As a partner in NSW Government’s Local Government Road Safety Program (LGRSP), Narrandera Shire Council is committed to improving road safety.

In line with the NSW Road Safety Strategy 2012-2021 the Safe System approach to road safety will continue to be used to address road safety issues identified within the Narrandera Shire. This is a holistic approach that considers how people, vehicles, speed and roads work together to create a safe system.

Narrandera Shire Council Road Safety Action Plan is a four year plan for the delivery of local road safety projects from July 2021 to June 2025. This plan incorporates analysis of local crash data to identify issues to be addressed through education and behaviour change programs.

Council works with a range of stakeholders including NSW Police and Transport for NSW to improve safety and awareness on our roads. 

Child Restraints

Free Child Restraint Checks

Come along to Marie Bashir Park 10:30am-12:30pm on Saturday 14 May to have your child restraints checked for FREE by an authorised restraint fitter.

Research shows that about two in every three child passengers are not correctly restrained in a child car seat. Children who are not restrained correctly are seven times more likely to sustain life-threatening injuries in a crash than those who are properly secured.

Ideally your child/ren should be present to ensure correct adjustment.

Information packs on child restraint laws and safety will be available.

This event is part of National Road Safety Week and is funded by the Local Government Road Safety Program.

Road Safety Officer
02 6959 5510
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