Four Year Upgrade Works Program
Call for Feedback
Fairfield City Council is inviting you to review our road, kerb and gutter, and footpath upgrades over the next four years.
This is the first time Council has provided a four-year program for the public's feedback. It is important to note that all works programs are reviewed each year to take into account impacts of weather and any unexpected events.
These upgrade work programs (listed below) are based on condition ratings of “poor” and “very poor”, as identified by Council. These ratings assisted in developing the works programs below for roads, kerbs and gutters, and footpaths that are to be upgraded over the next four years.
Condition Rating – Footpath and Cycleway Renewal
Council is responsible for about 943km of footpath and cycleway with a replacement value of $110,974 million.
Condition Rating – Kerb and Gutter Renewal
Council is responsible for about 1,214km of kerb and gutter with a replacement value of $179,090 million.
Condition Rating – Road Renewal
Council maintains 680km of roads throughout Fairfield City with a replacement value of $443,008 million.
Do you believe your road, kerb and gutter, and/or footpath meets the rating of “poor” or “very poor” condition?
If you do, we ask that you search for your suburb or street name in the works programs (links below) to see if it has been scheduled over the next four years. Please note each file (PDF document) has four years of works.
How to search for your suburb or street
Download the PDF document via the link below and use the "Find" function (i.e. Ctrl F) to search for your street. Select the “next” button to search through each year. If your street is not included and you believe it is in a “poor” or “very poor” condition, please contact Council by Close of Business on Friday 3 March 2017 via email to firstname.lastname@example.org (with Attn: Asset Management Division in the Subject line).
Please note: Projects in the PDFs marked in blue are additional works that are able to be undertaken only due to the Special Rate Variation (rate increase) that was supported by residents and implemented in 2014/2015.