Upcoming temporary road closures
- Sunday 24 February 2019 – Wallaceville Hill Climb Motorsport Event
The following road will be closed to vehicular traffic on Sunday 24 February from 8am to 4.30pm for the Wallaceville Hill Climb Motorsport Event:
- Wallaceville Road from approximately 50m uphill of the Wallaceville House entrance, to but not including the intersection with Gorrie Road.
- Saturday 2 March 2019 – Karapoti Classic Mountain Bike Event
The following road will be closed to vehicular traffic on Saturday 2 March 2019 from 9.30am – 4.00pm for the Karapoti Classic Mountain Bike Event. Extreme weather postponement date Sunday 3 March 2019:
- Karapoti Road
- Saturday 16 March 2019 – March Madness Fair
The following roads will be closed to vehicular traffic on Saturday 16 March 2019 from 7am – 6pm for the March Madness Fair:
- Main Street from, but not including, Royal Street, along Main Street to the intersection of King and Main Street.
- Wakefield Street from Main St to, but not including, the entrance to McDonalds.
- Princes Street from Main Street to, but not including, the Geange Street intersection.
- Geange Street from Main Street to the second pedestrian crossing just prior to the Countdown car park exit.
- Russell Street from Main Street to Mumby Lane.
- Lion Court from Main Street to the car park at the end of Lion Court.
- Pine Avenue from Main Street to Lyster Lane.
- The car park on Pine Avenue immediately outside Noel Leeming.
- Wilson Street from Main Street to Beaurepaires.
Requests for a temporary road closure
Applying for a temporary road closure permit
If you are planning a parade or street event that will close a public road, you need to have a temporary road closure permit. This is approval given for a road to be closed to vehicles and/or pedestrians at a certain place and point in time. It means you can hold your event to the standards required by law, and that we can create a traffic management plan so that everything runs smoothly. Gaining approval also means you won’t be fined, as closing a road unannounced is illegal.
You’ll need to:
Let us know in writing at least three to six months before the event. This gives us time to consult with and gain approval from everyone involved, as well as advertise the closure publicly for any objections
Applicant to source a Traffic Management company to submit your plan, once you have been given approval. This will need to be approved by making sure the event will be safe and run with minimal disruption. – they’re listed under traffic management equipment/services in the Yellow Pages.
For more information about running an event in Upper Hutt and traffic management plan requirements, refer to the Resources & Links section.
Last updated on 10 Dec 2018