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The City is responsible for the maintenance of more than 330km of roads and implements road safety projects that are funded by both the State and Federal governments. Road maintenance works primarily include pothole and tree root damage repairs, crack sealing and kerb repairs with major reseal and reconstruction works forming part of the City’s annual infrastructure capital program.

The City also maintains about 200km of footpaths and dual use paths. Maintenance works include the repair of damaged sections of the City’s brick-paved paths, tree root damage repairs, sweeping and cleaning, weed spraying and repairs to sections of damaged in situ concrete footpaths.

Applications for permits are as follows

Always make sure to dial before you dig, call 1100 or visit for more information.