Roads & Footpaths
Council is responsible for the construction and maintenance of civil infrastructure which includes roads, footpaths, streetscapes, stormwater, reserves, parks and gardens for residents and visitors to use and enjoy.
The integrity of a road network is maintained by a regular reseal and maintenance program titled the 'Capital Works Program'. Council's road construction and maintenance programs are principally financed from Council's general rate revenue and Government funding.
Although Council undertakes road maintenance of all constructed roads, arterial roads are in fact the responsibility of Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (State Government).
Enquiries or Maintenance Requests
Any potholes or maintenance requirements of Council controlled roads may be reported directly to Council on 8862 0800 or reported online.
If you have an enquiry or maintenance request regarding an arterial road managed by the Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI) please contact the Port Augusta branch on 8648 5211 between 8.30am-5pm Monday to Friday or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively you may contact the DPTI Traffic Management Centre on 1800 018 313.
Unsure who is responsible for which road? Contact Council on 8862 0800 and speak to our friendly customer service staff.