Permission to Obstruct Streets and Footways - South Australia

Service summary

Persons undertaking activities which will obstruct a street or footpath must seek permission prior to commencing the activity. Permission is required for activities such as the erection of ladders, hoardings or scaffolding over a footpath or road, placing of industrial waste bins, the unloading of goods or placing of articles on streets. A fee may be required upon application. It is not permissible to park on a footpath or council verge under the Australian Road Rules Section 197.

Service type

Licence

A licence defines the need to obtain recognition / certification and registration to undertake a certain business activity.

Duration

As designated.

Fees

Variable; refer to your local Council.

Application

The paper form 'Application for Permission to Obstruct Streets and Footways' is available from the agency.

Administering agency

City of Salisbury

Contact details

Customer Centre


Operating address:
12 James Street
Salisbury SA 5108
Mailing address:
PO Box 8
Salisbury SA 5108

Phone:

0884068222

Fax:

0882815466
city@salisbury.sa.gov.au

Website:

http://www.salisbury.sa.gov.au/Contact_Us Opens in a new browser window

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