• Gravel Road Plan

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    Lismore City Council would like to share the Gravel Road maintenance schedule. The below scheduled has been created to ensure priority is given to areas with extensive works to be completed, and maintain our road network.

    The below image and schedule can be accessed in the 'Documents' tab on the right side of this article.



    Precinct 1: June 2022 - September 2022

    Precinct 2: June 2022 - September 2022

    Precinct 3: April 2022 - July 2022

    Precinct 4: July 2022 - August 2022

    Precinct 5&6: August 2022

    Precinct 7&8: June 2022 - August 2022

    Precinct 9: September 2022 - November 2022

    Precinct 10&11: July 2022 - September 2022

    Precinct 12&13: June 2022 - July 2022

    Precinct 14: September 2022 - October 2022

  • Wilson Street asphalt repairs

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    Approaching the industrial bridge at Wilson Street, South Lismore has been improved after works were completed there today.

    70mm of milling (removing a layer of the road) was completed and replaced with asphalt, creating a much safer road for motorists.

    Traffic control was onsite to assist with single lane access. We appreciate the patience of our community during the traffic delays, and thank you for your patience.

  • THIS WEEK’S TEMPORARY POTHOLE REPAIRS - June 28

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    It may be chilly but with the rain staying away, our pothole repair teams are hard at work fixing our roads.

    This week, our crews are focusing on:

    👉 Urban Streets in Goonellabah

    👉 Rock Valley Road

    👉 Cawongla Road

    👉 Rosebank Road

    👉 Corndale Road

    🙏We thank the community for your patience as we repair our roads.

    Remember, you can log a pothole for repair by going to our website and clicking the Requests and Problems Quicklink at www.lismore.nsw.gov.au

  • Woodlawn Road single lane access

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    Following the February 28 disaster, and March flooding events, crews have been working to reopen access for Woodlawn Road.

    Single lane access is now available. Motorists are advised to continue driving with caution, and adhere to traffic signage.

    Works will continue to restore the road, with geotechnical drilling of the landslip underway for this week.


  • Black Road reopen

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    Black Road is a short gravel road off Terania Creek, north of The Channon. The original creek crossing of Terania Creek consists of four concrete pipes and a concrete causeway. During the February 28th flooding event, the causeway was swept away in the torrential flow.

    Funding has been approved by TfNSW and Resilience NSW for engineering and survey works to be undertaken to design a new crossing to current standards. The temporary crossing currently in place is constructed of nylon rock bags with infill rock and gravel running surface. The temporary crossing will be maintained for the next 12 months until the permanent structure is complete.

    The residents have shown extraordinary resilience and fortitude during this time and their patience is appreciated.


    For more information on this project, and other road projects in The Channon and surrounding areas, please visit: https://yoursay.lismore.nsw.gov.au/road-restoration-works-the-channon

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  • Pinchin Road repair due to start

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    We are continuing to make the most of the good weather to repair the extensive damage to our road network caused by the recent natural disaster.


    One of the many projects we are currently working on is Pinchin Road where the road’s embankment was damaged and a pipe needs to be replaced adjacent to 778 Pinchin Road.


    To allow access for the necessary equipment and to conduct the work, we will need to close the road on Wednesday, 6 July 2022 from 7am to 5pm.


    Signage will be in place to assist motorists with the detour via Keerrong Road.


    Part of the detour passes damaged drainage and pavement which has yet to be restored. Motorists are asked to follow the detour signage and proceed with caution. These damaged sections are scheduled for repair as part of the next stage of works.


    Further updates are available via Council’s Your Say page at https://yoursay.lismore.nsw.gov.au/keerrong-road-works.
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  • Corndale Road

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    Corndale Road is scheduled to undergo stabilisation repairs on a section of severely damaged road pavement from Tuesday, 5 July 2022. Initially drainage works will be completed, installing table drains and clearing shoulders allowing water to escape the pavement.

    Following these works, there will be a pavement stabilisation crew mobilising on site to rip up the existing damaged pavement. The road material quality will be improved, by mixing 100mm of new material with the existing road base.

    Council expects this work to be completed within 1 week from start to finish, weather permitting.

    Signage will be installed over the coming weeks to advise of 'raising road levels'.

    A single lane road closure will be provided to allow traffic to travel through the site, with the appropriate signage. Please note this work is scheduled to take place during the school holidays.

    If you have questions, please consider utilising the Q+A function of this page. This allows the same information to be shared with our community members. Feedback and questions can also be submitted to Council via email council@lismore.nsw.gov.au or calling (02) 6625 0500.

    We thank the community for their patience as we complete this work.

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  • Current Road Project Updates - June 21 2022

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    Wallace Road - Geotechnical drilling will be continuing this week, to remedy the landslip 1.3km from Tuntable Creek Road.

    Nimbin Road - Temporary side-track works are in place south of Shipway Road, to reduce traffic stoppages. Design is underway on a complicated site. Please drive with care.

    Tuntable Creek Road - Investigation works continue to establish the feasibility of a side track to facilitate local access to Nimbin north of Rose Road.

    Keerrong Road - The bridge piling has been completed. Bridge construction works are now underway.

    Repentance Creek Road - No further road closures are planned. The road is currently a gravel surface, while asphalt contractor scheduled works are confirmed. Speed has been reduced to 60KM due to loose gravel. Please drive with care.

    Dunoon Road – The road is open, with caution to traffic. Pavement has been placed, with the final stages being the seal to go ahead this week.

    Duncan Road - Funding has been approved to heavy patch stabilise damaged sections, and work has begun.

    The Channon Road- Geotechnical investigations are now complete. Reconstruction will be dependent on design of proposed embankment.

    The Channon Road (Robertson Bridge)- Remediation works of the abutments is planned for the coming weeks. Traffic control will be onsite, motorists are advised to drive with caution.

    Pinchin Road (embankment failure)- Works are scheduled following the completion of Robertson Bridge. Possible road closure may be required, which will be advised closer to the date.

    Works planned for Ross Road (culvert has been cleared) and Black Road (washed out causeway) have now been completed.

  • Fernside Bridge Restriction

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    Fernside Bridge has deteriorated significantly since Council received a Level 2 Structure Condition Report of the bridge. This detailed condition assessment was conducted by an independent company, engaged by Lismore City Council. Following the condition assessment, the following immediate recommendations were issued to Council:

    • Implement a load limit of 3.5 tonne (GVM) as a priority.
    • Undertake temporary repairs involving propping the outer foundation piles with a load path from a solid section of the cross beam to a solid section of the piles in order to provide structural support and mitigate any further cantilevering of the cross beams and running deck.

    In the interest of public safety, it was necessary for Council to take immediate action and implement the recommendations as outlined in the consultant’s report.

    As an interim measure, it is proposed to construct a temporary crossing (side-track) which is currently planned to be installed on the downstream side of the current bridge site and will be open to traffic on 29 July 2022.

    The side-track, which will be located within the road reserve, will not be load limited and will provide for heavy vehicle access across the creek, and will be in place until Fernside Bridge is either repaired or replaced, depending on NSW Government grant submission approval.

    Signage has been installed to notify motorists. Further details and updates can be found below in the 'Community Updates' tab. We encourage the Q+A function to be used, so we may share information with those who have similar questions.


    We understand that this information may provide some difficulty for your current circumstances. Please contact Council (02) 6625 0500, or email council@lismore.nsw.gov.au with your contact details and feedback – referencing Fernside Bridge. We would like to work with the community and provide direct up to date details on proposed works.

    https://yoursay.lismore.nsw.gov.au/fernside-bridge-restriction

  • Robson Road Closure

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    Due to excessive water under the road surface on part of Robson Road, Wyrallah, we have closed part of the road between 91 Robson Rd towards the Tregeagle Road end and 102 Robson Rd towards the Tucki Road end for July 2022.
    This is to allow our road crews to undertake remedial work to install drainage to prevent further deterioration of the road.
    Traffic control is in place and motorists are asked to detour via Wyrallah Road. Residents will be able to access their homes.
    We thank the community for its patience and understanding as we work to improve our road network.