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Please allow up to 10 working days for processing and approval of applications.
Apply here for a permit to burn.
During a fire danger period you must apply to the CFA for a Schedule 13 Permit to conduct a burn-off. Apply online at cfa.vic.gov.au/warnings-restrictions/fire-permits/fire-danger-period-permits
Needed for performers wishing to perform in Wodonga on the street.
Permit is free
Apply here to park, keep, store or repair a vehicle weighing more than three (3) tonnes on land zoned residential.
Consent from adjoining properties is required and if you are applyling and you are not the property owner, consent from the owner is also required. Please complete and upload the adjoining neighbours consent form with this application.
There are restrictions on the number of animals (other than dogs and cats) and birds that can be kept in a residential premise without a permit. Local law 57.1 outlines the requirements.
Apply here for a permit to keep more animals than outlined in the local law
A one-off application to modify the nature strip with a garden bed.
Apply here for an occupation of roads permit.
Apply here for a permit for temporary access to designated timed parking bays for the purposes of temporary works/construction site or an event.
Apply here for placement of temporary real estate signage for open houses or auctions.
Apply here to graze livestock on council managed roads.
This can be applied for as an annual permit and we will send you a renewal notice.
Bulk containers or shipping containers are not permitted on residential land without a permit.
Apply here for a temporary permit.
If the shipping container is going to be a permanent structure you will need to apply for a building permit.
A one-off application to have staff located on High St.
Permit fee is $41
Apply for a street trading permit for fixed premises.
Apply here for the placement of temporary advertising signage.
Apply for a temporary road closure permit for events or works.
Use this application once you have an approved traffic management plan by council.
For all other permits required under the Environment and Community Protection Local Law.