Roadworks and Road Closures
Council is committed to providing the best local road network possible, with minimal disruptions to drivers and residents. Roads may be closed, or have traffic diversions put in place, in order to upgrade roads, kerbs and footpaths. Dates are provisional and subject to change. Line marking on roads is generally scheduled for two weeks after a road has been resealed, so that the road surface has time to cure, before the lines are painted.
To view more details regarding the Project Type or the Project Manager responsible, please hover over the 'i' or '?' symbols.
*Please note the dates listed are estimates and my vary depending on weather and third-party availability.
Project name definitions:
- AMP Streetscape: Footpath and pram ramp renewal works as identified in Council’s Asset Management Plan
- AMP Kerbs and Reseal: Road surface and kerbing renewal works as identified in Council’s Asset Management Plan
- AMP Stormwater: Stormwater pipes, pits, drains and trenching renewal works as identified in Council’s Asset Management Plan
- AMP Parks: Irrigation, park structures and open space renewal works as identified in Council’s Asset Management Plan
- AMP Footbridges: Bridge renewal works as identified in Council’s Asset Management Plan
- All other Projects are New or Upgrade projects. For more details please refer to Council’s Annual Business Plan
Click on a heading below to see further detail on individual projects, including start and finish dates.
Construction works will be undertaken at Craigmore High School from August 2020 to July 2021 to deliver new teaching buildings.
From August 2020 to February 2021 a number of carparks along Uley Road will be occupied and some footpath areas will be temporarily blocked for the safe movement of vehicles to the site.
Enquiries to Nelson Kincaid, Project Manager at Hutchinson Builders - firstname.lastname@example.org
As part of City of Playford's plan to connect the two sections of Crittenden Road in Andrews Farm and Smithfield Plains, a culvert crossing over Smith Creek and road-building works, including shared-use paths, will mean that portions of the Smith Creek Trail will be closed to general public access until mid-October 2019.
Enquiries to Ashley Welsh, Project Manager
On Wednesday 3 July two temporary road closures/detours will be in effect on West Parkway and Esperance Drive, while the Tripodi Group carries out essential water connections for a new development. The roads will be closed to the general public, with access only being granted to local traffic from residential properties. See the Traffic Management Plan for details.
Enquiries to Tripodi Group Site Supervisor on 0438 894 228.
Construction work for the Miravale Estate development will commence 26 February 2019, with an estimated completion date of 6 May 2019.
Enquiries to the Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure on 1300 794 880.
Due to essential stormwater drainage works for the Riverview development, there will be traffic restrictions in place that require single lane (contra flow) movements on Heaslip Road, between Woodbridge Drive and Gawler River - see Traffic Management Plans. The works will commence on 9 April 2019 with an expected completion date of 15 April 2019.
Traffic-related enquiries should be directed to BMD Constructions - Site Engineer Edwin Saltiel on 0417 723 964.
Stebonheath Road, north of Fradd Road East, will have traffic management in place between 5 September and 19 September 2019, while water and stormwater works are carried out. Works which may require traffic to stop or slow will take place between 7am and 4pm weekdays and speed restrictions will remain in place overnight.
Please be advised that due to the current weather conditions works have been delayed and the proposed opening of Stebonheath Rd between Petherton Rd and Torrens St will be delayed to close of business Tuesday 14 January. The road closure and detour will stay in place until this time.
Due to the excessive heat the planned works have not been able to be completed in Stebonheath Rd resulting in the extended road closure.
We appreciate your patience and understanding through this process and apologise for any inconvenience caused.
For information on roadworks on roads managed by the Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI), please access the DPTI website via the link below.
Applying for a Temporary Road Closure
Planning an event or special occasion? If you're planning on having a party on and adjacent to Council roads you will need to submit a request for a temporary road closure.
A minimum of 3 months’ notice is required to enable Council to provide certification and approval.
This process is for temporary road closures for special events only; it excludes permanent road closures, closures implemented for emergencies and closures for road works.
Simply email Council via email@example.com to seek approval. You are required to provide information such as this, but not limited to:
- Details of the event, including dates
- Roads requested to be closed
- A traffic management plan
- Provision of public indemnity
You will be responsible for any costs incurred from advertising the road closure, signage, third-party liaisons and so on. You will be notified by email or phone when your approval has been given.
Current Road Closures
Planned road closures are published here once approved by Council. Click on a heading below to see further detail on individual projects, including start and finish dates.