Roads due to be graded in the fortnight from September 2:
(Weather permitting and subject to change if priority occurs).
Patrol O Mount Drummond Road, Green Road, Howell Road, Ashman Road, Grubbed Road
Patrol N Pound Lane, Charlton Gully Road
Patrol P Chapman Road
Please note: Newly graded roads during rainfall can become slippery. While Council monitors these roads, we encourage road users to be mindful of changes in road condition during these weather periods and drive accordingly. Thank you.
7th August 2020
A contractor has been engaged to undertake second stage of the pavement rehabilitation on Bratten Way from Lawrence Rd intersection running ~3 km East.
These works are programmed to be completed by mid-October before the increased harvest traffic is expected to start.
The road will remain open to traffic throughout the works albeit under the control of traffic lights and reduce speed limits so a short delay could be expected. We apologise for any inconvenience the project may cause.
Cemetery Hill Road
Information from the District Council of Tumby Bay:
Please be advised that the bridge located approximately midway between the Bratten Way and Pub Corner Road intersections on the road will be closed for two days to allow new surfacing works to occur.
Subject to weather conditions, this work is currently planned to be undertaken on Thursday-Friday, August 13-14. Road closure signage will be in place during this period, and road users are advised to use an alternative route.
7th May 2020
Mount Drummond Road
Mount Drummond Road will be closed between Green Road and Warrow Road from Tuesday, May 12 for several drain pipes to be replaced.
The work is expected to be carried out for the remainder of the week.
19th March 2020
Settlers Road, Proctor Road
Road works to take place include:
- Settlers Road floodway south of Marrie Road starting Monday, March 23 and will be expected to run for the entire week.
- Proctor Road floodway just west of Boundary Road starting Tuesday, March 24 and will be expected to run for the remainder of the week.
During this period there will be no road closures but there will be a change to traffic conditions in both of these areas.
16th March 2020
Overlay of the Bratten Way Stage 1 works that was cement stabilised some three years ago is due to commence in March.
The management plan for the Bratten Way is that sections that have been cement stabilised as a result of pavement failure are required to be overlaid with crushed rock and sealed within 5 years to protect the pavement.