Bylaws are created in response to needs and concerns of our district, and as such, evolve and change over time.
Freedom Camping Bylaw
- Freedom Camping Bylaw 2021 (4.8MB)
The freedom camping bylaw details Council's management of freedom camping in the district on Council controlled land.
Regulatory Bylaw 2022
- Regulatory Bylaw 2022 (376KB)
Part 1 - Introduction: Explains the terms and expressions used throughout the Bylaw.
Part 2 - Alcohol control: Prohibits and controls for alcohol in specified public places.
Part 3 - Dog control: Controls the keeping of dogs.
Part 4 - Keeping of animals (excluding dogs): Outlines requirements for the keeping of animals, poultry and bees.
Part 5 - Property maintenance: Protects from nuisance, health and safety from abandoned buildings, storage of waste, and excessive vegetation on private and public land.
Part 6 - Public places: Provides control for activities in public places, in particular damage to facilities such as roads, grass verges, garden areas and reserves.
Part 7 - Trading in public places: Regulates selling goods on streets, roads, footpaths and other public places. It covers using vehicles to sell goods and services to the general public; and soliciting for donations or subscriptions, or distributing advertising material.
Roading Bylaw (245KB)
Part 1: Introduction
Part 2: Stock Movement
Part 3: Road Damage and Danger
Part 4: Parking and Traffic
Register of restricted parking areas (214KB)
Part 5: Vehicular Crossings
Part 6: Speed Limits
Speed limit maps (1513KB)
Schedule 1: Heavy Motor Vehicle Restrictions
Solid Waste Bylaw
The solid waste bylaw regulates the use of Council's waste management services and facilities.
- Solid Waste Bylaw 2019 (155KB)
Vehicles on Beaches Bylaw
This bylaw regulates the use of vehicles on beaches in the Clutha District.
- Vehicles on Beaches Bylaw (PDF, 235.4KB)
Water Services Bylaw
The Water Services Bylaw governs Council's water supply, sewerage, trade waste and stormwater systems.
- Water Services Bylaw 2019 (597KB)