Click below for current road and facility closures in Greater Hume.For all emergency help in flood, storm or tsunami call SES 132 500. For more information on road and facility closures please call Council on 02 6036 0100.
Current Road and Facility Closures
Greater Hume Council recognises the importance of having pets within the community and encourages residents to be responsible pet owners. Some larger animals such as horses, goats or pigs are usually inappropriate for a residential environment and may be subject to Council by-laws.
Greater Hume Council's Local Orders Policy for Keeping of Animals or Birds.(PDF, 447KB)
Improper carcass disposal can have significant impacts on environmental, human and animal health. Poor carcass disposal can result in contamination of soil, ground water and water ways.
From 1 July 2020 owners of cats not desexed by four months of age will be required to pay an $80 annual permit.Owners of dogs of a restricted breed, declared restricted, or declared to be dangerous, including those already on the Register when the requirement came into effect, will also be required to pay a $195 annual permit in addition to their one-off lifetime pet registration fee.
If something happens to you, what happens to your pet?The Home Ever After program is a trusted tailor-made rehoming plan for your beloved pet, should you ever need it.
What to do if your pet is missing.
Greater Hume Council has established several designated dog ‘OFF LEASH’ areas in Culcairn, Holbrook, Henty, Jindera and Walla Walla.
Pet Minding Services
Council provides a Rangers Service which covers many aspects from animals through to onsite sewerage management systems.
Greater Hume Council recognises the importance of having pets within the community and encourages residents to be responsible pet owners.