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We look after roads, bridges, street names, signage, lighting and more, so that you can go about your day hassle-free.



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Find out about the range of bridges the Council manages and maintains, check bridge weight limits and more

Find our more about road signage in the tasman region or report a road signage issue

Explore the Council's street naming policy, how to make a request or find out the reason behind a street name.

Council places great importance in maintaining and developing footpaths, which promote a pedestrian-friendly environment.

We want to keep everyone safe on our roads.

Car parking throughout the Tasman District is free, with some car parks restricted by time limits.