Ipswich City Council is committed to increasing opportunities for active participation by residents in community life and bringing together community, business and government networks to address common goals and develop solutions.
The intended outcome is to develop a healthy and socially responsible community by building on our lifestyle, creativity, diversity and community spirit.
Councils commitment to active participation is reflected in the Corporate Plan.
Council works with residents to ensure animals are appropriately cared for and managed.
Council provides the following services to assist residents to manage their waste in a manner that protects the environment and community health.
Ipswich Libraries is the hub of lifelong learning and community engagement for the Ipswich community.
Information is also available on preparing for natural hazards and emergencies, including flooding
All cemeteries are open to the public from sunrise to sunset and are locked outside of these hours.
A team of dedicated sport and recreation specialists has been established to work directly in the sport and recreation community.
Water management responsibilities are shared between various organisations in South East Queensland.
Advice on the current requirements for all types of building work
Plumbing and drainage information, forms, fact sheets and local and state laws
Council laws and regulations to ensure that Ipswich is a safe and healthy community
Local activities to help Ipswich residents of all ages lead active and healthy lifestyles
How to deal with neighbourhood nuisances and lodge complaints.
Information about different parking options within Ipswich and the rules and regulations surrounding parking.