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By-Laws

By-Law No. 1 – Permits and Penalties

By-Law No. 1 sets out the framework by which Council may deem that written permission, ie, a permit, may be required and what offences or penalties may be imposed if a permit is not sought.

By-Law No. 2 – Moveable Signs

By-Law No. 2 sets standards for moveable signs on roads and provides conditions for the design, construction and placement of such signs.

By-Law No. 3 – Local Government Land

By-Law No. 3 sets out the conditions around the access to and use of land owned by Council, or under the control and management of Council.

By-Law No. 4 – Dogs

By-Law No. 4 sets limits on the number of dogs that can be kept on a premises and provides measures for the control and management of dogs in the Council area.

By-Law No. 5 – Cats

By-Law No. 5 sets limits on the number of cats that can be kept on a premises and provides measures for the control and management of cats in the Council area.

By-Law No. 6 – Bird-Scaring Devices

By-Law No. 6 regulates the use of bird scaring devices (noise-makers) for the prevention and suppression of nuisance.

By-Law No. 7 – Roads

By-Law No. 7 sets out the rules surrounding the management of public roads in the Council area.

Identification of Local Government Land

In accordance with Section 246 (3) (e) of the Local Government Act 1999, by-laws only apply to those portions of land which have been identified by Council Resolution. The documents below identify which parts of land apply.

By-Law Authorisations

Following adoption of the by-laws, appropriate authorisations have been put in place to ensure by-laws are able to be carried out accordingly. The document below highlights who has appropriate authorisations within the organisation, which allows administration to grant permission for members of the community to carry out certain activities where it states in the by-law that permission is required.