Guidelines & Overview
North Sydney Community Precincts
North Sydney Council is committed to the principles of 'Open Government' through ongoing communication and consultation. In line with this approach, Council established the 'Community Precinct System', in the late 1970s, encouraging residents, workers, students and property owners to take an active role in providing input into the operations of Council.
Precinct Committees are run by residents and are advisory. Precinct Committee meetings are open forums which anyone can attend and consult on a range of community issues. The meetings are one avenue for informing Council of community opinion and maintaining two-way communications between community members and Council staff and Councillors. Precincts comments are responded to and considered by Council in its statutory decision making role. Precincts also encourage social interaction within the local community by coordinating events.
To begin with, you can find your local Precinct area on this map (151KB).
To contact your Precinct or find out when it meets, refer to the left-hand navigation.
All Precinct Committees in North Sydney operate under:
Find out more
- Look out for the meeting invite/flyer distributed in your Precinct.
- Check the weekly advertisement in the Mosman Daily.
- Check the Community Noticeboard located in your Precinct.
- Contact Council's Community Engagement Section on 9936 8285
or email firstname.lastname@example.org
(This is the official site of the North Sydney Precinct System. Other websites may provide information about Precinct Committees within North Sydney, however they do not express the views of Council, rather they reflect the opinions and ideas of the individuals who create and maintain those sites.)