Indigo Community Access Committee

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The Indigo Community Access Committee (ICAC) has been established to provide advice to Council on a range of issues relating to disability; including access, equity, justice and community awareness. 

ICAC is made up of up to eight community members and Council staff from across the Shire who are passionate about access and equity. People living with a disability and carers are actively encouraged to join the committee. The Committee provide input at a strategic level on plans, policies and strategies as well as infrastructure projects and the built environment. ICAC ensures that the voices of those with insights and experience inform Council planning decisions to make Indigo Shire an accessible community for all. 

If you are interested in joining as a community member or would like more information about the committee, please get in touch to find out if there are any current vacancies. We encourage submissions from all interested community members. If you don't currently live in Indigo Shire, please get in touch with the Secretary to discuss your application. 

Committee Meetings

The committee meets at 1pm on the second Monday of the month, at the Yackandandah Council Office or designated on-site locations and by Zoom. Meetings are open to the public - to attend a Zoom meeting, please click on the below link and enter the meeting ID and password.

Join Zoom meeting

Meeting ID: 833 7767 3812
Passcode: 170257


Upcoming Meeting Dates 2023

  • June 19
  • July 10
  • August 14
  • September 11
  • October 9
  • November 13
  • December 11

 Current Committee Members 

Councillors: Cr Sophie Price (Chair), Cr Peter Croucher (Chair).

Community Members: Lindsay Jarvis, Susan Royle, Peter Royle, Lannelle Bailey, Jennifer Birthisel, Jan Toner and Zoe Gephart. 

Secretariat: Manager Community Development - Carlene Lamanna (please contact Kate if you would like more information on this committee).



Terms of Reference - Indigo Community Access Committee(PDF, 185KB)