Roadside Vegetation Management

The Roadside Vegetation Management Plan guides best practice toward the strategic management and operation of road reserves within the Adelaide Hills Council region.  The plan places an emphasis on community engagement and consultation.

Roadside Marker Scheme sites (blue markers, see below) denote environmental significance and status and are therefore a primary focus of the document to ensure these sites are managed correctly in respect to conservation, vegetation clearances, weed mitigation, grading, and pathogen control. Strong engagement and support for RMS sites is received through friends of, volunteer groups and community based environmental organisations.

Adelaide Hills Council Roadside Vegetation Management Plan  

Native Vegetation Marker System

The Native Vegetation Marker System (NVMS) has been designed to identify sites of conservation significance, which are protected by legislation due to remnant native vegetation.

Council has adopted the NVMS to assist in management of roadside native vegetation. The system is voluntary, and uses a standard sign for marking sites, assisting Council and other agencies to protect remnant native vegetation, and to comply with the requirements of Commonwealth and State legislation during roadworks and other public utility work nearby.

The NVMS supports best practice management for roadside native vegetation. The marking system could be readily extended for identifying other landscape, historic and cultural features if and when required by Council.

Click here to download a Native Vegetation Marker System brochure

Council acknowledges that we conduct our business on the traditional lands and waters of the Peramangk and Kaurna people. We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging as the Custodians of this ancient and beautiful land.
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