are required to make numerous decisions every day.
In practice, in order to enable local governments to focus on strategic issues and reduce the amount of meeting time required, local governments are able to delegate many of those decisions so we can respond more effectively to the community and provide for timely, consistent decision making.
The Delegated Authority Register provides information about where the power to delegate is derived from, including legislation and policies of Council. The register is reviewed annually in accordance with the Local Government Act 1995.