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Who is responsible for repair of my concrete overhead crossing?
Also known as “concrete crossovers” or “concrete kerb crossovers”, these concrete panels (approximately 600mm square) span the concrete kerb and channel to assist with smoother access to steep driveways.
Property owners are responsible for the repair or replacement of overhead crossings and maintaining a clear waterway beneath them.
New crossings require approval through an Application for Works on Road Reserve Permit.
Council can also provide copies of standard drawings for the construction of overhead crossings.
Please contact our Customer Service Centre on 4913 5000 or 1300 790 919 or submit an application online.
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1. How do I report damaged kerb and channel?
2. How do I report a damaged or missing stormwater grate?
3. Who is responsible for repair of my concrete overhead crossing?
4. Who is responsible for the footpath section of my driveway?
5. Who is responsible for the footpath section of my downpipe?
6. Who is responsible for filling depressions in the footpath?
7. Can I construct a concrete footpath in front of my property?
8. What do I do if I want to plant some plants on the footpath?
9. What do I do if I want to remove a plant from the footpath?
10. Who is responsible for mowing of the footpath?
11. How do I arrange for reinstatement of existing linemarking?
12. How do I report a damaged or missing sign?
13. How do I report a problem with a streetlight?
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