The City of Mount Gambier is responsible for providing a diverse range of facilities and services which contribute significantly to the quality of life of its community.
The Council is comprised of a Mayor elected at large and eight Councillors who are elected to represent electors across the whole of the council area, rather than a particular ward.
Council has determined that Ordinary Meetings of Council will be held on the third Tuesday each month, in the Council Chamber, Civic Centre, 10 Watson Terrace.
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The City of Mount Gambier Estimated Resident Population for 2016 is 26,993, with a population density of 7.97 persons per hectare.
The City of Mount Gambier has a strong commitment to maintaining high standards of good governance.
Local government in South Australia manages its finances conservatively under extreme constraints.
In 2019/2020 it is anticipated that 68% or $21.412m of Council’s operating revenue will come from rates. Council’s rating strategy uses a combination of a fixed charge on every rateable property and a differential or variable rating system, based on land use, when calculating general rates.
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