Road Notices, Works & Closures

Notices for all proposed road closures, works and notices

This section allows a centralised reference area for any road notices, works or proposals for closures.

Road closures proposals are open for public comment.

This section allows a centralised reference area for any road notices, works or proposals for closures.

Road closures proposals are open for public comment.

  • Proposed Road Reserve Realignment - Canning Road And Canning Mills Road, Canning Mills

    28 days ago
    CLOSED: This public comment period has concluded.

    Comments close 5pm 20th of May 2019

    The City of Kalamunda invites public comment on the proposed realignment of the Canning Road and Canning Mills Road road reserve, Canning Mills.

    In order to realign the road reserve, the City proposes to permanently close the portions of road reserve no longer required and to dedicate the portions of land required as road.

    The proposed road reserve realignment is required to ensure that the existing constructed road is within the road reserve. The realignment is also required to accommodate the realignment of Canning Mills Road to the west of the Canning Mills...

    Comments close 5pm 20th of May 2019

    The City of Kalamunda invites public comment on the proposed realignment of the Canning Road and Canning Mills Road road reserve, Canning Mills.

    In order to realign the road reserve, the City proposes to permanently close the portions of road reserve no longer required and to dedicate the portions of land required as road.

    The proposed road reserve realignment is required to ensure that the existing constructed road is within the road reserve. The realignment is also required to accommodate the realignment of Canning Mills Road to the west of the Canning Mills Road/Canning Road intersection, to remove vehicle impact from the historic cobblestones in the vicinity. The cobblestones are the original cobblestones laid when the Canning Mills townsite was first established, and led into the timber mill.

    Full details including proposed plans available here


  • Milner Road/Maida Vale Road Intersection, High Wycombe – Traffic Treatment Options

    2 months ago
    CLOSED: This comment period has concluded.

    The City of Kalamunda has received safety, noise and vibration concerns relating to heavy vehicle usage at the Milner Road/Maida Vale Road intersection in High Wycombe. To address these concerns, the City is investigating three traffic treatment options to help to reduce the number of heavy vehicles using this intersection.

    The City is mindful of delivering a traffic treatment suitable to the needs of the whole community and as such would like to know which treatment option you would prefer to see implemented.

    Comments close at 5pm on 15th March 2019

    Read more and provide feedback here

    The City of Kalamunda has received safety, noise and vibration concerns relating to heavy vehicle usage at the Milner Road/Maida Vale Road intersection in High Wycombe. To address these concerns, the City is investigating three traffic treatment options to help to reduce the number of heavy vehicles using this intersection.

    The City is mindful of delivering a traffic treatment suitable to the needs of the whole community and as such would like to know which treatment option you would prefer to see implemented.

    Comments close at 5pm on 15th March 2019

    Read more and provide feedback here
  • Proposed Dedication of Reserve 6853 Lot 3622 (1244) Canning Road, Canning Mills

    5 months ago
    CLOSED: This public comment period has concluded.

    Comments close: 5:00pm, Tuesday 29 January 2018

    The City invites public comment on the proposed dedication of Reserve 6853, being Lot 3622 (1244) Canning Road, Canning Mills, as road.

    The proposed dedication is required to accommodate the realignment of Canning Mills Road and the proposed development of a roadside memorial in honour of the pioneers of Canning Mills.

    A plan depicting the location of the proposed dedication can be viewed below:

    View Proposal Plans here

    Alternatively, plans can be viewed at the City of Kalamunda Administration, 2 Railway Road, Kalamunda during office hours.


    Have Your Say

    Any person who wishes...

    Comments close: 5:00pm, Tuesday 29 January 2018

    The City invites public comment on the proposed dedication of Reserve 6853, being Lot 3622 (1244) Canning Road, Canning Mills, as road.

    The proposed dedication is required to accommodate the realignment of Canning Mills Road and the proposed development of a roadside memorial in honour of the pioneers of Canning Mills.

    A plan depicting the location of the proposed dedication can be viewed below:

    View Proposal Plans here

    Alternatively, plans can be viewed at the City of Kalamunda Administration, 2 Railway Road, Kalamunda during office hours.


    Have Your Say

    Any person who wishes to comment is required to include the property affected with the submission comments to:

    Online: submit online
    By Email: enquiries@kalamunda.wa.gov.au
    By Post: City of Kalamunda, PO Box 42, Kalamunda 6926

    Comments closed: 5:00pm, Tuesday 29 January 2019


  • Proposed Dedication of Land Required for Roe Highway/Kalamunda Road Interchange Project

    5 months ago
    CLOSED: This public comment period has concluded.

    Comments close: 5:00pm, Monday 21 January 2018

    The City invites public comment on the proposed dedication of a number of parcels of land as road for the purpose of the upgrade of the Roe Highway and Kalamunda Road intersection.

    The land proposed to be dedicated is comprised of portions of Lot 726 (15) Edney Road, High Wycombe; Lot 13 (431) Kalamunda Road, High Wycombe; Lot 3 (96) Maida Vale Road, Maida Vale; Reserve 41480; Lot 800 (350) Kalamunda Road, Maida Vale; and Reserve 32560.

    Plans depicting the location of the parcels of land proposed to be dedicated as road can...

    Comments close: 5:00pm, Monday 21 January 2018

    The City invites public comment on the proposed dedication of a number of parcels of land as road for the purpose of the upgrade of the Roe Highway and Kalamunda Road intersection.

    The land proposed to be dedicated is comprised of portions of Lot 726 (15) Edney Road, High Wycombe; Lot 13 (431) Kalamunda Road, High Wycombe; Lot 3 (96) Maida Vale Road, Maida Vale; Reserve 41480; Lot 800 (350) Kalamunda Road, Maida Vale; and Reserve 32560.

    Plans depicting the location of the parcels of land proposed to be dedicated as road can be viewed below:

    Alternatively, plans can be viewed at the City of Kalamunda Administration, 2 Railway Road, Kalamunda during office hours.


    Have Your Say

    Any person who wishes to comment is required to include the property affected with the submission comments to:

    Online: submit online
    By Email: enquiries@kalamunda.wa.gov.au
    By Post: City of Kalamunda, PO Box 42, Kalamunda 6926

    Comments closed: 5:00pm, Monday 21 January 2019

  • Proposed Dedication of Quicke Road, Paulls Valley

    5 months ago
    CLOSED: This public comment period has concluded.
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    Comments closed: 5:00pm, Friday 30 November 2018

    The City invites public comment on the proposed dedication of a portion of Crown land known as Quicke Road, Paulls Valley, being Lot 4378 on Deposited Plan 220608.

    The proposed road dedication is required to provide formal access to Lots 619 (No. 50), 1722 (No. 52) and 982 (No. 54) Asher Road, Paulls Valley.

    A deposited plan depicting the location of the portion of land proposed to be dedicated can be viewed below:

    View Proposal Plans here

    Alternatively, plans can be viewed at the City of Kalamunda Administration, 2 Railway Road, Kalamunda...

    Comments closed: 5:00pm, Friday 30 November 2018

    The City invites public comment on the proposed dedication of a portion of Crown land known as Quicke Road, Paulls Valley, being Lot 4378 on Deposited Plan 220608.

    The proposed road dedication is required to provide formal access to Lots 619 (No. 50), 1722 (No. 52) and 982 (No. 54) Asher Road, Paulls Valley.

    A deposited plan depicting the location of the portion of land proposed to be dedicated can be viewed below:

    View Proposal Plans here

    Alternatively, plans can be viewed at the City of Kalamunda Administration, 2 Railway Road, Kalamunda during office hours.


    Have Your Say

    Any person who wishes to comment is required to include the property affected with the submission comments to:

    Online: submit online
    By Email: enquiries@kalamunda.wa.gov.au
    By Post: City of Kalamunda, PO Box 42, Kalamunda 6926

    Comments close: 5:00pm, Friday 30 November 2018


  • Notification of Works: Mundaring Weir Road Bridge Replacement Works

    9 months ago

    The City of Kalamunda in conjunction with Main Roads WA will be undertaking works to Bridge 828 on Mundaring Weir Road, Hacketts Gully located between Aldersyde Road and Fern Road.

    The works involve removal of the timber bridge and replacing with concrete pipes sized to provide the same water flow as was available under the bridge.

    Works are anticipated to commence in early November 2018 and will take approximately 7 weeks to complete.

    During the works the road will be reduced to one lane and temporary traffic signal control. Signage will be in place to guide road users through the changed conditions.

    Should you have any queries please contact the City’s Coordinator Asset Management, Craig Fitzgerald direct on 9257 9950 during office hours.


    The City of Kalamunda in conjunction with Main Roads WA will be undertaking works to Bridge 828 on Mundaring Weir Road, Hacketts Gully located between Aldersyde Road and Fern Road.

    The works involve removal of the timber bridge and replacing with concrete pipes sized to provide the same water flow as was available under the bridge.

    Works are anticipated to commence in early November 2018 and will take approximately 7 weeks to complete.

    During the works the road will be reduced to one lane and temporary traffic signal control. Signage will be in place to guide road users through the changed conditions.

    Should you have any queries please contact the City’s Coordinator Asset Management, Craig Fitzgerald direct on 9257 9950 during office hours.


  • Proposed Permanent Closure of Portions of Merrivale Road, Pickering Brook and Dedication of portion of Reserve 47881

    5 months ago
    CLOSED: This discussion has concluded.
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    Comments closed: 5:00pm, Monday 3 September 2018

    The City invites public comment on the proposed closure of portion of Merrivale Road, Pickering Brook, and the proposed excision and dedication of portion of Reserve 47881.

    The portion of road reserve to be closed is proposed to be amalgamated with Reserve 47881. The proposed road closure is required to close a portion of road reserve that is surplus to the current and future requirements of the road network.

    The proposed road dedication is required to provide Lot 830 (No. 221) Merrivale Road, Pickering Brook with formal access.

    A plan depicting...

    Comments closed: 5:00pm, Monday 3 September 2018

    The City invites public comment on the proposed closure of portion of Merrivale Road, Pickering Brook, and the proposed excision and dedication of portion of Reserve 47881.

    The portion of road reserve to be closed is proposed to be amalgamated with Reserve 47881. The proposed road closure is required to close a portion of road reserve that is surplus to the current and future requirements of the road network.

    The proposed road dedication is required to provide Lot 830 (No. 221) Merrivale Road, Pickering Brook with formal access.

    A plan depicting the location of the portion of road reserve proposed to be closed, and the portion of Reserve 47881 proposed to be excised and dedicated can be viewed below:

    View Proposal Plans here

    Alternatively, plans can be viewed at the City of Kalamunda Administration, 2 Railway Road, Kalamunda during office hours.


    Have Your Say

    Any person who wishes to comment is required to include the property affected with the submission comments to:

    Online: submit online
    By Email: enquiries@kalamunda.wa.gov.au
    By Post: City of Kalamunda, PO Box 42, Kalamunda 6926

    Comments closed: 5:00pm, Monday 3 September 2018

  • Upgrades: Hummerston Road, Piesse Brook

    5 months ago
    CLOSED: This discussion has concluded.
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    Comments closed 5pm on 31 August 2018.

    In response to recent community feedback, the City of Kalamunda is exploring two options for the upgrade of Hummerston Road, Piesse Brook.

    Option A:
    Extension of Hummerston Road to Fern Road, installation of safety barriers adjacent to the culvert near Hummerston Rd/Aldersyde Rd intersection, pavement rehabilitation works and widening from 4m to 6m along existing sections of Hummerston Road.

    Option B:
    Improvements to Hummerston Road through construction of a cul-de-sac at the end-of-seal, installation of safety barriers adjacent to the culvert near the Hummerston Rd/Aldersyde Rd intersection, installation of additional roadside signage, installation...

    Comments closed 5pm on 31 August 2018.

    In response to recent community feedback, the City of Kalamunda is exploring two options for the upgrade of Hummerston Road, Piesse Brook.

    Option A:
    Extension of Hummerston Road to Fern Road, installation of safety barriers adjacent to the culvert near Hummerston Rd/Aldersyde Rd intersection, pavement rehabilitation works and widening from 4m to 6m along existing sections of Hummerston Road.

    Option B:
    Improvements to Hummerston Road through construction of a cul-de-sac at the end-of-seal, installation of safety barriers adjacent to the culvert near the Hummerston Rd/Aldersyde Rd intersection, installation of additional roadside signage, installation of passing embayments and drainage works.

    HAVE YOUR SAY
    We want to know which option you prefer!
    Have your say by completing the online survey.

    Note: All works are subject to funding and approvals from relevant authorities.

    Comments closed 5pm on 31 August 2018.


  • Notice of Upgrade: Mundaring Weir Road

    11 months ago

    Over $1.4 million in State Government funding has been awarded for staged shoulder upgrades to Mundaring Weir Road between Fern Road and the City’s boundary with Mundaring. A further $800,000 is being funded by the City.

    The works are funded as part of the State Government’s Black Spot program and involve widening road shoulders between 600mm and 1.2m, with actual width being subject to the ground contour adjacent to the road. The funding also includes vegetation removal, which is necessary to ensure safe clearance between the road and tree line.

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    Over $1.4 million in State Government funding has been awarded for staged shoulder upgrades to Mundaring Weir Road between Fern Road and the City’s boundary with Mundaring. A further $800,000 is being funded by the City.

    The works are funded as part of the State Government’s Black Spot program and involve widening road shoulders between 600mm and 1.2m, with actual width being subject to the ground contour adjacent to the road. The funding also includes vegetation removal, which is necessary to ensure safe clearance between the road and tree line.

    There have been too many hit object crashes for this section of road. This is a result of the proximity of vegetation to the carriageway and is made more dangerous with the hilly and winding terrain.

    Mayor John Giardina said, “We want to ensure that steps are taken to make this stretch of road as safe as possible for our community.”

    There will be traffic management on site and short delays whilst works are taking place, but no full road closures will be undertaken.

    Tender award is scheduled for Council consideration later in 2018, with works expected to take just under six months to complete, weather permitting.

    For more information contact the City of Kalamunda on 9257 9999.

  • Road Works: Zig Zag Scenic Drive, Gooseberry Hill

    5 months ago
    CLOSED: This discussion has concluded.
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    The City of Kalamunda advise that Zig Zag Scenic Drive will be closed from 23 July through to 27 July 2018 (between 7am and 3pm) to all traffic including pedestrians and cyclists for road clearance shrub and tree pruning works.

    Road closure will be from the carpark on Lascelles Parade to Ridge hill Road, Gooseberry Hill.

    For any further information please contact the City of Kalamunda on 9257 9999.

    The City of Kalamunda advise that Zig Zag Scenic Drive will be closed from 23 July through to 27 July 2018 (between 7am and 3pm) to all traffic including pedestrians and cyclists for road clearance shrub and tree pruning works.

    Road closure will be from the carpark on Lascelles Parade to Ridge hill Road, Gooseberry Hill.

    For any further information please contact the City of Kalamunda on 9257 9999.