- Council’s contractor, Downer EDI, recommences the reseal work this week in the Kingston area, which will include Baynton, Lucas and Cleburne streets.These streets will be overlayed with Reconophalt, which uses recycled materials to reduce waste that goes into landfill.
- Council’s asphalt crew will be repairing potholes on the Channel Highway through central Kingston, followed by minor repairs on Roslyn Avenue.
- Sealed and gravel road pothole repairs will be carried out in various areas.
- Drain and shoulder maintenance is being completed on Moores Road in Middleton.
- Pipe upgrades will be carried out on Devlyns Road in Birchs Bay, in preparation for the gravel road resheeting work coming up.
- Stormwater pit repairs and upgrades will continue on Tarana and Tinderbox roads in Blackmans Bay. This work is part of preparatory works before the resealing Capital work.
- Street sweeping will occur in various areas this week.
- The Bruny Island crew will be grading roads in the southern area of Bruny, as well as attending to potholes, trees/limbs and guideposts in various areas following last week’s weather.
- The tracks crew will be carrying out inspections on various tracks. They will also be extending the fence on the Whitewater Creek track at the Whitewater Crescent overpass.
- Replacement trees for the Snug Bush Fire Memorial continue to be planted to replace the ones that were vandalised last year.
- There will be some minor vegetation trimming along the Snug Beach foreshore area this week.
- The timber seats and tables re-varnishing in Adventure Bay has nearly been completed.
- New stairs continue to be installed at the Alonnah Oval. Work has been delayed due to plant issues but is hoped to be completed later this week.
- Crews continue to install dog compliance signs in the Blackmans Bay and Tinderbox areas.
Please take care if passing any works and follow any traffic management controls. Thank you for your patience while we carry out this work.
For more works information, visit our Works page.