Tony Di Scerni pathway

The City of Vincent will be undertaking much needed works to resurface the Tony Di Scerni pathway in late 2023.

The pathway, which starts in Maylands and ends in Mt Lawley, is heavily used and is a major cycle route into the city along the Swan River.

Parts of the pathway are damaged and will be repaired after Vincent received complaints from local residents.

There will be closures in place at various times.

Remedial works

Remedial works took place from 18-29 September, between 9am and 4pm. 

It took two weeks to flatten the pathway, pull it up, recompact it and get it ready for asphalt.

The works were unable to be done at night as there were no light towers in the area.

After remedial works are complete, the pathway would be fully accessible to the public before asphalt works start.

Asphalt works

Asphalt works will take place from 19-20 October (inclusive).

There will be no access to the pathway from 7am to late evening. The pathway will be open again outside of those hours.

More information

For information about the resurfacing works, contact Coordinator Engineering Operations, Allan Brown on 0409 944 923 or Supervisor Construction and Maintenance, Milko Stojanoski on 0409 966 873.

For information about the overall project, contact the Parks team on 9273 6000.

Alternatively, send an email to mail@vincent.wa.gov.au.