Araluen Road residents are hoping questions will be answered and solutions given at a long-awaited meeting about the damaged road with council officers this Saturday, June 19.
Damage from fires, floods as well as ongoing road maintenance issues resulted in two landslides in the area, the first of which occurred more than seven months ago.
Earlier this month, council officers invited residents to a meeting at McGregors Creek RFS station, "to provide information about plans and progress of restoring access along Araluen Road".
Patricia Gardiner lives at a property located between the two landslides and has had to use fire trails to get to and from town, a route that adds an extra twenty minutes.
She said the issues on the road went beyond the landslides.
"I am a little concerned as they describe it [in the letter] as a "presentation" of the Knowles Creek landslide solution, which is great," she said.
"But residents also want to be provided with information about all the road problems and proposed solutions, and to ask questions."
Staff from the council infrastructure services team including director Warren Sharpe will attend the meeting to present a proposed construction process for a new road, rather than plans to repair the existing one.
"We'd like to find out how long the road is going to be closed for, what has been discovered from geotechnical work, and what the other problems with the road are," Ms Gardiner said.
"We need proposed solutions on how to mitigate landslips and the road collapsing, and we want a timeframe for when all this will happen."
The meeting will take place at McGregors Creek RFS station on Saturday, June 19 from 11am.