Kingston City Council is responsible for inspecting, maintaining and reconstructing approximately 598 km of municipal roads and 798 km of stormwater pipe in the City of Kingston.
Infrastructure capital works projects are essential to achieving Council’s objectives of providing safe, accessible and appropriate infrastructure that meets the current future needs of our community.
The role of the Traffic and Transport Division aims to achieve an efficient transport network that also respects and enhances the local environment and traffic safety within Kingston municipality.
Providing all road users tools, techniques and training to be safe on all roads.
Maintaining roads, footpaths, drains, street lighting, street sweeping and street furniture is important for our safety and for our enjoyment.
Thinking about building or demolishing property? Consider whether you need an Asset Protection Permit before you start.
Vehicle crossings, although on Council land, are to be maintained by property owners, as they are primarily constructed to ensure vehicles can access the property in a safe manner.
Are you considering starting any excavation works in the City of Kingston. To be on the safe side lodge a Dial Before Your Dig (DBYD)enquiry and be informed where there may be underground drains or pipes to avoid.
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