Forms and Permits

Council is responsible for issuing a range of permits to help ensure activities are carried out in a safe and proper way.

Under the Local Government Act 1989, there are a number of activities which require a Council permit. These include busking, fundraising, parking and filming requests.

Please note: Application processing times may vary depending on the permit application. For more information, refer to the relevant permit application form.

This page provides a consolidated list of links and information in relation to permits, registrations and applications.

Building | Environmental Health | Events | Infrastructure | Local Laws | Planning | Rates |


Building

Visit our Building Permits and Services page to access application forms and more information.


Environmental Health

Visit our Environmental Health page for application forms and more information.


Events

Intention to Hold an Event Form
Download (above form) Intention to Hold an Event Form
Download Events Management Guide
Streatrader - Temporary or Mobile Food Premises
Streatrader - Community Group Selling Food
How to lodge a streatrader statement of trade


Infrastructure

Consent to Works Within Road Reserve Application


Memorandum of Authorisation to Erect, Display, Place, Remove or Alter Traffic Control Devices

“I certify that this material is suitable for printing, publishing or distribution on behalf of Hindmarsh Shire Council. Greg Wood, Chief Executive Officer.”


Local Laws

Visit our Local Laws page for application forms and more information.


Planning

Visit our Planning Permits and Services page for application forms and more information.


Rates

To apply for a Land Information Certificate please use our:
Property Enquiry Application Form

Visit our rates page for more information on Rates

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COVID-19 COMMUNITY UPDATE

As of 11:59pm Wednesday 16 September 2020, Regional Victoria will move into the third step of the COVID-19 Roadmap to Recovery. Read below for an update on the changes to Council’s services.

Unfortunately we are unable to open our libraries, so libraries and customer service centres will remain closed, except that the Nhill office will now be open from 10am to Midday and 2pm to 4pm Monday to Friday without the need to make an appointment, although appointments are encouraged. Only click and collect services will be available at our libraries, for more information on this, click here.

Our parks, playgrounds and skate parks will all be open as of today and people are able to gather (up to 10 people) outdoors.

Halls and the cinema will remain closed as under the third step indoor venues are to be closed.

Updated 17/9/2020