Roads, footpaths & parking

We have regulations for activities around our road and footpaths. Read more about parking fines, footpath gardens, temporary road or footpath closures, roadside memorials, road naming, rural numbering and kerbing, gates and grids.

Pittsworth town angle parking
You have 28 days from the issue date to pay your parking fine. Payment options are: 1. Online Pay by credit card via ePathway. 2. By phone Call us during business hours 131 872 and have your infringement handy.Payments can be made using a credit or debit card. 3. In person Visit your local customer service centre and bring your infringement with you.Payments can be made using cash or by credit / debit card.   Parking fine amounts Current ...
Gardens and nature strip
Footpath gardens can help beautify our streetscapes, make walking more appealing for pedestrians and reduce the amount of grass to be maintained. If footpath gardens are not planted to our requirements, they can cause issues by restricting pedestrian movement, reducing visibility for car drivers and becoming an expensive maintenance issue for Council. ...
We are responsible for issuing permits to applicants who wish to temporarily close a road, a footpath or perform works that will encroach on the road or footpath.  Examples of where this is used: Working on a road Working on the side of a road, between a property boundary and road, such as erecting scaffolding, building maintenance or painting Safety reasons (when working on a roof, something may fall) This permit may also apply to construction, works ...
Where gates and grids are allowed, they must be installed, managed and maintained to an appropriate and consistent standard which minimises any safety risk to road users. This does not apply to gates and grids at property entrances, or on property boundaries, provided that the gate and grid does not encroach on the road reserve. As a preferred position, we discourage the use of gates and grids where possible. However, ...
If you would like to suggest a name for a previously unnamed road, or you would like to rename an existing road, please contact us and give as much details as possible to support your request. ...
If you have been allocated a rural address, this will become your official address to be used for all purposes. Once the system is fully implemented, lot numbers and mail service numbers will no longer be accepted. Property owners will be advised of their official address under the system following receipt of an application. ...
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