City of Karratha

Council Meeting Dates

Council Meetings are held on the third Monday of the month in the Council Chambers of the City of Karratha office located on Welcome Road, Karratha unless otherwise noted (see below).


In accordance with Regulation 12(2) of the Local Government (Administration) Regulations 1996, notice is given that Ordinary Council Meetings (OCM) for the remainder of 2020 previously scheduled for 5pm will now commence at 5.30pm.

Meetings are open to members of the public, however, owing to the current public health emergency (COVID-19) social distancing requirements will be in place and must be observed. 

Agenda papers will be available via the City website



The 2019 Annual Electors' Meeting will be rescheduled to a date still to be determined post the COVID emergency period.

In accordance with the Local Government (COVID-19 Response) Order 2020 a general meeting is not to be held during the COVID emergency period.



Public notice is hereby given of the City of Karratha Ordinary Council Meeting Dates for 2020, which were adopted by Council at its meeting on 18 November 2019.

All meetings will commence at 5.30pm and are open to the public.



20 January 2020

Council Chambers, Karratha

17 February 2020

Council Chambers, Karratha

16 March 2020

Council Chambers, Karratha

20 April 2020

Electronic Means (due to public health emergency COVID-19) 

18 May 2020

Council Chambers, Karratha

30 June 2020

Council Chambers, Karratha

20 July 2020

Council Chambers, Karratha

17 August 2020

Wickham Community Hub, Wickham

21 September 2020

Council Chambers, Karratha

19 October 2020

Council Chambers, Karratha

16 November 2020

Council Chambers, Karratha

14 December 2020

Council Chambers, Karratha

Any changes to the time, dates or venues will be publicly advertised.

For minutes and agenda papers - click here.


A period of Public Question Time will be open for 15 minutes at each meeting and this is your opportunity to ask questions. You will be asked to provide your name, address and question in writing. The question does not have to be written on a City form. It can be in the form of a letter or note, as long as it legibly shows your question and contact details. During the meeting at Public Question Time you will be invited to ask your question.

The question will either be responded to, taken on notice or not accepted by the Presiding Officer, usually the Mayor. If a question is taken on notice then it will be recorded and a written response provided to the questioner as soon as possible.

If possible, please email your question through to before the meeting. Your question will not be asked if you do not attend.