Due to unforeseen staff shortages, Council's waste collection contractor, Cleanaway, is experiencing delays collecting kerbside recycling bins.If your recycle bin has been missed, please report your missed bin to Council.
Report my missed bin
Council's customer service centres will be closed Thursday, 22 September 2022, as the Prime Minister has declared a public holiday for a National Day of Mourning for Her Majesty The Queen. Due to the public holiday, fortnightly direct debit payments will be deducted from your bank account on Friday, 23 September.
Traffic signs are either:
Directional (or fingerboard) signs are signs with a blue background and white text. These signs are not for private companies or facilities, see advertising signs for further information.
Directional signs are installed for community facilities such as:
To request a directional sign, applicant must complete the Community/Voluntary organisation directional sign application(PDF, 100KB) and return to Council for assessment.
Note: The assessment of these sign applications is strictly controlled. Please ensure you read and understand eligibility, particularly in relation to the location of the facility or club. Existing signs that do not comply with the current standards may be removed or may not be replaced at the end of their life cycle.
Wildlife signs may be installed where:
New street name signs are installed by the developer of an estate. After a period of time, Council takes over maintenance and is responsible for repair and/or replacement of street name signs and poles. Council will investigate requests for additional street name signs where it is considered that existing signage is inadequate.
If you require further information regarding signs, want to request the installation of new signs or report signs that require repair or replacement due to damage or theft, contact Council.