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Roads, footpaths, bridges and other infrastructure

Historic railway viaduct in Harcourt. Photo by Richard Baxter Photography.

Council is responsible for managing infrastructure assets across the Shire. This includes approximately 1,400 kilometres of sealed and unsealed (gravel) roads, nearly 100 kilometres of footpaths and trails, 241 bridges and major culverts, and of course our drains, signage, street furniture, roadside vegetation and more. It does not include assets that are owned and managed by others, such as DELWP managed Crown land, VicRoads roads and VicTrack rail crossings and bridges.

To understand how Council plans, prioritises and consults with the community regarding infrastructure maintenance and renewal projects please click on the relevant link below:

Prioritisation of work
Proactive maintenance program
Capital works (design and/or construction projects)
Consultation

For more information on a specific infrastructure category please select from the list below:

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