Asphalt Re-sheeting, Road Patching/Rehabilitation/Resealing Program

  • Project typeRenewal
  • Project scheduleAnnual Program

 

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Each year, Council allocates funds as part of its Operational Plan to renew or repair our roads. These projects renew and improve our existing road assets to ensure our road network is safe and meets the needs of our community. 

This page will be updated weekly to provide up-to-date information on the scheduled asphalt re-sheeting, road resealing, and road patching programs being delivered throughout the year. Please note that the start and finish dates may change subject to weather. 

For works in your street, you will receive a notification from the Contractor undertaking the work at least three days prior to works commencing. 

Works will occur between the hours of 7am – 5pm Monday to Friday or 8am – 1pm Saturday, unless notified otherwise by the Contractor in your letterbox.

View Road Projects List - Updated 7June 2024(PDF, 515KB)

Please note: The above list's purpose is to advise residents and the public on upcoming planned works, weather permitting. Rescheduling may occur depending on weather conditions.

Road re-sheeting: is the removal (milling) of the existing road surface (30-50mm) and replacement with a new hot mix asphalt surface layer. Re-sheeting may also be done as an overlay, where the existing asphalt is retained and new hot mix asphalt is placed on top.

Road patching: is the removal (milling) of the existing road surface and underlying layers (>50mm) and replacement with a new hot mix asphalt base and surface layer. Can be undertaken in small isolated patches or in large areas as required.

Road rehabilitation: is similar to road patching over larger areas including entire streets. It includes the removal (milling) of the existing road surface and underlying layers (>50mm) and replacement with a new hot mix asphalt base and surface layer.

Road resealing: is the overlaying of a new spray seal surface over the existing spray seal surface, commonly used on rural roads. The surface is more gravelly than hot mix asphalt and will usually have loose stones after application which are swept after a week or two.