PREPARE TO LEAVE WARNINGS issued as flash flooding to occur in low lying Ipswich areas

26 February 2022

Low lying suburbs in Ipswich and those next to creeks and rivers are at risk of flooding as heavy rainfall continues to drench South East Queensland.

Willowbank Raceway receives high-octane boost

25 February 2022

In a massive economic injection for Ipswich sport, Willowbank Raceway has received $11 million to upgrade its facilities from the Federal Government.

Future Recreational Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Prioritised

25 February 2022

Council has listened to the community and adopted an action plan to guide recreational cycling and walking infrastructure planning over the next decade.

Must-see shows at the Ipswich Civic Centre this March

25 February 2022

Theatre shows and a tribute to music icon Roy Orbison are among the incredible performances coming to Ipswich this March.

Ipswich’s plan to build resilience for future flood

24 February 2022

The largest flood project ever undertaken in Ipswich will chart the way forward for the city’s response to future flooding events, and fulfils a key recommendation of the Queensland Flood Commission of Inquiry.

Free kerbside collection commencing in Ipswich Central, East Ipswich and surrounds

24 February 2022

It’s time to clean out the spare room or under the house as Ipswich City Council’s free large item kerbside collection begins on 7 March 2022 for one week in Ipswich Central, East Ipswich and surrounding suburbs.

Funding available to help protect Ipswich environment and wildlife

24 February 2022

Ipswich environment and wildlife carers can put up their hands for financial support, with council’s Environment and Sustainability Community Funding Program open for applications.

Community called on to shape the future of Ipswich

22 February 2022

Ipswich residents have the opportunity to lend their experience and voice to Ipswich City Council’s decision-making, by getting involved in community panels that will help shape the city now and into the future.

Policy in place to repair rough spots on rural roads

18 February 2022

A new policy to repair dangerous rural roads has been adopted by Ipswich City Council, which will see council crews undertake repairs to dangerous hazards on unmaintained roads when crews are in the area and it’s safe to do so.

Collaboration on catchment vision improves waterway health

17 February 2022

Vital Ipswich river systems will benefit from collaboration to improve waterway health at Franklin Vale Creek.