Expressions of interest sought for Community Advisory Committee

The Rural City of Murray Bridge is seeking persons interested in filling the vacant positions of Independent Community Members.

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The Rural City of Murray Bridge is seeking expressions of interest from persons interested in filling the vacant positions of Independent Community Members on Council’s Community Advisory Committee.

The Community Advisory Committee provides comments, feedback and recommendations to Council on:

  • Grants – funding applications

  • Public Art – proposals and promotion

  • History – preservation and promotion

  • Multicultural – service gaps and support

  • Sport and Recreation – facilities, Sporting Facilities Grants recommendation review

  • Tourism – promotion

  • Youth – activities and service gaps

  • Community Safety – support and promotion

  • Social Inclusion – support and promotion

  • Disability Inclusion – support and awareness

  • Street Naming (in accordance with Council Policy)

Members of the Committee are appointed by the Council.

The Committee consists of ten voting members, being two Elected Members, one Youth Advisory Committee Member and seven independent community members who demonstrate wide ranging interests and a passion for the Council area. The Mayor is an ex officio member of the Committee.

The available positions are voluntary and requires the attendance at either day or evening meetings. The meetings will be held at least quarterly.

A copy of the Committee’s Terms of Reference is available at the Council office or on the website at

For further details please contact Mr Reginald Budarick, Manager Community Services, on 8539 1428.

Applications should be forwarded to the Chief Executive Officer, Rural City of Murray Bridge, PO Box 421, Murray Bridge SA 5253 or email to by close of business on Friday, August 28, 2020.

Michael Sedgman, Chief Executive Officer

Photo of some of the Community Advisory Committee members in 2018: Peri Strathearn.