Planned Lane Closure - Montpelier Drive, The Oaks
Alert issued 01/03/2018 3:45pm
Council will be commencing shoulder work, road patching, sealing and asphalt work at Montpelier Dr, The Oaks from 6 March 2018.
The work is expected to take approximately 15 days, weather permitting.
Traffic Control Operators will be on site.
Council appreciates your patience during this work.
Notice of Temporary Road Closure - Rita Street, Thirlmere
Alert issued 23/02/2018 3:26pm
Construction of 2 (two) sections of road and associated drainage at Rita Street, Thirlmere is scheduled to commence on 15 March 2018. The road is related to the adjacent subdivision works. The road will close between the eastern property boundary of 50 Rita Street to the junction at Brundah Road for 24 hours a day, 7 days a week during the construction period.
A detour will be in place during the work (please see the map below). Residents within the closed section of road will have vehicle access to their property at the site.
The work is expected to take approximately 8 (eight) weeks to complete, weather permitting.
We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause and will endeavour to have the work completed as quickly as possible to limit the disruption.
If you have any questions about this project, please contact the site supervisor, Alan Jervis on 0474 466 377 or Joe Goodacre, the project manager, Simmons Civil on 0448 120 711 or David Greene, General Manager, AWPM on 0438269970.
Important Notice - General Approval to Burn and Other Pile Burning Approvals
Alert issued 20/10/2017 11:41am
Wollondilly Shire residents are reminded that the Bush Fire Danger Period commences on 1 October 2017 and will remain in force until 31 March 2018 or unless otherwise directed by the Rural Fire Service. Previous approvals issued by Council are suspended during the Bush Fire Danger Period.
A Fire Permit issued by the Rural Fire Service will be required for any backyard and pile burning during this Bush Fire Danger Period until further notice.
Before ANY burning can take place during this period the property owner needs to contact Council for advice. If appropriate, a General Notice issued in accordance with the Protection of the Environment Operations (Clean Air) Regulation 2010 will be issued as a first step. The issue of this notice does not allow you to burn. You must then make application to the NSW Rural Fire Service, Picton Office to obtain an Approval to Burn prior to the commencement of the burn. During this period inspections of the proposed pile burn will be carried out by the RFS.
WHAT TO DO:
STEP 1: Contact Council and make application for Pile Burn.
STEP 2: Application determined
STEP 3: If approved a General Notice will be issued. (This does not allow you to burn)
STEP 4: Make application and provide a copy of the General Notice to your local Brigade Captain with your application. (If contact details are not known for the local RFS Captain, then call the RFS District Office, during normal business hours on 46777000 for further information. )
Residents should also be aware that unapproved burning could lead to heavy fines for the property owner. For further information contact Council on 4677 9628.