Council by-laws are local laws established by councils to deal with issues specific to the relevant council area and to manage the convenience, comfort and safety of the community.
City of Burnside has 7 by-laws that specifically address issues identified as requiring Council management and resourcing:
To provide for a permit system and continuing penalties in Council by-laws, to clarify the construction of such by-laws, and to repeal by-laws.
By-Law No 1 - Permits & Penalties(PDF, 109KB)
To set standards for moveable signs on roads and to provide conditions for and the placement of such signs.
By-Law No 2 - Moveable Signs(PDF, 124KB)
3. Local Government Land
For the management and regulation of the use of and access to local government land vested in or under the control of Council, including the prohibition and regulation of particular activities on local government land.
By-Law No 3 - Local Government Land(PDF, 152KB)
For the management, control and regulation of activities on roads.
By-Law No 4 - Roads(PDF, 135KB)
To limit the number of dogs that can be kept on premises and to provide for the management and control of dogs within the Council's area.
By-Law No 5 - Dogs(PDF, 132KB)
To regulate and control the removal of domestic, recyclable and green organic waste from premises, for the prevention and suppression of nuisances, and for regulating the management of Council property.
By-Law No 6 - Waste Management(PDF, 136KB)
To control, license, inspect and regulate lodging houses.
By-Law No 7 - Lodging Houses(PDF, 228KB)