We have prioritised emergency works to repair dangerous pot holes and again embarked on an escalated road works program across the City, following the fourth flooding event in three years (2020, 2021 and 2022)

  • In June 2022 we commenced a $250,000 emergency heavy patching program
  • Following the natural disaster in early July 2022 (the second natural disaster this year) we re-evaluated this emergency program of works and are implementing a $3 million emergency heavy patching program (funded by the NSW Government). 
  • Council has a priority focus on road repair and renewal in 2022-2023 and has allocated almost $12.5 million in funding to roads and retaining structures during this period.

We currently have four additional crews working simultaneously throughout the City, dealing with the more than 1200 potholes that have been reported.