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Published Monday 1 March 2021
Tags:General, Media Release

Annual road resealing and rehabilitation underway

Mitchell Shire Council’s 2020/21 road resealing and rehabilitation program on more than 30 roads is about to ramp up.

Each year, Council contractors undertake a blitz of works to maintain and service the more than 1400km of council-managed roads.

Council currently manages 689km of sealed roads and 718km of unsealed roads. The annual road resealing and rehabilitation program seeks to keep the community’s roads safe and manageable.

Council invested $3.3 million into the program through its 2020/21 Budget. A list of roads due to have works undertaken is below.

The Federal Government’s Roads to Recovery Grant program will also assist in providing $1.175 million to assist in the works undertaken on Broadford-Wandong Road, Willowmavin Road, School House Lane, Hilldene, and High Street in Seymour.

Please be aware there will be minor delays at the above locations as works are underway with traffic management in place.

If you would like to inform Council of a road that you think should be part of this program, please use the Report It tool.

If you would like to inform Council of a road you wish to be included in the annual budget, you can also do that online via the Project Input tool.

Annual Road Resealing and Rehabilitation Program


  • Old Hume Hwy


  • Broadford Wandong Road (Roads to Recovery)
  • Sutherland Street


  • School-House Lane (Road to Recovery)
  • Dysart Road


  • O'Gradys Road
  • East Street
  • Union Street
  • Willowmavin Road
  • Melbourne Street
  • Church Street
  • Sutherland Street
  • Bourke Street
  • Rutledge Street
  • High Park Road


  • Bourke Street
  • Dickinson Street
  • Sutherland Street


  • Station Street
  • High Street (Roads to Recovery)
  • Butler Street
  • Callen Street
  • Heffey Court
  • Rose Avenue
  • Collas Street
  • Redbank Road
  • Wallis Street


  • Tallarook Pyalong Road


  • Windham Street
  • McNaughton Close
  • Valley Drive
  • Budd Avenue
  • Parkside Rise


  • Willowmavin Road (Roads to Recovery)

Comments from Mayor Cr Rhonda Sanderson

"We live in a growing community and because of this we’re investing considerably into our roads network. There’s more than 1400km of roads that we manage, and our works teams work tireless to inspect, prepare and upgrade these roads," she said.

"We would like to thank the Federal Government for their assistance in this program. Partnerships are key for projects like this one and we’re grateful to have the support of the Roads to Recovery program."

This page was last updated on 1 March 2021.