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A temporary part road closure may include the closure of a footpath, shoulder or lane but still provides access for motorists.
Part road closures may be requested by service providers, contractors etc. to allow for proposed works to be carried out.
Council must receive the completed application a minimum of five full working days prior to the requested start date of closure.
Complete the Notification of temporary part road closure application(PDF, 196KB) and submit to Council.
If a part road closure is required due to works that are associated with a development approval, complete the Development - Part road closure application(PDF, 96KB) and submit to Council.
A temporary full road closure blocks the entire road and does not allow access to motorists. Full road closures may be requested by service providers, contractors and event organisers to allow for proposed works or events.
Council must receive the completed application a minimum of six weeks prior to the event. If the project or event is significant, it may be beneficial to apply earlier than the suggested six week period. There are a number of conditions that must be met to allow a temporary road closure and these conditions are specified on the application.
Complete the Temporary full road closure application(PDF, 242KB) and submit to Council.