Local Laws are set by Council to regulate a wide range of local issues and are designed to respond to the needs of residents and help improve the liveability and amenity of the Shire.
Our Local Laws cover such areas as:
- Protecting residential amenities
- Camping and temporary dwellings
- Burning off
- Control of livestock
- Consumption of alcohol on roads/footpaths
- Keeping of animals
- Street selling and collections
- Street furniture and advertising signs
- Behaviour in municipal places
Apply and pay for a local law permit
There are a number of relevant permits and paperwork that must be completed to ensure your building application is processed as quickly as possible.
Apply and pay for building permits
Stormwater and works within a road reserve permits
If you need to apply for a legal point of discharge (stormwater) connection or to work within a road reserve, please click below.
Apply and pay for stormwater or works within a road reserve permits
Swimming pools and spas
Any pool or spa requires a building permit and this applies to above ground, blow up, and those with a lockable lid.
Find information on how to register your pool or spa, the new pool and spa regulations and the steps and permits you need to meet these new regulations by clicking the button below.
Apply and pay for pool and spa registrations, barrier inspections and compliance certificates
Section 30 - Lodgement of Documents
Private building surveyors can use this page to upload documents and make payment under Section 30 of the Victorian Building Act 1993.
Lodge and pay for building permit documents under Section 30 of the Building Act 1993