Public notices are used to advise Albany residents of road closures, footpath works and rubbish collections within the municipality.

All notices are published in local and/or state publications such as the Albany Advertiser, Great Southern Weekender and West Australian.

It is hereby notified for public information and in accordance with Section 18 of the Bush Fires Act 1954, that the City of Albany will extend the Restricted Burning Period (RBP) in the NORTH EAST SECTOR until June 15, 2018.

Due to the recent fire activity within the City of Albany and forecast dry conditions, the City of Albany has reinstated the restricted period within the SOUTH WEST SECTOR as well until June 15, 2018. Permits to burn will now be required within the City of Albany boundaries.

The City may make changes to the RBP should conditions change. Please check back with this page for further updates.

The City of Albany advises that work will be undertaken at the intersection of Albany Highway and Barker Road, week commencing 21 May 2018.  The purpose of the works is to:

  • Extend the existing median island on Albany Highway to prevent right turn movements out of Barker Road for all vehicles. 
  • Construct a shared path crossing across Albany Highway linking the existing shared path on the south side of Albany Highway with the one on the west side of Barker Road.

Works are expected to be completed by the late May 2018.

Drivers and pedestrians are expected to show caution, observe all roadworks signs and obey the on-site traffic controllers in the work area.The City of Albany will endeavour to keep restrictions to a minimum and would appreciate your co-operation in working with on-site staff.

Please direct enquiries to Rocco Ruffo, Works Supervisor - Construction, at the City of Albany on 6820 3998 during business hours.

The City of Albany advises that the following changes to CBD parking will come into effect on 11 June 2018:

  • The carpark between Stirling Terrace and Peels Place (next to Centrelink) will become 2 hour parking unless a parking permit is displayed.

The parking plan can be viewed and downloaded here: http://albany.wa.gov.au/download/12521

Hard copies can also be obtained from the North Road office.

The City of Albany advises that the red telephone box at the corner of York Street and Stirling Terrace will be removed for maintenance, week commencing 07 May 2018.  Works are expected to take approximately 1 month and a temporary telephone cabinet will be in place for the duration of the works.

Please direct enquiries to Dean Marrows, Trades Supervisor, at the City of Albany on 6820 3981 during business hours.

The City of Albany advises that pathway construction works have commenced on Grey Street West and are expected to be completed by early June.  Access to properties will be affected for brief periods during construction, however the Contractor will notify residents prior to any restrictions.

Drivers and pedestrians are expected to show caution, observe all roadworks signs and obey the on-site traffic controllers in the work area.The City of Albany will endeavour to keep restrictions to a minimum and would appreciate your co-operation in working with on-site staff.

Please direct general enquiries to Kenna Sutherland, Civil Engineering Officer, at the City of Albany on 6820 3969 during business hours. For urgent matters after hours,  please contact the contractor, TRiCOAST CIVIL on 9844 8883.   

The City of Albany advises that works will be undertaken on Middleton Road, between Dog Rock and Adelaide Crescent, commencing mid January 2018.  The purpose of these works is to renew kerbing and drainage, resurface the road and widen the existing cycle lanes.  Works are expected to be completed by late May 2018.

 

Drivers are expected to show caution, observe all road works signs and obey the on-site traffic controllers in the work area. The City of Albany will endeavour to keep restrictions to a minimum and would appreciate your co-operation in working with on-site staff.

 

Road closures will occur during the period of construction and signed detours will be in place.  Access to businesses and properties will be maintained during the closures. 

 

Information about the road closure locations and timeframes will be posted on the City of Albany website as soon as they have been confirmed.

 

Please direct enquiries to Andrew Greenwood, Senior Civil Engineering Officer, at the City of Albany on 6820 3965 during business hours.

 

UPDATE - MAY 24, 2018

The sealing of the road was completed on Tuesday and the asphalting has been completed between Dog Rock and Campbell Road as well as between Adelaide Crescent and Wollaston Road. The contractor is proposing to continue with the asphalting works through this week. To undertake this portion of the work road closures will be in place between Wollaston Road and Hay Street as well as between Hay Street and Campbell Road at different times.

 

As always access to properties will be maintained except for a brief period when the machinery is working directly in front of an individual property. Vehicles will be allowed access into closed sections of road if their destination is within the closure. However, drivers will need to speak to the traffic controllers on site and follow their instructions. Signed detours will be in place directing traffic around the closures.

 

Other works including the construction of kerbing, footways driveway crossovers and verge backfill will also be taking place either within the road closures or utilising Stop/Go traffic control. The contractor will be in contact with individual owners prior to commencing work on a driveway to discuss access arrangements.

The City of Albany advises that roadworks will be undertaken on Norwood Road, commencing 03 April 2018. Works include the installation of drainage and clearing and are expected to be completed by late May 2018.

Drivers and pedestrians are expected to show caution, observe all roadworks signs and obey the on-site traffic controllers in the work area. The City of Albany will endeavour to keep restrictions to a minimum and would appreciate your co-operation in working with on-site staff.

Please direct enquiries to Roger Cation, Team Leader – Civil Infrastructure, at the City of Albany on 6820 3975 during business hours.

The City of Albany advises that works will be undertaken to upgrade the Lower King Boat Ramp, commencing early April 2018. Project works include defined trailer and single vehicle parking bays; one new All Access parking bay; traffic flow and ramp reverse markings. Works are expected to be completed by mid April 2018.

Temporary interruptions and possible full closure of the ramp may occur during this time.

Drivers and pedestrians are expected to show caution, observe all roadworks signs and obey the on-site traffic controllers in the work area. The City of Albany will endeavour to keep restrictions to a minimum and would appreciate your co-operation in working with on-site staff.

Please direct enquiries to David King, Manager, City Engineering, at the City of Albany on 6820 3964 during business hours.