Roads & Footpaths
Hume City Council places a high priority on ensuring that the community is provided with a safe and efficient road network for use by all members of the public.
Road Management Plan
The Hume Road Management Plan has been developed in accordance with the Road Management Act 2004. It defines which public roads will be maintained and sets the standards and levels of service for the management and maintenance of assets within the road reserve, subject to the available Council funds.
For more information visit our Road Management Plan page.
Are you concerned about road safety in your neighbourhood? Do you want to know what you can do about it? Link to Road Safety.
How to Report Issues of Road Maintenance
To report issues of road maintenance including pot holes, cracked or sunken roads or damaged kerbs and footpaths to Council, please contact us on 9205 2200 or complete an online request form.
Hume City Council is responsible for the management of approximately 1100km of footpaths and shared use paths (bicycle and footpaths). The repair of footpaths is an important focus of Council funding through its Capital Works Program, with $2.6 million being allocated this financial year.
Link to Footpaths & Drains
How do I report an unsafe or damaged footpath?
To report an unsafe or damaged footpath contact us on 9205 2200 or complete our online request form.