Community Local Law

The Alpine Shire Community Local Law 2019 came into effect on 1 July, 2019. It regulates key issues and issues and activities within the Shire.

These include:

Council Land, Including:

Amenity, Public Health and Safety, Including:

  • Fires in residential areas
  • Recreational vehicles
  • Camping
  • Keeping animals
  • Noise
  • Waste
  • Construction activity
  • Scareguns
  • Airfields
  • Other matters as listed

Streets and Roads, Including:

  • Signage
  • Footpath trading and dining
  • Roadside trading
  • Road occupation
  • Snow clearing
  • Other matters as listed


  • Livestock
  • Droving
  • Livestock in the road reserve
  • Fencing of land
  • Applying for a permit


The Community Local Law includes the following documents which are incorporated by reference into the Local Law:

In addition, the following policies are relevant decision making guidelines for Council in determining whether to issue a permit, and any relevant conditions:

  • Consumption of liquor on Council land
  • Council owned airfields
  • Snowmobiles
  • Droving / grazing of livestock
  • Camping
  • Keeping animals
  • Advertising signs
  • Footpath trading (including dining)
  • Roadside trading
  • Trees and plants
  • Occupation of road for works
  • Other Council policies and procedures as relevant

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