There are approximately 50 footbridges located within the Playford area. These bridges are of various types of construction, ranging from permapine through to concrete and steel.
The earlier ones were made from permapine and date back some 30-40 years. Due to the age and in some cases, vandalism, these wooden structures are all starting to deteriorate in condition, and will progressively need replacing.
Footbridge repair requests are individually inspected and assessed then placed on a program of works based on their condition rating. In the event that the damage is rated as minor, the request will be placed onto a register with works to be programmed as funding is made available.
Council is responsible for the provision of signage on the local road network throughout the city - including Traffic Advisory (Give Way, Keep Left, Speed limit etc); Street and Suburb Name. This signage is necessary for the safe and convenient movement of motorists, residents and visitors in our city. Council will consider all requests to install additional signage.
Council in conjunction with SA Power Networks, continue to improve the street lighting across Council. SA Power Networks has been engaged by the City of Playford to maintain the street lights on the residential road network.
Council pays a monthly contribution to the Department for Planning, Transport & Infrastructure (DPTI) to maintain street lighting on the main or arterial road network.
Requests for new street lights and reserve lighting can be lodged as a Customer Request.
Faulty Street Lights
Faulty street lights are the responsibility of SA Power Networks. To report a faulty street light contact SA Power Networks on 13 13 66 or 1800 676 043 or log a request online at http://www.etsa.com.au/centric/customers/lighting_services/report_a_street_light_out.jsp