Animal Management Plan Review

Consultation has concluded




Council’s current Urban Animal Management Plan (UAMP) is due to expire at the end of this year. We are required by law to ensure that a management plan is in effect covering issues relating to animal management specific to our community.

The UAMP is a critical tool for Council and clearly sets out our strategies, objectives and aims and identifies the many tasks we are intending to undertake to achieve our goals in relation to animal management. This plans mission is to build on the foundation established through the implementation of previous plans and create an environment which encourages responsible pet ownership, where people and pets integrate safely and harmoniously within the Charles Sturt community.

Council’s 2016-2020 plan sets the direction for the management of urban animals within our community for the next 5 years as required under the Act.

Have your say!

Consultation closed Monday 24 August 2015






Council’s current Urban Animal Management Plan (UAMP) is due to expire at the end of this year. We are required by law to ensure that a management plan is in effect covering issues relating to animal management specific to our community.

The UAMP is a critical tool for Council and clearly sets out our strategies, objectives and aims and identifies the many tasks we are intending to undertake to achieve our goals in relation to animal management. This plans mission is to build on the foundation established through the implementation of previous plans and create an environment which encourages responsible pet ownership, where people and pets integrate safely and harmoniously within the Charles Sturt community.

Council’s 2016-2020 plan sets the direction for the management of urban animals within our community for the next 5 years as required under the Act.

Have your say!

Consultation closed Monday 24 August 2015



  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Tell us what you think about the revised Draft Urban Animal Management Plan.

    Tell us what you think about the revised Draft Urban Animal Management Plan.

    Consultation has concluded