Council manages and maintains 1,440 km of sealed and unsealed local roads. These services include bridges, paths, roadside drainage, and traffic management.
Vehicle crossovers provide access from a public road to a private property.
Our road management plan outlines how often we maintain footpaths.
Find out when your road is scheduled to be graded.
’Paper road’ is a term commonly used for a road that is legally established (ie. a designated road reservation is recorded in survey plans) but the physical road has not formally been constructed.
Nature strips are the piece of public land between the footpath, or the property boundary, and the kerb or back of an open drain.
If a neighbour causes the flow of water to change, the occupier may be able to take legal action.
The Road Management Plan outlines how we manage the municipality's 1,440 km road network
Find out what we're doing to maintain the Shire's road network.
We maintain drains located within a Council Road Reserve. This includes channels and table drains at the side of the road pavement and culverts crossing beneath the road pavement.
A road must meet criteria to be eligible for sealing.
Information about scheduled road closures due to maintenance, including detour routes.
Penalties for hoon driving offences include the vehicle being impounded, immobilised or forfeited.
We are responsible for cleaning maintenance services for a variety of Council assets to provide a clean, safe and attractive environment for both residents and visitors.
Street lighting is placed at strategic locations such as intersections, bus stops, and business precincts.
Our traffic management services address problems relating to parking, the environment, damage to structures and the movement of traffic.
Find out which roads belong to VicRoads across our Shire.