Vertical Tabs Air qualityBackyard burning, dust and sand drift, odours and Fremantle Port's sheep ship smell, wood smoke and wood heaters. Water qualityTreated recreational water, Natural water and Drinking water. Food safetyFood premises and product complaints and suspected food poisoning. NoisePermitted noise levels, neighbourhood noise, air conditioners , construction noise, party and stereo noise, licensed premises, and planes, trains and vehicles. Pest controlBed bugs, bees, mosquitoes, Portuguese millipedes, rats and mice, termites and rabbits Rubbish and pollution controlIllegal dumping, backyard rubbish burning, unauthorised discharges/pollution, dumped hazardous material and asbestos. ImmunisationThe City does not conduct immunisation services to adolescents, children or adults. For further information on immunisation, contact your GP or Department of Health. AnimalsNuisance cats and dogs, large animals, poultry, parrots, pigeons and roosters and petting zoos. Built environmentAsbestos, caravan park and camping ground, contaminated sites, lodging houses, mould, public buildings and public events. Effluent disposalAerobic treatment units, grey water reuse systems and septic tanks and decommissioning. Filming and buskingIf you wish to film in Fremantle you must complete a filming application form. A busking permit may be required if using dangerous goods as part of your performance. Environmental health officersEnvironmental health is a vital branch of public health concerned with aspects of both the natural and built environment that could potentially affect human health. Food businessesNew food businesses, environmental health inspections, unique food vehicles, outdoor eating areas (alfresco dining), temporary food stalls, residential food premises and food labelling Alfresco dining areasAn alfresco dining licence is required when a food business wishes to set up and conduct an alfresco area on council land. Temporary food stallsIf you wish to set up a temporary food stall/stand or operate a food vehicle at approved events or at a recognised market you will require approval from our environmental health team. Food trucksThe City aims to utilise public open space by allowing vendors the opportunity to provide an alternative offering to regular take-away food and new interesting food experiences. Free food safety trainingLearn how to develop the required skills and knowledge to ensure food is handled in a safe and hygienic manner. Skin penetration, beauty therapy and hairdressingAge laws, acupuncture, body and ear piercing, tattooing, beauty therapy, manicures, pedicures and acrylic nails. Short stay accommodationThe City requires dwellings which provide accommodation for a maximum of six occupants for a minimum of 2 nights but no more than three consecutive months must be registered. Liquor licensingThe role of local government. Racing, Gaming and Liquor (RGL), Fremantle Liquor Accord, Liquor licence categories, Applying for a liquor licence, complaints and small bars. Lodging housesShould you wish to open a lodging house, you must ensure you obtain the appropriate planning and building approvals, as well as completing an application to register a lodging house. Trading in public placesTo trade on City of Fremantle land you need to apply for approval. Smoking laws in FremantleWestern Australia's smoking laws aim to protect children and adults from the harmful consequences of passive smoking and target the promotion of tobacco products.