Local Laws infringements

A Local Laws infringement notice means you have been found to be in breach of the City of Port Phillip’s Local Law No 1 (Community Amenity) 2013.
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This page is for Local Laws infringements only. If you have received a parking infringement, refer to parking infringements.

If you have received a Local Laws infringement notice, you have the following options.

Make the payment

You can pay the full amount of the fine online by the due date.

Payment plan or extension of time

To apply to have the fine specified in your notice paid under a payment plan or arrangement, email the Local Laws team.

Request an internal review

To request an internal review by Council, please complete the application for a Local Laws internal review form (PDF 144 KB) and send it to the Local Laws team.

You or a person acting on your behalf may make the submission. You can only make one request for an internal review as per the Infringements Act 2006, and you must select what ground you are appealing under. Please refer to the application form for further details.

If you have received a parking infringement, refer to parking infringements for details on how to contest a parking infringement. This page is for Local Laws infringements only.

Proceed to court

You can elect to have the matter heard and determined in a court at anytime before an enforcement order is made. If the person fined is a child, the matter will be heard in the children’s court. If you choose to have you matter determined in court, you must immediately notify the Local Laws team.

Contact us

For any questions, requests or notifications, please contact the Local Laws team:

Email: helpdesk-locallaws@portphillip.vic.gov.au

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