Infrastructure

The City works hard towards providing the well maintained roads, paths, parks and reserves you see when you travel about our City. Of course there are other systems that you rarely get to see, such as drainage systems and traffic management systems, in place to make travelling in the City a safer experience.

All this is coordinated and conducted by the people in our Infrastructure Services Department. Street lighting, verges and crossovers, road sweeping, park mowing, street trees and pathways are just a few of the things that we are involved with to make our City a great place to live and work in.

Infrastructure Maintenance

Our staff members report any road maintenance issues they may come across, however we also encourage you to contact the City if you have any concerns. The major issues we look out for and would like to have reported are:

  • Potholes and other road repairs;
  • Street Tree Maintenance;
  • Street Name Signs (missing/damaged);
  • Blocked stormwater drains or flooding;
  • Damaged Kerbs;
  • Pathway repairs;
  • Damaged Bus Shelters;
  • Faulty lighting on Foreshore/reserves (i.e. parks, sporting grounds); and
  • Playground Equipment (missing/damaged).

Directional signs such as Stop signs, Give-Way signs and traffic control signals (damaged or missing) should be reported to Main Roads Western Australia (MRWA) on 1800 800 009 (free call) or you can complete a fault form on the MRWA website.

To report Infrastructure Maintenance issues, visit City’s Infrastructure Services Department between 8:30am and 5:00pm at the Geraldton Civic Centre on Cathedral Avenue, contact us on 9956 6600 or alternatively email the City.

Non-Local Government Services

There are a number of services not provided by the City, they are;

Shared Pathways

The City aims to achieve a safe and efficient pathway network as part of an integrated transport system for all users. This includes pedestrians, cyclists and people with disabilities. Additionally, we work with other WA Government agencies to promote the environmental, health and economic benefits of walking and cycling.

For further information on the City’s shared pathway network:

IntraMaps - Use this mapping service to search for properties within the City, look at Aerial Photography, Property Details (Addresses), Community Facilities and more.

Local TravelSmart Guide - Use this guide for information on walking, cycling and using public transport in the City of Greater Geraldton.