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Policy Register

North Burnett Regional Council has developed a Policy Framework consisting of 3 Policy Categories – Statutory, Governance and General.

Statutory Policy is a policy that must be approved by the CEO and adopted by Council resolution due to a statutory requirement to establish a policy direction and to inform decision-making on a specific topic or issue. Compliance with a Statutory Policy is mandatory.

Statutory Policies

Statutory Policy is a policy that must be approved by the CEO and adopted by Council resolution due to a statutory requirement to establish a policy direction and to inform decision-making on a specific topic or issue. Compliance with a Statutory Policy is mandatory.

Statutory Policies
Administrative Action Complaints Policy Download now
Advertising Spending Policy Download now
Community Grants Policy Download now
Councillor Acceptable Requests Download now
Councillor Code of Conduct Download now
Debt Policy Download now
Entertainment and Hospitality Download now
Fraud and Corruption Prevention Policy Download now
Investigation Policy Download now
Investment Policy Download now
North Burnett Regional Council Certified Agreement 2018-2021 Download now
Procurement and Purchasing Download now
Public Interest Disclosure Policy Download now
Reimbursement and Provision of Facilities for Mayor and Councillors Download now
Revenue Policy Download now

Governance Policies

Governance Policy is a policy approved by the CEO and endorsed by Council that supports a statutory obligation and/or establishes a corporate direction and informs decision-making on a specific topic or issue, such as a Council governance matter or an economic, environmental, social and/or cultural topic or issue of interest to the community. Compliance with a Governance Policy is mandatory.

Governance Policies
Drug and Alcohol Policy Download now
Enterprise Risk Management Policy Download now
Information Privacy Policy Download now
Work Health and Safety Policy Download now

General Policies

General Policy is a policy authorised by the CEO or relevant General Manager established to influence the day-to-day operations of the Council. A General policy is internal, team or directorate focused. Compliance with a General Policy is mandatory.

General Policies
Abandoned Vehicles Download now
Amenity and Aesthetics Download now
Application and Operation of Camera Surveillance Download now
Arts and Culture Download now
Asset Management Download now
Benefits and Gifts Download now
Business Streetscape Download now
Camera Detected Traffic Infringement Notices Download now
Caretaker Period Download now
Cemeteries Download now
Collection Development Download now
Community Diversity and Social Cohesion Download now
Councillor Contact with Lobbyists – Developers and Submitters Officers Not Present – Option B Download now
Councillor Contact with Lobbyists – Developers and Submitters Officers Present – Option A Download now
Debt Recovery Policy Download now
Domestic Violence Leave and Support Download now
Drought Management of Urban Water Download now
Dust Reduction on Council Rural Roads Download now
Environmental Nuisances Download now
Environmental Download now
Feral Pig Management Download now
Free Use of Meeting Rooms for Not-For-Profit Organisations Download now
Gates and Grids on Local Roads Download now
General Waste Collection for Kerbside Collection Download now
Handling Confidential Information (Closed Meetings) Download now
Health and Safety Committee Constitution Download now
ICT Policy Download now
Local Disaster Management Levy Download now
Maintenance of Footpaths Download now
Major or Significant Projects – Records Management Download now
Motor Vehicle Policy Download now
Named Road Reserves and Unconstructed Road Reserves Download now
Naming of Streets Download now
NBRC Administrative Agreement 2016 Download now
Partial Relief from Water Charges Download now
Policy and Procedure Framework Download now
Pro Rata Registration for New Cats and New Dogs Download now
Project Management Download now
Records Management Policy Download now
Regional Libraries, Customer Service and Administration Centres Dress Code Download now
Related Parties Download now
Responsible Conduct – Council Owned and Controlled Caravan Parks and Camping Facilities Download now
Rural Addressing Download now
Rural and Urban Signage Policy Download now
Standing Committee Terms of Reference Download now
Stock Route and Road Easement Management Download now
Trade Waste Download now
Use of Cania Dam Recreational Precinct Catering Facility Download now
Use of Council Hall and Rooms Download now
Volunteer Download now
Wandering Livestock Download now
Waste Scavenging and Disposal Download now
Wild Dog and Dingo Management Download now
Work Health and Safety – Consultation Download now