About Wagga Wagga City Council
Wagga Wagga City Council serves more than 66,000 residents across an area of 4825 square kilometres with an overall budget of more than $218.9M.
The organisation manages more than $1.47 billion in assets, including a 2300km road network, Wagga Wagga Airport, Livestock Marketing Centre and the Oasis Regional Aquatic Centre. Council also provides important community facilities such as Wagga Wagga Art Gallery, Wagga Wagga City Library, Museum of the Riverina and Civic Theatre, as well as maintaining countless parks, playgrounds and sporting facilities to ensure Wagga maintains its reputation as “the City of Good Sports”.
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More information about Council
Statement of Business Ethics
The City of Wagga Wagga is committed to high ethical standards and this Statement of Business Ethics sets out the standards the Council requires of Council officials (Councillors, staff and delegates), contractors and their staff and other business associates.
It is essential that all City officials, contractors and their staff and other business associates work together to maintain our excellent reputation.
The standards contained in this statement are based on those in the City's Management Plan and the City's Code of Conduct.
In dealing with our council you are responsible for maintaining our high ethical standards in all contract work. The City of Wagga Wagga expects all parties to perform their duties with integrity, honesty and fairness.
The City's Corporate Values
Council’s corporate values are the guiding principles on which Council bases its beliefs and behaviour. They underpin all that Council does as an organisation. Our four corporate values are;
What you can expect from the City
When doing business with the private sector, Council officials are accountable for their actions and are expected to:
- Respect and follow Council’s policies and procedures, and abide by the law.
- Be accountable and act in the public interest.
- Promote fair and open competition while seeking best value for money.
- Avoid personal conflicts of interest with public duty.
- Respond promptly to reasonable requests for advice and information.
- Not solicit or accept any benefit from a provider for the discharge of official duties.
- Protect confidential information.
- Assess applications objectively, considering all relevant and material factors.
- Use public resources effectively and efficiently.
- Deal fairly, honestly and ethically with all individuals and organisations.
Federal & State Government Members
The three tiers of government: Federal, State & Local
Federal : Decisions affect all Australians (national economy, defence etc.)
State : Decisions affect each State only (education, Police Force etc.)
Local : Decisions affect each local area only (local roads, libraries, garbage services, parks & gardens, drainage etc.).
Federal Government Member
Michael McCormack MP
State Government Member
Dr Joe McGirr MP
Member for Wagga Wagga
Your Local Government and how it works
A tour of the Council Meeting Room provides school children with the opportunity to see how Council meetings are conducted. They also learn how Councillors are elected, their roles and responsibilities and how the local community can be involved in the decision making process. Learn about the services and facilities that Councils provides their local communities by watching the 13 minute DVD entitled "It's Your Council".
Wagga Wagga City Council
Tel: 1300 292 442