In the best interest of the safety, health and wellbeing of the Hobsons Bay community and Council staff in the midst of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Council has made the decision to close all Hobsons Bay Library branches for 30 days (until 16 April 2020) and cancel all Council delivered public events and community consultations for the next 60 days (until 16 May), or until further notice.
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There are restrictions on the number of animals or birds you can keep
Barking is a natural behaviour for dogs, but excessive barking can become a nuisance to neighbours.
Hobsons Bay residents can borrow cat cages from Council in order to safely and responsibly capture stray and nuisance cats.
A dog attack can mean either a dog bites you or your pet causing harm or a dog chases or rushes at you or another person aggressively.
There are several parks and reserves in Hobsons Bay where dogs are allowed off-leash.
Council's Public Health Unit provides information and advice on pest control.
Information about dealing with snakes, bees and wasps on public land.
All cats and dogs over the age of three months must be registered with Council.
Hobsons Bay is committed to re-homing stray and unwanted cats and kittens found throughout our municipality in cases where they are unable to be reunited with their owners.
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Council acknowledges the peoples of the Kulin nation as the Traditional Owners of these municipal lands and water ways. We pay respect to Elders past, present and emerging.