We’re working hard building and maintaining better roads and pathways for our community. Everyone has a part to play and here we provide information and opportunities for you to become involved. Have your say in building a better community.
Requesting road changes
We can make changes to our roads in consultation with the RMS and our Local Traffic Committee. You can suggest changes such as safety improvements, new signs etc. by reporting a road issue. Alternatively call Customer Service on 1300 434 434.
Local Traffic Committee
The Local Traffic Committee (LTC) consists of voting representatives from the Council, the RMS, State Government and NSW Police. It also regularly takes advice from Sydney Buses, Forest Coach Lines, pedestrian and cycling representatives.
Council maintenance crews and contractors are busy resurfacing and carrying out repairs to our local roads. We try hard to minimise disruption for residents and other road users, providing plenty of notice before work begins. We apologise in advance for any inconvenience.
Reporting problems with state roads
These state roads belong to the Roads and Maritime Service (RMS). If there's a problem with the road or traffic lights, call them on 132 213.
Pittwater Road - with the exception of Pittwater Road from the junction with Barrenjoey Road at Mona Vale through to McCarrs Creek Road, Church Point.
Warringah mall pedestrian overpass
Burnt Bridge Creek Deviation
Mona Vale Road
McCarrs Creek Road - Between Mona Vale Road and the eastern boundary of Ku-Ring-Gai Chase National Park (with the exception of McCarrs Creek Road - Church Point to eastern boundary of Ku-Ring-Gai Chase national Park)
West Head Road
Liberator General San Martin Drive
Ocean Road (Barrenjoey Road to Palm Beach Road, Palm Beach)
Sydney Road - with the exception of Sydney Road between Frenchs Forest Road and Magarra Road, Seaforth
Frenchs Forest Road, Seaforth
Clontarf St - Frenchs Forest Road to Wakehurst Parkway Seaforth
Manly Road, Seaforth
Belgrave Street Manly
From time to time the street lights go out. If the street lights are out in your neighbourhood this needs to be reported directly to Ausgrid on 1800 044 808 (freecall).