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Dunedin City Council – Kaunihera-a-rohe o Otepoti
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Streets, roads and roadsides

The Dunedin City Council maintains all public roads and footpaths, except for those parts of the State Highway Network that are managed by the NZTA.

General maintenance activity is delivered through a number of multi-year contracts that ensure the city streets are well maintained, clean and in a safe condition.

The Council's Annual Plan provides detail each year of the major maintenance programme expenditure and new capital improvement activity planned to maintain and develop the city's transportation network to meet current and future needs.

Here you will find information relating to what the DCC manages in regard to streets, roads and roadsides.

Maintaining our roads

Mudtanks

Road naming

This page contains a register of suggested road names the public can contribute to.

Street and traffic lights

Street signs and markings

Encroachments

An encroachment is a part of a property that has been constructed or developed outside the legally drawn boundary and is in fact on DCC-owned land such as a road reserve.

Roundabouts

The Dunedin City Council is trialling small roundabouts as a way to improve safety at a number of intersections in the city. These will look different to the usual larger, raised roundabouts, but the same road rules apply.

Maintaining our roads

This page details road maintenance information about potholes, cracked footpaths, broken handrails, dusty roads, grass mowing and vegetation control.

Mudtanks

Mudtanks are designed to collect surface water from the road, footpath, kerb and channel and transfer it to a piped stormwater system or watercourse.

Road naming

This page contains a register of suggested road names the public can contribute to.

Street and traffic lights

The Dunedin City Council is responsible for street, traffic, and pedestrian crossing lights.

Street signs and markings

Information about road signage for the streets and highways in Dunedin that are the responsibility of the Dunedin City council.

Encroachments

An encroachment is a part of a property that has been constructed or developed outside the legally drawn boundary and is in fact on DCC-owned land such as a road reserve.

Roundabouts

The Dunedin City Council is trialling small roundabouts as a way to improve safety at a number of intersections in the city. These will look different to the usual larger, raised roundabouts, but the same road rules apply.

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