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School crossings

School crossings service suspended until further notice

The City of Casey has made the decision to suspend the school crossing service throughout the Stage 4 restrictions, from Thursday 6 August 2020. The health and safety of our staff and of the community is our first priority.

We must all do our part in reducing the movement of people across the state, and this is one way we can make a significant difference within Casey.

Council will continue to monitor the advice of the Department of Education. Decisions for operations for the remainder of Term 3 will be informed by their advice.

School crossing operations

We have 250 school crossing supervisors who brave all sorts of weather to assist pedestrians in Casey. They include permanent part-time and relief staff.

School crossings are located at some intersections, pedestrian light crossings and flagged children’s crossings.

Hours of operation

School crossing supervisors work Monday to Friday during the school term between:

  • 8 am - 9.30 am
  • 2.30 pm - 4 pm

Please contact the School Crossing Unit to get more information on crossing times.

Report an issue with a school crossing

We encourage you to provide feedback on our staff and report an issue, such as:

  • unattended school crossings
  • maintenance issues

You can make a report via:

Become a relief school crossing supervisor

We are always on the lookout for relief school crossing supervisors. Check our careers page for current vacancies.