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Renewing our assets

We're renewing our assets around the City of Charles Sturt. You can read our Annual Business Plan and Budget to learn more about how we're managing the budget for 2020/21.

We have an asset management plan for infrastructure like roads, paths, bus stops and stormwater drains.

Projects for 2020/21: 

  • Path renewals: $2,525,000
  • New paths: $500,000
  • Bus stops: $400,000
  • Road rehabilitation and reconstruction: $12,788,364

Learn more about how we're renewing our assets around the City of Charles Sturt by selecting an asset below.

Streetscape Projects

Military Road and Main Street Precinct Project
The Military Road and Main Street Precinct project aims to achieve the community aspirations of improving access, amenity and safety for all road users while balancing the needs for parking, reducing the effects of urban heat and incorporating placemaking opportunities.
Read more about Military Road and Main Street Precinct.

Living Streets Renown Park
Living Streets is about rethinking the design of the street and neighbourhood to prioritise people. The project aims to shape the way residents use their streets, making them greener, walkable and safer for all users. Read more about Living Streets Renown Park.


We're working to renew and rehabilitate our roads in the City of Charles Sturt. Here's what we're spending in 2020/21.

  • Road renewal, reconstruction and rehabilitation $12,788,364
  • Road rehabilitation $6,339,874
  • Road reconstruction: $6,448,490

You can read more about the Roads we're renewing and constructing.


We have management plans to renew existing paths and to create new paths. Here's what we're spending on paths in 2019/20:

  • Path renewals: $2,525,000
  • New paths: $500,000

Read more about our Paths we're renewing and creating.

Grange Lakes Corridor Shared Use Path 

This project is for the construction of a shared path for pedestrians and cyclists between the lake in West Lakes and the River Torrens outfall channel.

Read more about the Grange Lakes Corridor Shared Use Path.

Bus stops 

We're renewing our bus stops to make them safe and compliant with the Disability Discrimination Act.

We're spending $400,000 on bus stop upgrades.

Read more about our Bus Stop Renewal Program.

Stormwater Drains 

We're replacing and renewing stormwater drains that have reached the end of their life. 

Read more about the stormwater drains we're renewing.

More information

Coordinator Engineering Projects
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