Get up, show up and stand up this NAIDOC Week in Ipswich

04 July 2022

NAIDOC Week is a fantastic opportunity to celebrate the city’s diverse culture on the lands of the Jagera, Yuggera and Ugarapul peoples.

Division 4 highlights: Future goals in focus in 2022-2023 Budget

30 June 2022

Division 4 is kicking goals with significant projects in the 2022-2023 Budget that will increase liveability on a local and regional scale.

Division 3 highlights: Works to reinvigorate unique attractions and suburbs

30 June 2022

Some of Ipswich’s most established suburbs and popular community attractions will receive a welcome boost in the Ipswich City Council 2022-2023 Budget.

Division 2 highlights: On the move with a focus on road and park upgrades

30 June 2022

Major investments in the local road network and parks in the Ipswich City Council 2022-2023 Budget will propel improvements across Division 2.

Division 1 highlights: Urban and rural areas reap benefits in 2022-2023 Budget

30 June 2022

A diverse range of projects for Division 1 will match the diverse communities in the Ipswich City Council area that covers approximately 55 per cent of the city.

Grants assist with delivery of community infrastructure and services

30 June 2022

Ipswich City Council will deliver its capital and operational programs for 2022-2023 with the support of State and Federal funding.

Supporting the volunteers who show up for rain, hail or fire

30 June 2022

Ipswich’s State Emergency Service volunteers and local Rural Fire Service will have continued support through the Ipswich City Council 2022-2023 Budget.

Ipswich to manage growth with new planning scheme

30 June 2022

Ipswich is the fastest growing city in Queensland and the 2022-2023 Budget includes funding to progress a new Ipswich Planning Scheme and associated documents to guide development and infrastructure planning.

Ipswich CBD revitalisation gets $41.5 million boost

30 June 2022

Ipswich City Council has committed $41.5 million in its 2022-2023 Budget to the next phase of work in the Nicholas Street Precinct redevelopment.

Budget to bolster in-house mowing and maintenance team

30 June 2022

The Ipswich City Council 2022-2023 Budget is set to boost mowing and maintenance services by $1.7 million in a move which will see council bolster its in-house mowing team and deliver a better service for residents.