A fortnight after Goulburn and district received rainfall, several roads in the area are still closed due to flooding.
Bulls Pit Road and Mills Road are closed as it still has water over the road.
Brayton Road is closed even though there is no water on the road at this point. However, pavement is significantly damaged and is deemed unsafe for traffic.
All the sporting fields are also closed.
The council has put up signage warning people not to travel on these roads.
However, incidents of road closed signs being removed from these roads have raised concerns and can lead to a dangerous situation.
A council spokesperson has reminded people that there are a number of roads around the LGA that are still closed due to flooding, and advise drivers to proceed with caution.
"It is disappointing to find out that people are removing the road closure signs which creates serious dangers for other users of the road, especially people who are unfamiliar with the area. Council reminds the community that removal of signage can result in fines, and we ask you to please leave these in place," a council spokesperson said.
A total of 130 millimetres of rain was recorded by the Bureau of Meteorology for Goulburn, with totals of over 200 millimetres reported in some areas around the region.
The council has completed an assessment of the damage caused by flooding to roads and infrastructure around the region.
Meanwhile, the rainfall has been good news for agriculturalists in Goulburn Mulwaree.
Mr Lieschke also pointed out that the weather outlook is looking "very positive" and the signs are pointing towards a big spring ahead.
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