Tagged: Safety

Mittagong Playhouse closure

October 25, 2019Posted in: Community, Roads and Assets

The Mittagong Playhouse is to close effective immediately following the discovery of a structural fault in the building’s roof. Staff of Wingecarribee Shire Council detected the fault following an inspection of the roofline of the theatre. The inspections were the first stages of preliminary scoping works as part of broader project to replace the roof...

Council to carry out Shire-wide street audit

June 6, 2019Posted in: Roads and Assets

Camera equipped inspection vehicles will be hitting the Shire’s streets from early June in a bid to capture the condition of the region’s roads. Council’s Asset Engineer, Munir Ahmed said the footage captured from the camera-mounted vehicles would be used to improve Council’s knowledge of its existing road network and help in preparing future maintenance...

Road safety reminder as school heads back

May 7, 2019Posted in: Community, Roads and Assets

Council’s Road Safety Officer with Principal Graham and concerned parents at the Bendooley Street traffic signals

Wingecarribee Shire Council is reminding motorists to slow down and travel safely around schools, with school zones coming back into effect for the new school term. Term two officially commenced on Monday 29 April 2019. Council’s Road Safety Officer Melanie Lausz said drivers must slow to 40 kilometres per hour in school zones on weekdays...

Fencing requirements for portable pools

November 9, 2018Posted in: Development, Other

With summer just around the corner, Wingecarribee Shire Council is urging potential customers of portable pools to think twice before making an impulse purchase. Council’s General Manager Corporate, Strategy and Development Services, Mark Pepping explained that many portable pools required the same security fencing as built-in or above ground pools. “Many portable pool owners are...

Little Blue Dinosaur comes to the Southern Highlands

November 27, 2017Posted in: Roads and Assets

Council's Road Safety Officer displays Little Blue Dinosaur signage in Leighton Gardens, Moss Vale

Wingecarribee Shire Council and the Little Blue Dinosaur Foundation are joining forces this December to raise awareness of the importance of child road safety. The foundation was set up by Michelle and David McLaughlin in 2014 after their young son was tragically killed in a pedestrian accident while on holidays. As part of the campaign,...