Council manages and maintains public infrastructure including roads, footpaths, walking tracks and drainage. The organisation also enforces parking restrictions throughout the municipality to ensure safe and fair use of our roads.
Information about Accessible Parking Permits and how to apply.
Parking and traffic laws help ensure the safe and fair use of our roads and streets.
What to do if you have a drainage maintenance or repair issue.
Notify Council about issues regarding footpaths, roads, signage, street furniture and other public infrastructure.
A hoarding permit is required for any proposed building works which connects or occupies council land/road reserve/nature-strip. (Local Law 2, Part 5.1)
Permit to allow for occupation of road reserve to allow for building on adjacent land.
A road opening permit is required to carry out any works (crossover, excavation) within the road reserve.
Information for local tourist-oriented service or business, that would like to apply for tourist attraction and services signage.
If you are conducting works on or near the road, it is important to ensure that other road users can continue to use the road safely and there are minimal disruptions.
Here you can find Mildura Rural City Councils Standard Drawings as a guide for civil works. Our Standard Drawings are regularly reviewed and updated so please make sure you have the most up to date version.