New interactive map for major flood restoration works

Flood restoration works are critical to repairing damages caused by previous natural disasters and getting life back on track. However, these works can be complex, especially when dealing with large-scale disasters like the February 2022 event. At Lismore City Council, we understand the challenges that come with flood restoration works, and the Flood Recovery – Roads and Bridges team are proud to launch our new interactive mapping service.

The interactive map, featured on the flood restoration Your Say website, focuses on major flood recovery works within the Lismore Local Government Area to assist the community with finding efficient, up-to-date information. Within the map, you can search for local roads to identify surrounding damaged locations. The damages feature on the map as blue diamonds; when clicking on a damage, a popup box will appear providing the following information;

  • Event Number
  • Damage Number
  • Damage Description
  • Current Status
  • Proposed Remediation
  • Expected Commencement
  • Site Photo

Our interactive map is user-friendly and easy to navigate, allowing users to zoom in and out, switch between damages, and access detailed information about each site. This functionality benefits residents surrounding these damaged areas by providing critical insights, proposed remediation works and estimated timeframes. Please note, timeframes are subject to change in the next few months as the project delivery strategy evolves.

Should you wish to contact us directly with any questions or comments, please call (02) 6625 0500 or email and include the title ‘Flood Restoration – Major Flood Recovery Works Map.’

Disclaimer: This tool has been provided by Lismore City Council to provide up to date information on the status of the flood damaged Council assets. The identified locations are the projects considered for EPAR funding provided by the Australian Commonwealth under the DRFA guidelines. The information provided on this tool is general in nature and subject to change based on final design calculations, funding approvals, and changing site circumstances. This data is frequently updated to provide the community with the latest information. When contacting Council, please reference the location damage number.

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