Council set to upgrade Mary and William streets intersection

15 February 2024

Works will begin later this month to upgrade the intersection of Mary and William streets, Blackstone to cater for increased traffic demands as Ipswich grows.

Roll up, roll up, roll up for the next round of the Regional Arts Development Fund

15 February 2024

Ipswich City Council is seeking expressions of interest for the Regional Arts Development Fund from the community on projects to take centre stage.

Ipswich City Council to drive growth with Ripley Road upgrade

12 February 2024

Following resolutions by the Ipswich City Council in 2022 and 2023, council is advancing the design and construction upgrades of two vital connecting roads within the Ripley Valley in a staged approach.

Community once again onboard for Clean Up Australia Day

12 February 2024

Ipswich groups and individuals are answering a call to arms and registering sites ahead of this year’s Clean Up Australia Day.

Council makes most of mowing while the sun shines

09 February 2024

Council has increased its mowing resources to take full advantage of the recent sunshine after the city experienced 19 days of rain in January which significantly impacted its ability to mow local parks, sporting fields and footpaths.

History repeats as city seeks applicants for Viva Cribb Bursary

07 February 2024

Ipswich City Council is once again honouring one of the city’s leading residents with the 16th offering of the Viva Cribb Bursary.

Ipswich City Council working to be more inclusive for all

02 February 2024

More than 480 people provided their thoughts about Ipswich City Council’s new action-based Inclusion and Connectedness Implementation Program, which was presented at the January Ordinary Council Meeting.

Ripley and Redbank Plains remain best sellers in Ipswich growth ‘storey’

01 February 2024

Ripley and Redbank Plains continued to be the main property hot spots during the final quarter of 2023 as 835 new dwellings were built, and 523 new lots were created across Ipswich.

Waste directive review highlights progress, additional actions to improve odour issues

29 January 2024

A comprehensive review of Ipswich City Council’s flagship Waste and Circular Economy Transformation Policy Directive has found significant progress has been made since its inception in 2020 and proposes new actions to continue to fight odour issues being faced by the Ipswich community.

New large item kerbside collection program open for bookings

29 January 2024

Ipswich residents can now access a cleaner, greener large item kerbside collection program, with bookings for the new free, annual bagged service open from 9am tomorrow (Monday 29 January).