Waverley Council is divided into four departments to provide services for the Waverley community.
Information about careers at Waverley, current positions and the benefits of working for Waverley Council.
Council Meetings are held monthly, along with regular committee meetings. This page provides information about meeting agendas and minutes.
Waverley Council is made up of four wards (geographical areas), each electing three Councillors. The twelve Councillors are elected by residents and ratepayers for four year terms. The last elections were held on 8 September 2012. The positions of Mayor and Deputy Mayor are normally elected by Councillors for a 12 month period. Councillor Sally Betts is the current Mayor.
Waverley Council convenes and supports several advisory and consultative committees. These committees tackle broad local issues and provide a forum for discussion among council representatives, local agencies and community members.
Plans, policies & reports
Council provides its plans, policies and reports electronically for the community to access.
Access To Council information
This page outlines how information held by Council can be access under the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009. It provides links to publicly available information and the methods and links to application forms to access information that is not publicly available. Links to the Information and Privacy Commissioner are also provided together with information on review rights if information has been withheld.
Waverley Council accepts online payments for a number of its services.