Local Laws

The City  is proposing to make amendments to the following local laws and is calling for feedback on the proposed changes:

The following Local Laws have been adopted by the Council:

Dogs
The objective of this local law is to provide for the regulation, control and management of the keeping of dogs and kennel establishments within the district.

Fencing
The objective of this local law is to provide for the regulation, control and management of fences within the district.

Health
The Health (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1911 requires a local authority to adopt their own Local Law to carry out the provisions of the Act within its own district.

The Health Local Law controls such matters as the keeping of animals and poultry, the control of vermin and other nuisances, maintenance of houses, disposal of refuse, control of infectious diseases and licensing of certain premises.

Local Government Property
The objective of this local law is to provide for the regulation, control and management of activities and facilities on local government property, thoroughfares and public places within the district.

Parking & Parking Facilities
The objective of the Parking and Parking Facilities Local Law is to regulate the parking or standing of vehicles in all or specified thoroughfares and reserves under the care, control and management of the local government and to provide for the management and operation of parking facilities.

City of Vincent - Ticket Machine Zones

City of Vincent - Parking Stations Under Care, Control and Management

Standing Orders     
The objective of this local law is to provide rules, procedures and guidelines to assist in the good conduct of meetings of the Council, committees and the standards to be observed by persons attending such meetings.

Trading in Public Places 
The objective of this local law is to provide for the regulation, control and management of trading activities, outdoor eating facilities, stalls, displays of goods and items, and traders and entertainers in any street or public place within the district by establishing the requirements with which persons must comply in order to undertake those activities.