Tuesday 21st November 2017
Council’s Community Satisfaction Survey results in
Wednesday 15th November 2017
Wingecarribee Seniors Directory now available
Wednesday 1st November 9:00am - Thursday 30th November 6:00pm
Southern Highlands Arts Festival
Tuesday 7th November 6:00pm - Tuesday 28th November 7:30pm
Men's Health Month
Council understands that trees are living assets, subject to growth, decline and decay. As assets, Council manages them by adopting a holistic approach that plans for maintaining and renewing trees within designated levels of service. With this in mind, Council Arborists, categorise maintenance interventions in the following order, to facilitate decision-making and allow for the best prioritisation of Council resources:
The process for tree maintenance requests is as follows:
Please note: The work release will depend on the available budget and the priority of the works. If the job is an emergency Council will complete the works outside the Monthly Work Release.
Council is responsible for managing and maintaining many thousands of trees located on roads, streets and in parks across the shire. As a result, Council must prioritise work to ensure that resources are committed to the most important tasks and work requests.
Types of pruning/tree maintenance tasks Council will complete:
Generally, tree maintenance will not be carried out in these situations: