How do I get access to information?
The George Town Council is required by the Right to Information Act 2009 to make information available to the public through proactive disclosure, this means we are to routinely make information available which will assist the public in understanding what it is we do and how we do it.
This is may be done via our website, through publications (e.g. Council Newsletters), via reports (e.g. our Annual Report).
Some information is not released in this way, either because it is not of general public interest or because it is information the Council would need to assess against the exemptions in the Right to Information Act 2009 prior to disclosure.
If you cannot find the information via one of the means below contact the Council and we may be able to assist you in finding it or we may give it to you. If it is not freely available we will assist you to make an application for an assessed disclosure.
You may find information from the George Town Council in one of the following ways:
Via Tasmania Online
- Search for the information on Tasmania Online (it may be available from another source) - http://www.tas.gov.au/
Direct from the George Town Council
- Search the George Town Council Website - www.georgetown.tas.gov.au
- Look in our annual reports
- Look at our publications
- Give the George Town Council a call on (03) 6382 8800
- Email the George Town Council on firstname.lastname@example.org