Recovery hubs help people back on their feet

08 March 2022

Two community recovery hubs are operating in Goodna and the Ipswich CBD to help flood-impacted residents get back on their feet in the wake of the recent flooding.

Extent of flood damage in Ipswich starts to come to light

07 March 2022

The true scale of the recovery effort has begun to emerge as the flood clean-up continues across Ipswich.

‘Mud Army’ mobilises to clean up Ipswich

05 March 2022

Hundreds of generous volunteers have inundated flooded homes armed with cleaning supplies, brooms and shovels across Ipswich’s flood impacted suburbs.

Free entry extended to waste centres for flood impacted Ipswich residents

04 March 2022

Flood impacted residents and businesses can dispose of stinking and soggy waste for free for another week after council extended the free entry for Riverview and Rosewood Recycling and Refuse Centres until Sunday 13 March.

Australian Defence Force bolsters flood recovery effort in Ipswich

04 March 2022

Flood recovery efforts in Ipswich have received a welcome boost with the Australian Defence Force putting boots on the ground to work alongside residents, volunteers and council crews.

‘One-stop shop’ connects community with important flood recovery info

03 March 2022

A ‘one-stop shop’ for the community to access important flood recovery information is now live on Ipswich City Council’s website.

Queensland Governor offers support in Ipswich

02 March 2022

The Ipswich community received a boost today when the Governor of Queensland Her Excellency the Honourable Dr Jeannette Young PSM visited residents at Goodna, the Local Recovery and Resilience Group headquarters and the flood evacuation centre.

Free Kerbside Collection begins in flooded suburbs

02 March 2022

A free kerbside collection service targeting Ipswich’s most flood impacted streets and suburbs began this morning.

State Government supports Ipswich as flood recovery begins

01 March 2022

Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk, Deputy Premier Steven Miles, Minister Mark Ryan, Police Commissioner Katarina Carroll and QFES Commissioner Greg Leach today toured council’s Local Disaster Coordination Centre and flood evacuation centre.

Financial assistance for flood-affected Ipswich residents

01 March 2022

Ipswich residents affected by flooding can now access financial assistance. Local Disaster Management Group Chairperson Mayor Teresa Harding has urged residents impacted by flooding and storm damage to reach out for help.