Local Laws

Local Laws are enforceable rules made by local governments to apply within their district. They help to establish and maintain the quality of life in line with the expectations of the local community and provide a standard under which businesses, residents and ratepayers must conduct their activities.

Local Laws support higher legislation (Acts of Parliament) to control and manage the more basic matters that affect the community. They can be helpful in the resolution of disputes, as well as achieving effective government.

Any standards referred to in this subsidary legislation can be accessed via the following websites at no cost:

Documents 
Local Laws - Thoroughfares
Local Laws - Trading in Public Places
Local Laws - Standing Orders
Local Laws - Site Erosion and Sand Drift
Local Laws - Reserves, Foreshores and Beaches
Local Laws - Parking and Parking Facilities
Local Laws - Health
Local Laws - Dogs
Local Laws - Council Halls
City of Nedlands Repeals Local Law 2016

Documents

Local Laws - Thoroughfares

Local Laws - Trading in Public Places

Local Laws - Standing Orders

Local Laws - Site Erosion and Sand Drift

Local Laws - Reserves, Foreshores and Beaches

Local Laws - Parking and Parking Facilities

Local Laws - Health

Local Laws - Dogs

Local Laws - Council Halls

City of Nedlands Repeals Local Law 2016