Community Asset Committee

Council is responsible for a large number of community facilities across the Yarriambiack Shire Council, including recreation reserves, pools, retirement units, halls etc

To help us operate these facilities, we partner with Community Asset Committees who directly manage community property and facilities on behalf of Council.

Under section 65 of the Local Government Act 2020 Community Asset Committees are delegated the function, duties and powers to oversee the operation of their relevant facility.

Community Asset Committee members are unpaid volunteers, who are often local residents and / or belong to the facility’s user group.

Being part of a Community Asset Committee allows community members to play a key role in managing and maintaining the facilities they use, giving a sense of community ownership.  We are very grateful to Community Asset Committee members for the time and energy they dedicate to their important roles.

Minutes from meetings of Community Asset Committee’s are available in the next Council Meeting Agenda / Minutes following a Committee Meeting.


Woomelang Retirement Units

Community Asset Committee Instrument of Delegation - Woomelang Retirement Units(PDF, 726KB)

Community Asset Committee Charter - Woomelang Retirement Units(PDF, 580KB)

Hopetoun Swimming Pool

Community Asset Commitee Instrument of Delegation - Hopetoun Swimming Pool(PDF, 202KB)