Temporary and permanent road closures in the ACT.
Details on major capital work upgrades including road and path improvements that are underway or have recently been completed.
Bridges, street lighting, stormwater, community paths, pavement, car parks and maintenance activities such as road resealing and street sweeping.
General cycling information including cycling facilities and bicycle storage.
Traffic signals, temporary traffic management and traffic control devices.
National transport reforms, student transport program and the Yamba Drive road and pedestrian safety report.
ACT Government transport information including ACTION Buses, light rail and active travel.
Roads and maps in the ACT for heavy vehicles.
The ACT Government has launched a new twelve month trial which aims to promote road safety in residential areas through driver awareness of travelling speeds.
Reports, audits, strategies and studies about recycling and waste management in the ACT.
What waste and recycling can be collected in the ACT.
Where to drop off recycling and waste in the ACT.
How to dispose of everyday items.
What happens to recycling and waste, site visits, sustainability for business
Recycling and waste in public spaces.
Forms for bins, tours and special disposal and fees for facilities in the ACT.
Latest news, events and community call outs.
City Rangers look after abandoned vehicles, sharps collections, line of sight obstructions, footpath (movable) signs and illegal activities such as littering.
Capital Linen Service offers a linen rental and laundry service to healthcare facilities, hotels and restaurants.
The Woden, Gungahlin and Hall cemeteries are managed by the ACT Public Cemeteries Board.
The Canberra Carousel Organ is an iconic piece of Canberra's history. The 69 keyless fairground organ was built in 1911 and originally operated as part of the merry-go-round which now resides on City Walk in Civic.
The Garden Centre, Wholesale Nursery and Free Plant Issue Scheme.
Libraries ACT delivers public library services to the ACT community.
The ACT Government manages many public recreation facilities in our region.
Mowing, shopping centres, watering of public open space, posters and noticeboards and graffiti.
Keeping dogs and cats as pets, lost dogs, Domestic Animal Services and animal welfare legislation.
The ACT Veterinary Surgeons Board (the Board) is a statutory body established to regulate veterinary practice in the public interest.
The ACT Government assists the community with various aspects of wildlife management.
Trees on government land, protected trees and the ACT Government Commercial Pine Plantation Estate.
Information about invasive weed control and the ACT Government Weed Strategy.
Approval is required to use public land for events, storage and long term use.
Development and Project Support
TCCS facilitates approvals for driveway modifications and construction; construction impacting storm water easements; demolition and excavation waste; and construction impacting the verge or public open space.
Information about the key submissions which TCCS’ Development Review and Coordination endorses and approves.
All assets handed over to the Territory have to be designed and constructed in accordance with relevant specifications, guidelines, codes and content of post DA submissions.
Stay up to date with the latest news from Development Review and Coordination.
Find the established standards, codes and guidelines.
ProjectWise and Summary WAE Portal increases the efficiency of submissions. This section covers how to obtain licences for the these portals and gain access through a web-based interface.
The ACT Government has developed a draft Peafowl Management Plan (the Plan) and is seeking your feedback.
Following the peafowl trapping and relocation program undertaken in 2015, the ACT Government committed to implementing a more strategic approach to the management of the ACT’s feral peafowl populations. This Plan has been developed to address ongoing community concerns.
A range of options have been considered as outlined in the Plan, and it is proposed to implement an annual trapping program to reduce feral peafowl numbers. We understand the negative impacts that feral peafowl have on local residents, however they also pose a substantial threat to our native flora and fauna, particularly if the feral peafowl population expands into nearby nature reserves.
Consultation on the Plan closes Friday 8 June 2018.
View the Plan (PDF 450KB) | Word version (DOC 468KB)
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