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Infrastructure and Environment Services

Infrastructure & Environment Services manages and maintains Council's assets including council buildings, roads, footpaths, bridges, above ground and underground drainage, parks and gardens, reserves, depots, quarry operations and support to emergency services in the preparation, response and recovery phases of emergency management.

Services Include:

  • Planning for and design of infrastructure to cater for the community's current and future needs

Road construction and maintenance of sealed and unsealed roads of the entire 1200 km of road network throughout the Council district, including road signage, street sweeping and street lighting

  • Asset management of Council's current infrastructure and assets
  • Engineering assessment of development applications in accordance with civil construction design standards and guidelines of the District Council of Mallala
  • Maintenance and construction of parks, gardens and reserves incorporating irrigation designs and systems promoting preservation of water resources
  • Slashing of roadsides and reserves adhering to native vegetation guidelines to protect and promote remnant and native vegetation species unique to the district
  • Promoting and maintaining positive relationships with other government departments to assist in best practice for infrastructure planning and management
  • Maintenance of facilities to meet community needs such as cemeteries and public conveniences within the Council region
  • Liaising with the Adelaide and Mt Lofty Ranges Natural Resources Management Board for conservation and protection works occurring in the Councils rural and coastal areas
  • Engaging and facilitating community groups and other stakeholders in implementing coastal environmental works including, weed and pest control, site regeneration and revegetation (planting of local native species)

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