Wards and Boundaries
Up until May 2016, the Hornsby Shire Council area covered approximately 510 square kilometres, including 6,000 hectares of public bushland for which Council was responsible. The Shire extended from Brooklyn in the north, to Wisemans Ferry and Glenorie/Dural in the west, Wahroonga in the east and Epping in the south.
By proclamation on 23 January 2017, the State Government established a new three ward structure for the Hornsby Shire Council area which took effect from the 9 September 2017 Council election.
- Hornsby Shire Ward Map - 154kb
Ward A suburbs - Asquith, Arcadia, Berowra, Berowra Heights, Brooklyn, Berrilee, Calabash, Cowan, Canoelands, Dangar Island, Dural, Fiddletown, Forest Glen, Glenorie, Galston, Glenhaven, Hornsby Heights, Laughtondale, Mt Colah, Mt Kuring Gai, Maroota, Middle Dural and Singletons Mill.
- Hornsby Shire Map - Ward A - 113kb
Ward B suburbs - Hornsby, Normanhurst, Pennant Hills, Thornleigh, Wahroonga, Waitara, Westleigh.
- Hornsby Shire Map - Ward B - 102kb
Ward C suburbs - Beecroft, Castle Hill, Cheltenham, Cherrybrook, North Epping, West Pennant Hills.
- Hornsby Shire Map - Ward C - 90kb
For more detailed maps, please visit the NSW Electoral Commission website.
Councillors 2019/20 Committee Representation
See the representation of Councillors on local committees and working parties.
Council Meetings 2020
|Wednesday 12 February 2020|
|Wednesday 11 March 2020|
|Wednesday 8 April 2020|
|Wednesday 13 May 2020|
|Wednesday 10 June 2020|
|Wednesday 8 July 2020|
|Wednesday 12 August 2020|
|Wednesday 9 September 2020|
|Wednesday 14 October 2020|
|Wednesday 11 November 2020|
|Wednesday 9 December 2020|
Council Meetings 2021
|Wednesday 10 February 2021|
|Wednesday 10 March 2021|
|Wednesday 14 April 2021|
|Wednesday 12 May 2021|
|Wednesday 9 June 2021|
|Wednesday 14 July 2021|
|Wednesday 11 August 2021|