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Applications and Forms


Detailed below is a list of current Council forms.  Please note these documents are downloadable in Portable Document Format (PDF) and require Adobe Acrobat Reader to open them.

Council has an abundance of information available for public access including public registers, plans and strategies, business papers, policies and procedures, and reports. Council information not on its website may also be accessible by lodgement of an application.
Read more and download forms on the Access to Council Information page.

Blayney Shire Council maintains and manages several cemeteries with downloadable aerial maps of all cemeteries available.
Read more and download forms on the Cemeteries page.

Owners may apply to Council seeking to alter an existing street address number. Fees are applicable in accordance with Council’s Fees and Charges as determined by council annually. All requests for altered street numbering must be submitted in writing on the required form, with payment made at time of application.

Blayney Shire Council in conjunction with Cabonne Council and Central Tablelands Water developed a consistent set of Civil Design Guidelines and Civil Design Drawings for the design of engineering works within the Blayney Shire Council Local Government Area.

Blayney Shire Council provides grants for local community organisations and businesses. Each year there are 2 rounds of funding with applications called in June and November. Applications are assessed by a committee and recommendations are then endorsed by Council.
Read more and download forms on the Community Financial Assistance Program page.

Blayney Shire Council is committed to working with organisations and community groups to deliver safe and enjoyable events.
Read more and download forms on the Planning an Event page.

Blayney Shire Council is committed to managing waste responsibly at its Sewage Treatment Works and Waste Disposal Depot.
Read more and download forms on the Wastewater Management page.

National Youth Week
Read more and download forms on the National Youth Week page.

A member of the public can address a Council meeting personally, on behalf of a group of residents or on any issue to be considered by Council. Forms must be submitted to Council no later than 4.00pm on the day of the Council Meeting.
Read more and download forms on the Public Speaker Request page.

The Tourism Development Program provides support to both not-for-profit entities and local businesses to host events aimed to promote to grow the visitor economy in the Blayney Shire.
Read more and download forms on the Tourism Development Program page.

Village bores were established and funded by the Australian Government, as part of a drought relief package. These bores are intended for use by landholders within the Blayney Shire Local Government Area for livestock. Special circumstances will be assessed upon submission of your application ...
Read more and download forms on the Village Bores page.

Last modified: 23 May 2024