Annual Road Reseal Program
- Type of work: Minor Road Works
- Suburb: Various
- Work period (anticipated): 12:00am 14/09/2020 to 12:00am 30/06/2021
- Description: Annual Road Reseal Program
- Likely impacts: Noise; Dust; Odours; Property Access; Traffic Control; Road Closure
- Location: Central districts
- Status: Open
PROPOSED DATES OF SEALING WORKS (weather permitting)
|Monday 21 September & Tuesday 22 September |
Carmel Close, Pool Close, Bruce Hway Service Rd
|Monday 21 September to Wednesday 23 September|
Alma Street, Gerard Street, Deanna Street, Nephrite Street
|Tuesday 22 September to Thursday 24 September|
Girralong Street, Jirrima Street, Cooinda Street, Naranghi Close, Woomala Street
|Wednesday 23 September to Friday 25 September |
Comet Street, Mywee Street, Alkoo Close
|Wednesday 23 September to Friday 25 September|
Cooper Close, Matador Close, Teal Close, Elpaso Street, Marti Street, Honeysuckle Street, Vince Close and Ellen Close
|Monday 28 September to Wednesday 30 September |
Henley Street, Vandeleur Street, Tyrie Close, Leichhardt Place and Croucher Street
Gommory Close, Young Street, Pitt Court, Grandview Crescent and Granadilla Drive
|Tuesday 29 September to Thursday 1 October |
Caesar Close, Minerva Avenue and Hadrian Avenue
|Wednesday 30 September to Friday 2 October |
Lavender Street, Coreega Close, Richmond Court, Oceanview Place, Konowna Close, Hayles Close, Leoni Close and Torazzi Place - please note that Oceanview Place has been cancelled and this street will be programmed for asphalt overlay works instead.
|Thursday 1 October to Tuesday 6 October |
Woodmont Place, Strutton Place, Rosemont Court, Crinum Close and Caleb Court
|Tuesday 6 October to Thursday 8 October |
Callaghan Street, Cassandra Street, Jordan Close, Ingham Court, Dodd Court, Trappes Court, Hammond Court, Deacon Court, Goodfellow Court, Strike Avenue, Munro Terrace
Council's annual Road Reseal Program is underway across the region. Streets listed for reseal can be viewed in the For download area below.
Loose stones and soft bitumen can be an annoyance after the seal has been placed, however this is an important part of the reseal process. It allows the local traffic movement to roll the loose stone in as the bitumen hardens.
Thank you for your patience during construction.