Our services, tasks and procedures are part of a legislative system that governs the course of our work and activities and regulates partnerships between us and governmental and private departments and bodies, and adds credibility to our relationship with the local community.
Dubai Municipality’s founding decree of 1974, stipulated that Dubai Municipality, as an institutional entity, is granted authorities and privileges that extend to the borders of the Emirate, among which the authority to issue laws, administrative and regulatory decisions, and local orders.
The importance of our legislative duties lie in the following:
Enabling us to achieve the goals specified in the inception decree, since legislation is an executive tool
Regulate all public facilities that we manage and supervise
Legitimizing our work, especially when imposing fees, costs, and financial obligations
Ensuring full compliance with the procedures, conditions and requirements adopted in the provision of our services, penalising violations through imprisonment, financial fines, revoking licenses, closure and confiscation of goods.
Ensuring justice, equality and equal opportunities in the provision of our services
Protecting Dubai Municipality’s public funds and properties
The most important legislations that contributed to achieving our goals and visions on various levels are as follows:
Administrative Order No. (48) of 1993 Concerning Specification of the Prices of Trees and Plants Affected by Traffic Accidents and Service Works and the Cost of Labor, Machinery and Equipment
Local Order No. (78) of 1993 Concerning Specification of the Prices of Trees and Plants Affected by Traffic Accidents and Service Works And the Cost of Labor, Machinery and Equipment
Administrative Order No. (200) of 1991 Issuing the Implementing Regulations of Local Order No. 59/1991 Concerning the General Conditions to be Fulfilled by Chemical Fertilizer Warehouses and Organic Fertilizer Plants in the Emirate of Dubai
Administrative Order No. (297) of 1990 Issuing the Directives Necessary for Implementation of the Provisions of Local Order N. 40/1989 Concerning Conditions to be Fulfilled by Imported and Locally Produced Organic Fertilizers
Local Order No. 308 of 1990 Concerning Implementing the Provisions of Local Order No. (54) of 1990 Concerning Regulation and Licensing of Companies Operating in the Agricultural Sector in the Emirate of Dubai