Adopted local laws
As part of its legislative functions, Council is able to make local laws as a way of providing good governance to the community and which reflect current community standards and expectations. This legislative role allows Council to adopt a regulatory regime that may be enforced through the courts, by the issue of infringement notices or by performing other functions or activities to enforce the local laws.
The Local Government Act 1995 outlines the process by which the Council may adopt local laws. The process for making a local law provides the community with a six-week advertising period to allow opportunity for comment on proposed local law.
Current Local Laws (consolidated with amendments)
Council has made the following local laws to assist in the management and enforcement of community issues:
- Animals Local Law 1999
- Fencing Local Law 2014
- Fencing Local Law 2014 – with notes
- Health Local Law 1999
- Local Government and Public Property Local Law 2014
- Local Government and Public Property Local Law 2014 – with notes
- Meeting Procedures Local Law 2013
- Meeting Procedures Local Law 2013 – with notes
- Parking Local Law 2013
- Parking Local Law 2013 – with notes
- Pest Plant Local Law 2012
- Repeal Local Law 2017
- Waste Local Law 2017
In addition to these local laws, Council has made a number of determinations to assist it in the application of some local laws. The Register of Determinations details these decisions.