We're looking to streamline what assets we are ‘investing’ in to make and keep Murray River Council sustainable into the future.
We routinely check our water and waste facilities and report on pollution monitoring data.
Our officers can inspect and assist with domestic squalor conditions with concerns relating to general rubbish, decomposing food items, animal faeces, vermin, mould or similar.
Council officers can investigate complaints about vermin and pests and advise or direct landowners and occupiers to implement appropriate measures to address the concerns.
Our officers can investigate issues with noise, odours, air quality and other local nuisance complaints.
Council is actively involved in mosquito management to help protect the community and visitors from mosquito-borne diseases.
The new Public Spaces Unattended Property laws create stronger incentives for people to take responsibility for their property in public. Find out what this means for you.