Animal Management Plan Community Survey

WE WANT TO KNOW WHAT YOU THINK ABOUT DOGS AND CATS

The Rural City of Murray Bridge is reviewing its Dog and Cat Management Plan 2011-2016. We want to know what you think should be included in the new Plan.

The Plan will guide how the Council approaches the management of dogs and cats over the next five years. Please note that it will only relate to the Council’s management of dogs and cats as required by the Dog and Cat Management Act 1995 (the Act).

We encourage you to complete this survey.

All responses received will be collated and

WE WANT TO KNOW WHAT YOU THINK ABOUT DOGS AND CATS

The Rural City of Murray Bridge is reviewing its Dog and Cat Management Plan 2011-2016. We want to know what you think should be included in the new Plan.

The Plan will guide how the Council approaches the management of dogs and cats over the next five years. Please note that it will only relate to the Council’s management of dogs and cats as required by the Dog and Cat Management Act 1995 (the Act).

We encourage you to complete this survey.

All responses received will be collated and summarised for consideration by the Council. The feedback will assist with the preparation of the new Animal Management Plan, to be released for further community consultation by the Council in the future.

BACKGROUND TO THE PLAN

Every Council in South Australia is required to prepare an Animal Management Plan (applicable to dogs and cats). The Act sets out the following requirements for the Plan:

(1) A plan of management must include provisions for parks where dogs can be exercised off-leash and for parks where dogs must be under effective control by means of physical restrain, and may include provision for parks where dogs are prohibited

(2) A plan of management must cover 5 year periods and each plan must be prepared and presented to the Board at least 6 months before it is to take effective.

(3); A plan of management must be approved by the Dog and Cat Management Board before it takes effect.

(4) A Council may, with the approval of the Board, amend a plan of management at any time during the course of the 5 year period covered by the plan.

HAVE YOUR SAY!

Complete the survey below.

For more information view the Animal Management Plan Community Survey Fact Sheet, the current RCMB Animal Management Plan 2011 to 2016 or download a hardcopy survey and return to PO Box 421 MURRAY BRIDGE SA 5253

This survey closes Friday 1 March 2019.

  • Animal Management Plan Community Survey

    Thank you for taking the time to complete the Rural City of Murray Bridge Animal Management Plan Survey. 

    Council welcomes and values your participation and engagement in the development of management plans that help keep our communities proud, safe and progressive. 

    Thank you for taking the time to complete the Rural City of Murray Bridge Animal Management Plan Survey. 

    Council welcomes and values your participation and engagement in the development of management plans that help keep our communities proud, safe and progressive. 

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