Crossovers

What is a crossover?

A crossover is the part of the driveway from the kerb line to the property line.

Do I need approval to construct or change a crossover?

As a landowner, you must apply for approval to construct a new crossover or to amend an existing crossover.

Crossover construction and design applications are free and can take up to five (5) days to process.

Please complete the Crossover Construction Application Form below. 

Crossover Construction Application Form

Crossover specification and design requirements

The City has a crossover specification document (refer to Related Documents below) with information on crossover design requirements.
 
These design requirements must be adhered to when constructing or changing a crossover.

How to apply for council contribution toward the cost of crossovers

Council provides a one-off crossover contribution of $300 per property. To be eligible for the contribution, the crossover must comply with the City's Crossover Specifications (refer to Related Documents below). The council contribution can only be given to the property owner or owners adjoining the crossover.   

To apply for a council contribution, the Crossover Claim Form must be completed with the adjoining property owner’s details.

Crossover Claim Form Rebate - Appendix B

If approved, payment of the contribution will be paid via Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) only. In order to receive payment, you must provide your bank details. 

If the crossover has been constructed with brick pavers, a receipt or delivery docket for the limestone used in the construction is also required.

More information and contact

Please contact Engineering Services for information on crossovers on 08 9411 3444 or at customer@cockburn.wa.gov.au

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Address

9 Coleville Crescent,
Spearwood 6163

PO Box 1215, Bibra Lake DC,
Western Australia, 6965

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