Please be aware that road conditions can change at any time and the information provided is to the best of our knowledge at the stated time. For emergency help in floods and storms, call the SES on 132 500. In life threatening emergencies, call 000 (triple zero). Council is continuously assessing the road conditions throughout the Valley and will update the MyRoadInfo site only when new information comes to hand.
The MyRoadInfo website was developed in 2010 as an online information hub listing road closures and delays due to accidents, storms or rising floodwaters.
MyRoadInfo includes the latest updates from councils and the RMS so residents have localised knowledge at their fingertips to make sensible decisions on the road.
The MyRoadInfo developer has announced the release of its free MyRoadInfo app for iPhones and Android devices. The app’s most exciting feature, which is not available on the website, is an automatic notification system. Using the ‘favourites’ function, residents are able to nominate 10 favourite roads and receive automatic notifications should accidents, storms or flooding occur.
MyRoadInfo won an R.H. Dougherty Award in 2013 and in February 2014 was awarded the Government Communications Australia national award for ‘best crisis communications’.
Council recommends that the public listen to the radio, television and if possible check the web site for the Bureau of Meteorology
on a regular basis. Residents can report any problems experienced on roads to Council by telephoning Council on (02) 6568 2555 during normal business hours or Emergency After Hours on 1800 26 27 28, or using the 'Log a request' facility on Councils' website.
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Current information relating to roads within the Valley