Council policies | City of Fremantle

Council policies

Policies represent the values of council and while not binding, provide elected members and City staff with a framework to help guide decisions.

Policies are also useful in helping people understand the reasoning behind decisions.

Local planning policies and those relating to development can be viewed in the planning section.

A-Z of council policies

Acquisition and disposal of property
Advocacy 
Alcohol management
Alfresco dining (table and chairs)
Annual general meeting of electors / Special meeting of electors
Appointment of acting Chief Executive Officer
Artist studio program
Asset management
Breakout
Borrowings
Budget management
Car share
Circuses on land owned or controlled by the City of Fremantle
City of Fremantle art collection
Civic collections
Coat of arms, logo and common seal
Code of conduct for employees
Community engagement
Community gardens
Community Street Activation
Competitive practice
Complaint management
Consumption of liquor without a meal in outdoor eating areas
Council Code of Conduct Division 3 Complaint Handling
Council decision making during electoral period
Council Members Committee Members and Candidates Code of Conduct
Crossover
Debtor management
Disposal of inconsequential, surplus or lost property items
Diverse and affordable housing
Dog exercise and prohibited areas
Elected member and chief executive officer attendance at events
Elected member professional development 
Elected members allowances and reimbursements
Electoral activities and signage 
Execution of documents
Film friendly city
Financial hardships
Financial reserve funds
Flying of flags
Fremantle suburban footpaths
Granting and exercising Freedom of Entry
Grants and Sponsorship
Greywater reuse systems
Guidelines for Local Government CEO Recruitment and Selection, Performance Review and Termination 2021
Heritage places reserve
Internal groups
Investment
Lease agreements for council properties
Leasing of City property in a competitive manner
Library and information service
Liquor licensing act provisions
Loans to clubs and associations
Meeting procedures
Nuclear free Fremantle
Nyoongar acknowledgement
Outdoor events
Parking infringement appeals
Parklets
Payments to terminating employees
Policy and procedures for the dedication, upgrade or closure of rights of ways
Precincts
Public buildings assessment
Pyrotechnic management
Purchasing
Records management
Recreation
Related party disclosures
Residential and multi-purpose parking permits
Risk management
Risk management plan approval for licensed premises under the Liquor Act
Sister cities
Strategic planning framework
Street and reserve tree
Street art and graffiti removal
Sustainable events
Traffic calming priority
Traffic management - local area
Verge garden
Work health and safety

The following council policy, adopted on 25 November 2020, will take effect from the first meeting held at the Walyalup Civic Centre:
Recording and live streaming of meetings

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