COVID 19 update: In-person public attendance at Council meetings has recommenced.

Council meetings are held between the St Kilda and Port Melbourne Town Halls. Visitors to our town halls must be double vaccinated and provide evidence on arrival. Alternatively, you can participate in the Council meeting virtually via WebEx or watch the meeting via livestream.

Due to capacity limits at the town halls, it is essential that you pre-register your attendance via our Request to Speak form webpage by 4 pm on the day of the meeting.

Attending in person

Please indicate on the 'request to speak' form if you are attending the meeting in person. Please note, attendees who have not pre-registered may be unable to access the meeting in person if the meeting is at capacity

Conditions of entry

There are COVID-safe requirements you will need to follow to keep everyone safe. Do not attend a Council meeting if you are feeling unwell or are waiting for the results of a COVID-19 test.

When entering the town hall and Council Chamber:

  • Visitors to our town halls must be double vaccinated and provide evidence on arrival.
  • Utilise the hand sanitiser provided upon entry to the building.
  • Maintain social distance between yourself and others where possible.

Attending Virtually

Council Meetings will continue to be conducted through a Hybrid method. If not attending in person, members of the public can join the WebEx meeting virtually and ask their questions live during the meeting. The WebEx meeting can be joined via internet connection on any device, or dialled into via phone. For privacy reasons, only audio will be heard, the video will not be displayed at any time during the meeting.

Watching Council Meetings from home

Council meetings continue to be live-streamed to allow our community to watch the meeting online. Members of the public can access the live-stream via our live stream website or Facebook page.

Please note, each speaker can speak for three minutes, the chair reserves the right to limit the speaking time to two minutes for a particular item if there are five or more speakers, please bear this in mind when preparing your submission.

Meeting protocols

Request to speak form

Please complete the online form using the My Port Phillip portal. Registered users of My Port Phillip will find their personal details already populated in the form, making submission faster and easier.

Please note you do not need to specify a location using the map. Please skip that question.

Having trouble?

Should you have any difficulty when submitting our request to speak form, please contact us:

Online: My Port Phillip
Phone: 03 8563 7490

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