Nuisance, Environment & Health
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It is an offence to leave a vehicle on the roadway or footpath once the vehicle registration has expired. Report an abandoned vehicle.
Council's Animal Management section on nuisance animals includes information on barking dogs, wandering animals, and dangerous dogs.
Information on air pollution and nuisance (dust, odour and smoke), contaminated land, illegal dumping, noise nuisance and water pollution.
Lighting of Fires
Backyard burning of non-toxic materials (e.g. dry wood, paper) may only be permitted in the South Burnett if certain conditions are met by the resident.
Information relating to Public Health concerns including asbestos, mosquitoes, vermin and tank water.
Council’s Local Law No 3 Community and Environmental Management 2011, requires property owners to keep their allotments free from overgrown vegetation and any accumulation of objects and materials.