The Environmental Health Division is responsible for many health and safety related activities and investigations.
- Abandoned and burnt vehicles
Animal and dog control
Busking and street entertainment
- Fires, Hazardous substances
- Health waste disposal
- Housing: condensation, mildew and substandard dwellings
- Infectious diseases
- Liquor licensing
- Overgrown sections
- Rainwater supply
- Registered premises: Camping grounds, Food premises, Funeral homes, Hairdressers, Hawkers and mobile traders, Offensive trades, Stands and stalls
- Rodents and vermin
- Swimming pools and spa pools
- Trees and vegetation.
Environmental Health Bylaw
Areas covered by the Environmental Health Bylaw include mobile trading, the central city liquor ban, solvent abuse, untidy sections and abandoned vehicles.
Licences, registration 2013
Fees and charges
The following link includes fees and charges for hawkers, mobile shops and stalls, registered premises, noise control, liquor licensing, hazardous substances work, pest control products and housing inspections.
- Environmental Health fees and charges 2012-2013
People wishing to sell food at a food stall, sausage sizzle or barbecue need to approach the Council's Environmental Health Section.Read More
The Council role is restricted to dealing with hazardous substances in public places.Read More
Council Environmental Health staff help to investigate some notifiable infectious diseases.Read More
Foul odour issues range from small neighbourhood problems to offensive trades or industries.Read More
A food shop owner is happy she introduced a Food Control: “I learnt a whole lot more about food and food hygiene and it’s made me more professional and consistent,” she says.Read More