Bylaws are rules or regulations that are created by the Council to control specific activities within the Stratford District.
The Council uses bylaws for a number of reasons, including:
- Protecting the public from nuisance.
- Promoting and maintaining public health and safety.
- Minimising the potential for negative environmental impacts.
- Protecting community assets.
The Council must consult with the local community before adopting any new bylaw or reviewing an existing bylaw. The Bylaws are required to be reviewed every 10 years.
Below are the Stratford District Council bylaws.
- Beauty Therapy Tattooing and Piercing - Code of Practice (394.8KB)
- Beauty Therapy Tattooing and Piercing Bylaw.pdf (59.6KB)
- Cemeteries Bylaw.pdf (913.3KB)
- Control of Advertising Signs Bylaw.pdf (160.4KB)
- Control of Dogs Bylaw.pdf (509.8KB)
- Mobile or Travelling Shops Bylaw (6.7MB)
- Parking Control Bylaw.pdf (22.1KB)
- Parks and Reserves Bylaw.pdf (1MB)
- Public Places and Nuisances Bylaw.pdf (353.8KB)
- Solid Waste Management and Minimisation Bylaw (841.8KB)
- Speed Limits Bylaw.pdf (1MB)
- Stock Control Bylaw.pdf (53.6KB)
- The Keeping of Animals, Poultry and Bees Bylaw.pdf (300KB)
- Trade Waste Bylaw (11.1MB)
- Wastewater Bylaw.pdf (773.6KB)
- Water Supply Bylaw (1.6MB)