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Animal Control Bylaw 2014

Controls animal keeping in private property and trapping activities in public and private places in Napier City.

Cemeteries Bylaw 2014

Controls activities within cemeteries. Sets parameters for residents, monumentalists, and funeral services.

Dog Control Bylaw 2014

The primary purpose of the bylaw is to enhance the safety of the public and children by minimizing the distress, nuisance and intimidation caused by dogs to the community, avoiding the inherent danger of uncontrolled dogs in public places and to provide dogs and their owners with the ability to satisfy their recreational needs, as far as is practicable through legislative means.

Fire Control Bylaw 2014

Controls burning in the open air. Prevents smoke causing a nuisance. Controls and prevents the spreading of fires.

Freedom Camping Bylaw 2017

Freedom Camping Bylaw Effective from 1 February 2017

Introductory Bylaw 2014

Defines terms and expressions. Identifies Council powers. Outlines offences and penalties.

Liquor Control Bylaw 2014

Specifies areas of Napier City controlled by liquor bans, the nature of those bans including times and days of the bans.

Mobile Sign Bylaw 2020
Parking Control Bylaw 2014

Sets parameters and controls parking.

Parks & Reserves Bylaw 2014

Defines the use, control of, and maintenance of parks, reserves and beaches.

Public Places Bylaw 2014

Addresses damage to public places. Controls behaviour in public places.

Solid Waste Bylaw 2012

Regulates waste collection, transportation and disposal. Supports waste minimisation.

Speed Limits Bylaw 2012

Defines speed limits for Napier City's roads.

Stormwater Bylaw 2020

Prevents the misuse of the city's public stormwater network and protects infrastructure and Napier's waterways.

Tattooists and Skin Piercers Bylaw 2014

Regulates to control communicable diseases. Requires licensing of premises.

Trade Waste Bylaw 2014

Protects wastewater infrastructure. Regulates disposal and treatment of trade waste.

Trading in Public Places Bylaw 2014

Regulates the selling goods in public places.

Wastewater Drainage Bylaw 2014

Defines drainage areas. Controls wastewater disposal.

Water Supply Bylaw 2012

Protects councils water supplies. Defines the water supply areas. Sets conditions of supply.


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