Special Event Permits
Residents wishing to undertake an special event on Council land, streets or roads will be required to obtain permission from Council by applying for a Special Event Permit. This form must be accompanied by the Special Event Check List. Council have also provided a Special Event Risk Assessment to ensure your event will be safe.
Examples of Special Events are as follows:
- Community Events
- Christmas Pageants
- Fun Runs
- Community Rides
Click here to download a Special Event Permit application form
Click here to download the Special Event Checklist
Click here to download the Special Event Risk Assessment form
Works impacting on Council Infrastructure
Residents wishing to undertake any work that impacts on Council infrastructure, Council Streets or Roads or Council controlled land will be required to obtain permission from Council prior to commencing works.
The following are examples of works requiring a permit from Council:
- Construction of concrete invert/kerb crossover for a driveway where there is an existing kerb and gutter
- Construction of a driveway entrance where there is existing/no existing kerb and gutter
- Reinstatement of redundant invert/kerb crossover
- Issue of 2 culvert pipes for the purpose of drainage under initial driveway entrance on a road without kerb or gutter
- Installation of stormwater pipe underfootpath and/or cutting of kerb to install stormwater kerb adaptor
- Installation of stormwater drainage from the rear of an allotment to an easement
- Installation of private owned water pipe within Council infrastructure or Council controlled land (indirect water services)
- Installation of an underground electrical service within Council infrastructure or Council controlled land
- Crossing over an easement
- Crossing over a water course
- Removal of or works relating to trees or vegetation.
Click here to download a permit application form to alter a public road
Click here to download the terms and conditions for altering a public road
Using Council Roads for Business Purpose
The following are examples of using council roads for a business purpose:
- Depasturing Stock
- Extending the business of a cafe to outside tables
- Badge Days
- Food Stalls
- Business Promotion/Marketing
- Literature Distribution
- Establishing a kiosk on the Footpath or Road
Click here to download a permit to use road for business purpose application form
Click here to download the terms and conditions for using a road for business purpose
Restricted Access and Overdimensional Vehicles Clearance Certificate
Within The Coorong District Council there are Federal, State , Local Government and private roads that are traversed everyday by a wide variety of vehicles. There are state regulations that apply to vehicles that don't fit the category of general Access Heavy Vehicles and these vehicles such as cranes, B-Doubles, Low Loaders require a permit to do so. There are also roads that have been gazetted throughout the state that allow a certain type of vehicle such as a B-Double, controlled access bus to traverse them that don't require a permit.
There is a 2 step process in order to obtain approval to access roads within the Coorong District Council area for these types of vehicles.
The first step for persons/businesses is to apply to Council through an application for clearance certificate for restricted access/overdimensional vehicles which will be assessed for approval.
The second step after clearance approval from Council is to forwarded the Council clearance to The Department of planning, Transport & Infrastructure (DPTI) for assessment in order to obtain approval and a permit.
The overall aim of both state and local governments is to provide a safer road environment for all road users, efficient operation of vehicles and the free flow of traffic without imposing undue wear and tear on the road system or damaging infrastructure.
Click here to download a restricted access and overdimensional vehicle clearance application form