Adopted policies, plans and strategies

Indigo Shire Council's Policies are guidelines for the many and varied issues that arise in the Shire.

Policies are the representation of the values that Council holds and offer guidance for staff and Councillors in the decision-making process. They are regularly reviewed and updated to ensure they are relevant for the corporate direction of the Council.

Please follow the links below to download a copy of Indigo Shire Council's policies, plans and strategies.

Road management plan downloads



12 December 2014 Social Media Policy
Social Media presents unique opportunities to improve communication and engagement with our community.
12 December 2014 Communications Policy
Communication involves creating and sharing common ground and underpins all that we do at Indigo Shire Council.
The Gift and Hospitality policy sets the direction to be taken by Councillors and Officers if offered gifts and hospitality whilst carrying out their work.
13 December 2013 Recreational Vehicle Policy
Indigo Shire is keen to demonstrate to the RV community that its towns embrace RV travellers and acknowledge their valuable contribution to regional economies whilst recognising that not all towns will be able to meet the RV Friendly/Destination criteria.
The purpose of Council’s Protected Disclosure Policy is to support the ethical behaviours and values expected from Councillors, Council Officers and employees as detailed in the Councillor and Staff Codes of Conduct.
Section 76C of the Local Government Act 1989 (the Act) sets out standards of conduct for Councillors and specifies arrangements to deal with misconduct.
Enable Special Committee members to apply for reimbursement of out-of-pocket travelling expenses.
Set out Councillors' entitlement for reimbursement of out-of-pocket expenses.



Indigo Shire Council’s Communications Policy states: Indigo Shire Council is committed to timely, considered, open and honest communication.
23 September 2014 Environment Strategy 2009
Indigo Shire Council can make significant contributions to the management and protection of the state's natural resources.

Last updated: 08 December 2014