Council has a local road network of 480km, a carpark network covering over 230,000m2 and a pathway and right of way network of 740km.
We use the Principal Pedestrian Network to identify where new footpaths are needed and plan for their construction.
Council is responsible for the management of unmade and partially constructed roads in Maroondah. You can report any hazards associated with our roads to Council by calling 1300 88 22 33.
The Register contains a comprehensive list of the Public Roads within Maroondah that Council has a statutory requirement to inspect, maintain and repair in accordance with our Road Management Plan.
A declared road is a freeway or an arterial road referred to in VicRoads Register of Public Roads.
In addition to routine maintenance activities such as pothole repairs, patching and crack-sealing, Council has budgetary allocations within its annual capital works program for major road works.
You can report traffic signal hazards and security lighting problems to Council. If experiencing an emergency call 000.
Council is responsible for signs and line marking on Council roads across Maroondah.
To undertake works on Council-owned roads, footpaths or naturestrips, builders and contractors are required to have a road and/or footpath closure permit before works commence.