Find out how to gain access to records held by the Shire of Ngaanyatjarraku under the Freedom of Information Act 1992.
The Shire of Ngaanyatjarraku Record Keeping Plan ensures that all correspondence, reports and related information are filed, archived and disposed of in accordance with the State Records Act 2000 and other relevant legislation by the State Records Office of WA.
Members of the public are able to retrieve certain kinds of information through the Freedom of Information Act 1992 and you can find out more details about the act from Office of the Information Commissioner website.
Please read the Information Statement (PDF) which includes the procedures and process for applying for Freedom of Information access.
The Deputy Chief Executive Officer is the central contact for Freedom of Information applications and can be reached at +61 8 8956 7966.
Please note: The above links to documents are not active as the Shires Information Statement and Forms are to be considered by Council for adoption at its May 2017 meeting. The approved documents will then be uploaded.