Thursday 20th April 2017
Council to crack down on car crime
Wednesday 19th April 2017
ANZAC Day services across the Southern Highlands
Sunday 30th April 10:00am - 1:00pm
Learner Driver Log Book Run
Wednesday 10th May 3:30pm - 6:30pm
Council Meeting 10 May 2017
Registration is required under the Companion Animals Act 1998 (external link) for all dogs and cats before they turn six months of age. The legislation provides for an on-the-spot penalty of $275 for failure to comply.
The registration fee is a once-only payment and covers lifetime registration in NSW, even if pet ownership changes.
You will receive your certificate of registration once your cat or dog is registered.
To register your cat or dog, present the following items to Customer Service (internal link):
If you are submitting items via post or email, please send copies of forms only. Payment can be made via accompanying cheque or request for Customer Service to contact you to process payment over the phone via credit card.
Further information on how to register your cat or dog may be obtained from Council's Environmental Assessment Branch, telephone: (02) 4868-0888.
|Undesexed cat or dog||$195|
|Desexed cat or dog||$53|
|Desexed cat or dog, owned by a pensioner||$22|
|Dog or cat, owned by a recognised breeder||$53|
You must notify council when:
Notification of deceased animal form (PDF 38.9KB)
Download other notification forms from the Office of Local Government website (external link).