Live Council Meetings Webcast

Liverpool Councillors standing together in a studio setting

Participate in Council Meetings

Liverpool City Council is proud to offer a live webcast of Council meetings held in the Council Chambers.

Watch a Live Webcast

Council meetings are open to the general public and all residents are invited to attend. If you are unable to attend the meeting in person, you can watch a live broadcast while the meeting is in session.

Click on the video "Live Stream Council Meeting" in the box to the right of this page (note: the video will only stream if a Council meeting is in session).

To watch the last council meeting please click here.

To watch previous Council meetings, click here.

Attend a Council Meeting

Liverpool City Council holds regular Council meetings on Wednesday night at 6pm (unless otherwise stated).

Francis Greenway Centre,
170 George Street,
Liverpool, NSW 2170

Council Meeting Report Summary

At the February meeting Council:

Council voted to immediately campaign for the Bankstown Metro line to be extended to Liverpool, highlighting plans of the NSW Opposition to redirect funds from the Sydney Metro Southwest to the Sydney Metro West, which will link Parramatta with the City.

Council also accepted an independent review of the four-day week for outdoor staff and voted unanimously that work begin setting clear Key Performance Indicators for these staff, in conjunction with the four-day week.

Council also:

  • adopted the Liverpool Heritage Strategy which has been developed over the past year with stakeholders;
  • voted to update the Works in Kind and Planning Agreement policies, which will improve Council’s ability to work with developers to achieve outcomes for the community;
  • increased the CEO’s financial delegation for approving tenders, which will speed up the approval process for new contracts;
  • supported Council’s move to zero-based budgeting after we map and cost the services we currently provide; and
  • voted to investigate options to improve air quality in Liverpool.

Confidential sessions of Council meetings will not be broadcast. If the webcast stream goes black during a meeting, this will likely indicate the Council has entered into a confidential session. Note, the footage will be removed at the conclusion of each meeting.

Welcome to the Liverpool City Council webstream of ordinary Council meetings. Please leave any feedback on items raised in the agenda here.

What are the system requirements to watch a webcast?

These are the necessary hardware and software specifications that your computer must have in order to view Council's webcast.

  • An internet connection with an ADSL1 or greater bandwidth speeds
  • PC computers running Windows XP (or later) and using the latest web browser version of Firefox, Chrome or Internet Explorer
  • Apple Macintosh computers running OSX 10.5 (or later) and using the latest web browser version of Safari, Firefox or Chrome
  • The latest version of Adobe Flash Player installed - the software can be found here(External link)

Liverpool City Council accepts no liability for any defamatory remarks that are made during the course of a meeting. The quality of the webcast will depend on your PC's memory and internet connection bandwidth.

Can the webcast be viewed on phones and tablets?

The live webcast can be viewed on mobile devices running iOS or Android operating systems.

The video quality of the webcast will depend greatly on the speed/strength of your Wi-Fi or mobile 3G/4G connection.

Who's listening

Community Development and Planning Team Liverpool City Council Phone 1300 36 2170 Email link)

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