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The new draft rules are out for your feedback


The new draft rules are out for your feedback

If you're passionate about the Coromandel's rules about freedom camping, dogs and advertising signage, we'd love you to take a look at the new draft bylaws.

For each of the three subjects, you'll get the full proposal to download, a summary and the ability to make a submission.

For example, about a hundred site-specific Freedom Camping maps are included in the Statement of Proposal on the Freedom Camping page.

Feel free to download the documents and examine everything that interests you and please let us know your thoughts on our draft proposals.


Choose your subject of interest here

Dog Control Bylaw Review

Freedom Camping Bylaw Review

Control of Advertising Bylaw Review

Submit now

You can submit online or download a submission form and post it to us. Of course, you're always welcome to pop in and drop it off too. Or email it. It's your call.

We'll have forms available this week at our area offices and libraries.

If you're interested in the Freedom Camping bylaw, all the background information is also available here.

Submissions close at 4pm Friday 1 August 2014.

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