Local Laws

‚ÄčThe Local Government Act 1995 enables Western Australian local governments to make local laws considered necessary for the good government of their districts. Laws can only be made when authorised by the Local Government Act 1995 (the Act) or other written laws, but cannot be inconsistent with any State or Federal law.

For a full list of local laws for Shire of Narrogin  -   click here.

Current Local Laws (Old laws)

These local laws have been in place for some time, and once additional local laws are considered and adopted, will be revoked.  Should you wish to obtain copies of these local laws and their amendments, please contact the Shire office.

  • Health Model "A" Series By-laws adopted by the former Shire of Narrogin in 1974 and amended
  • Health Model "A" Series By-laws adopted by the former Town of Narrogin in 1966 and amended 
  • By-laws Relating to Signs, Hoardings and Bill Posting 1986 as amended 

Local Laws being considered

Several local laws are to be considered for the future –-

  • Amenity – replacing part of the Model "A" Series By-laws, dealing with community well-being, and updated for new legislative provisions
  • Health – replacing the remainder of the Model "A" Series By-laws, dealing with public health matters, and updated for new legislative provisions

Our current local laws can also be accessed by going directly to the The Local Laws Register on The Department of Local Government and Communities Website.

Please note - to see all current and repealed local laws, under the "Locale" button, you may need to look at -

    • Narrogin Shire
    • Narrogin Shire (Pre-merger)
    • Narrogin Town (Pre-merger)