Following the announcement of the easing of restrictions on 9 September the Civic Centre is now open but there are still impacts to other Council services, facilities and events.
The Road Management Plan establishes the minimum maintenance standards Council aims to achieve in relation to its road network (rural and urban). This includes aspects like:
This plans therefore covers the following three inter-related components.
Submissions are now closed. Thank you to everybody who made a submission. An engagement report will now be prepared and presented to Council.
The Road Management Plan is a document that describes the responsibilities for road management, including those of Council, landowners and a range of utilities. For Council, it also identifies the thresholds at which a defect in the road or its surrounds triggers a maintenance response, and the timeframe for those responses. There have been a lot of changes to this document since the last version, so these are shown highlighted as “tracked changes”.
Associated with the Road Management Plan is the road register which lists Council’s roads and the classification in the hierarchy that they sit in. There are maps which also shows these classifications, one for rural areas of the municipality and one for Horsham urban area.
Download the Road Management Plan
Council was seeking feedback from the community about the Road Management Plan, in relation to:
Note that the Road Management Plan applies in urban and rural areas, hence comments on this were sought from residents across the municipality.
Submissions closed at midday on Friday 10 September 2021.
Infrastructure Support Officer
P: 03 5382 9724 | TTY: 133 677 ask for 03 5382 9777
Road Management(DOC, 806KB) Plan(DOC, 806KB)
Road Hierarchy Maps
Horsham Urban Roads(PDF, 2MB)
Rural Roads(PDF, 4MB)