Maintaining Our City
Orange City Council manages and maintains 358km of sealed local roads, 50km of unsealed local roads and a further 62km of state and regional roads on behalf of the state government.
The infrastructure to be maintained also includes bridges, footpaths, cycleways, stormwater drainage, parks, sports fields and council-owned buildings.
In the urban area there are 211 km of bitumen sealed streets and 50km of asphalt paved footpaths, 77km of concrete footpaths and 420km of kerb and guttering. Maintenance of roads and foothpaths is prioritised according to a three-year management plan which is updated annually.
Like all local government authorities around Australia, Orange City Council faces a major challenge in keeping up with the replacement, renewal and maintenance of our city’s infrastructure.
You can find out more by clicking on these links.
Latest Road Repairs
Find out more about which streets Orange City Council is targetting for repairs here.
The update on recent works that provided to the latest council meeting can be found here.
This page gives an overview of the latest progress on larger projects being undertaken by Orange City Council.