Health and hazards
Council's Public and Environmental Health Team deals with matters that can affect the health and wellbeing of the community.
There are rules that households and visitors should follow to mitigate harmful effects for themselves and their neighbours. Businesses should also ensure their activities are undertaken in accordance with relevant legislation and guidelines.
Find out which Council services you can access online and over the phone, and get essential NSW Health and the Australian Department of Health info.
Çouncil is not a medical authority. NSW Health gives advice on matters such as COVID-19, smoke-free laws, mosquitoes, hospitals, and health alerts.
Illegal dumping and littering
Council monitors illegal dumping in Eurobodalla. Penalties range from $250 for littering up to $1 million for corporations illegally disposing of waste.
Air quality is affected by pollutants emitted into our atmosphere, including things like wood heaters and backyard burning.
Property owners are responsible for ensuring that their property is maintained and doesn’t provide a place for vermin to live and breed. This means keeping properties free of long grass and vegetation, and waste.
Different types of noise complaints, relevant authorities, and what you can do about different situations.
Dog owners are responsible for making sure their dog does not create a nuisance by barking excessively.