Council is responsible for the local roads in our region. A road corridor is any part of the road or the roadside on made roads.
A road reserve is any part of the road or the roadside on made or unmade roads. That is, a parcel of land could be a road reserve whether it is an existing road, or one just marked for the future.
The primary purpose of corridor management is to permit conditional use of these areas, while ensuring a safe and efficient road network. We also manage road use permits and street lighting requests.
The Department of Transport and Main Roads is responsible for all state controlled roads. For a full list of state controlled roads, visit their website.
For further information on the matters listed below, contact council’s Technical Officer Corridor Management on 1300 242 686.