You can find a list of upcoming scheduled roadworks here.
Working on a Public RoadSection 138 of the Roads Act (NSW) requires that all work or activities undertaken within road reserves must have the Road Authorities consent prior to the work being undertaken. All persons, companies or other authorities must obtain a Road Management Permit.
Vehicles carrying heavy loads and drivers intending to travel within the Wollondilly Shire must be aware that there are heavy load restrictions on some of the local roads.
If you are planning to modify or construct a vehicle crossing or kerb layback from your property boundary to the kerb/gutter or road, you will need to obtain Council approval prior to starting any works.
Wollondilly Shire Council is committed to road safety and keeping the community safe. Council's Road Safety Officer is dedicated to promoting and implementing projects developed as part of the Local Government Road Safety Program to target behavioural change for all road users.
Wollondilly Council is seeking road name suggestions from residents, community groups and schools for the many new roads which are appearing around the Shire. Council’s street name register allows land owners and developers to select a street or road name allocated to a specific township that has been approved by the Geographical Names Board.
Council's 2011 Bike Plan is currently being reviewed. You can view the current and draft addendum here.
Join us in seeking commitment from the State Government to reclassify over 100kms of Wollondilly roads as State Roads.