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Horsham Rural City Council has seven Councillors, elected every four years by the residents of the municipality.  Voting is conducted via postal vote with the most recent election held on 22 October 2016.  The Mayor is elected for a one-year period each November and is voted in by the Councillors.  The current Mayor is Cr Mark Radford.

The seven Councillors are the elected representatives of all residents and ratepayers across the municipality.  They have responsibility for setting the strategic direction for the Horsham Rural City Council, policy development, identifying service standards and monitoring performance across the organisation. 

Each Councillor has a portfolio of local committees that they attend, providing a valuable link between the community and Council.

Council meetings are held on the fourth Monday of every month at the Civic Centre Municipal Offices in Horsham commencing at 5.30pm.  Meetings are open to the general public.  

The Mayor and Councillors are available to attend and officiate at local events.  If you would like to invite the Mayor and/or Councillors to an event, please complete the Mayor and Councillors Event Information and return to Mayor's Office.  For further details, please contact Fiona Kelly, Executive Assistant to the Chief Executive Officer and Councillors on ph 5382 9725 or email

Council Meeting Dates, Agendas and Minutes

Mayor and Councillors Event Information Form

Mayor and Councillors Event Information Form - Printable