COVID-19 update

City of Prospect has taken a number of important and proactive steps to protect our community and staff as we face this unprecedented situation of the global COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic and the nationwide Public Health Emergency.

We need to take all reasonable steps available to protect our community, our Elected Members, our staff and volunteers (and their families) against the spread of this infection while ensuring we deliver services as close to ‘business as usual’ as possible.

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Footpath Maintenance Requests

If you have a request or query about the condition of your footpath please contact us. This issue can also be raised as a Request - click hereOnce received an inspection will be undertaken and any maintenance required will be prioritised according to the level of risk present. The evaluation or risk management process for footpaths takes into account the severity of damage/displacement, frequency of use and proximity to facilities such as aged care facilities or schools. Hazardous issues are then addressed more quickly than those that can potentially be attended to during our bi-annual scheduled precinct maintenance visits.

Footpath Reconstruction

Our Footpath Reconstruction Program aims to replace all the asphalt/bitumen footpaths within the entire City of Prospect with block paved paths by the year 2020.

Council has agreed to undertake this work in stages, through Capital Works programs over each financial year period. The programs are predetermined by condition assessments undertaken on all asphalt/bitumen footpaths and arranged from “worst to best” with reconstruction beginning with the worst footpaths (those which present the most risk).

Whilst this may mean that in some instances one side of your street may be earmarked for reconstruction in a different year to the opposite side of the street, it will mean that the worst conditioned paths will be addressed first in order to minimise the risk to the community.

At this stage, there are no programs in place to reconstruct concrete footpaths. Concrete footpaths within City of Prospect tend to be of better condition and present a much lower level of risk than asphalt/bitumen footpaths and as such at this stage, they will be monitored and maintained through concrete edge grinding and minor repair works.

Street Lights

To report a faulty street light, register the location through SA Power Networks.

For any more information on footpaths within City of Prospect please contact us by phone on (08) 8269 5355, or via email at