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The Grants Policy provides a consistent, streamlined approach for community groups and organisations seeking funding for programs, events, products and services that bring a wide range of benefits to Ballarat.
Ballarat event planning toolkit
Got a great event idea but not sure where to start? We can help with that. The documents below make up our event toolkit – everything you need to organise your event, let people know about it, and to measure your success afterwards. City of Ballarat Event Toolkit Part A - Event Planning and Management Budget template Committee structure template Event operations manual template ...
Council documents available
Overseas and interstate travel Read the register of overseas and interstate travel taken by any councillors or member of staff in the last 12 months. Agendas and minutes Contact the Governance team for a copy of agendas and minutes. Contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org or 5320 5875. Committee minutes and agendas You can find committee minutes and agendas on our Committees page. Delegat...
Committee Terms of Reference/ Delegation Council officer responsible Members Meeting dates Community Grant Allocations Delegated Committee Community Grant Allocations Terms of Reference Community Grant Allocations Delegations Peter Appleton – Executive Manager Engaged Communities David Harris Dr Samantha Fabry Sofia...
How we’re keeping Ballarat active
We want to keep everyone moving and active at all stages of life. Here you can find out what we’re doing to help keep Ballarat active.
The municipality of Ballarat has a rich and living heritage. At least 40,000 years ago the Wadawurung and Dja Dja Wurrung Indigenous people called this country home. Their words 'balla arat' mean 'resting place' or 'bent elbow'. The first white settler - Archibald Yuille - called his property 'Ballaarat' in 1837 and gold was discovered at Buninyong in 1851. The Eureka Rebellion, one of Australia's defining historic and democratic moments...
Intercultural Ambassador Program
This program aims to enhance community awareness and social acceptance in Ballarat, foster leadership within multicultural and Indigenous communities, and highlight the positive contributions migrants and Indigenous Australians make to our community. Ambassadors are appointed every three years, with recruitment for our newest program anticipated in 2021.