Signage & Lighting

City Signage

Whyalla City Council is committed to ensureing that signage is well presented and adequately promotes the City and its attractions.

Traffic control signage (stop, giveway, restricted U-turn, etc)

Signs shall be installed in accordance with the relevant Australian Standard and where necessary approval sought from Department Planning, Transport and Infrastructure. Where parking restrictions are to be installed and removed public consultation shall occur with any affected parties in accordance with Councils Policy.

If you have any queries or concerns in relation to traffic control signage please contact us either via phone on 8640 3444 or email.

Street name signs

Street signs are to be constructed in accordance with the Australian Standards and be clearly readable upon approch to the street. Streets with a substantial/pronounced crown that may obscure the view of the street name are not suitable for kerb etched street signs.

If you wish to report damage to a street sign or that a sign is missing, please contact us either via phone on 8640 3444 or email.

Permanent business or advertising signs on Council land

Generally Council discourages the placement of permanent business or advertising signage upon Council land such as the road reserve, these will also require development approval. However, directional signage, can be displayed upon Council approval. For further information on directional signage please contact the Engineering and Infrastructure department for advice on associated costs.

Street Lighting

Street light faults should be reported to SA Power Networks on 13 13 66.