Empowering people with disability to be disaster ready

20 September 2022

Having a practical plan in place ahead of when disaster strikes is important for everyone in the community and that is why Ipswich City Council wants to ensure people with disability, and their carers, are receiving the right support.

Spring has sprung at Ipswich Nature Centre in time for school holidays

20 September 2022

It is cuteness overload at the Ipswich Nature Centre, where animals are getting ready to welcome new additions while some have already arrived just in time for the school holidays.

$10 million allocated for new three-year kerb and channel program

19 September 2022

Construction work on Alice Street at Blackstone and Short Street at Walloon will be the initial major focus of an almost $10 million kerb and channel program over the next three years.

Free hazardous waste drop-off day

16 September 2022

Ipswich residents can hand in unwanted hazardous household items and chemicals at the Riverview Recycling and Refuse Centre for free on 25 September as part of council’s annual hazardous waste drop-off day.

Ipswich City Council closures on national day of mourning

14 September 2022

Some Ipswich City Council facilities and services will not be available on Thursday 22 September, the public holiday for a national day of mourning to observe the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.

Ipswich Central parking spots transformed for PARK(ING) Day

13 September 2022

Music, colour, plants and additional outdoor dining furniture will fill six Top of Town parking spaces for three days this month as part of the global event, Park(ing) Day.

Colleges Crossing recovery moves closer to funding

13 September 2022

The reconstruction of Colleges Crossing Recreation Reserve and 26 other projects will progress to the next stage of assessment under the jointly funded State and Federal government Disaster Relief Funding Arrangements (DRFA) as council continues to work through flood recovery.

Flood gauges damaged in 2022 weather events in Ipswich replaced

09 September 2022

The 2022 floods recovery repairs continue in Ipswich with new flood gauges being installed at two hard-hit areas, Colleges Crossing and Karalee.

Food organics, garden organics trial enters new phase

09 September 2022

A trial to assess community attitudes toward future changes in the collection of food and organic household waste is entering a new phase.

Funds available for sustainable community projects

08 September 2022

From planting koala habitat areas to waste education – there are so many ways that the Ipswich City Council Ti Tree Bioenergy Funding Program can be used to improve our city’s natural assets.