We are seeking input from the community on priority actions to include in the Domestic Animal Management Plan, which will guide Council on how to manage cats and dogs in the region. Your input will help to shape the draft plan’s objectives and actions.
Under the Domestic Animals Act 1994, every Victorian local government must prepare a plan outlining how it will manage dogs and cats within its boundaries. The Domestic Animal Management Plan (DAMP) identifies how Council will:
Download the Draft Domestic Animal Management Plan(PDF, 1MB)
We are seeking community input into the Draft Domestic Animal Management Plan.
On Tuesday 24 May you can come and discuss your feedback at:
You can also have your say via the online form, or by email or via mail. Submissions close 5pm on Friday 27 May.
Send your submission to email firstname.lastname@example.org or in writing addressed to "Domestic Animal Management Plan", PO Box 511, HORSHAM VIC 3402.
Alternatively you can call Claire Edwards, the Consultant leading the Domestic Animal Management Plan consultation process between Wednesday 25 May - Friday 27 May on 0438112347 and provide input.
The community are invited to make comment on the draft Plan
Have questions or want to learn more about the project?
Name: Claire Edwards
Using the Online Form
Via email email@example.com
In writing addressed to "Domestic Animal Management Plan", PO Box 511, HORSHAM VIC 3402