“Clear, succinct and concise” submissions ahead of council decision on childcare centre

18 October 2021

Ipswich City Council is expected to make a decision next month on a development application for a new childcare centre at Karalee, following a public hearing of the Independent Decision Review Panel (IDRP).

Time running out to nominate for Council’s Australia Day Awards

18 October 2021

Do you know someone who goes above and beyond for our city? Now is the time for residents to nominate local heroes and inspiring individuals who better our community for Council’s 2022 Australia Day Awards.

North Ipswich safer for pedestrians with new traffic island

15 October 2021

A new traffic island and urban works at the intersection of Lawrence and Pine Streets in North Ipswich is set to improve pedestrian safety, as Council rolls out its $26 million road maintenance and rehabilitation program for 2021-22.

Funding boost to new Blue Gum Reserve changerooms

14 October 2021

The Karalee Tornadoes Junior Rugby League Club can look forward to a $620,000 upgrade to Blue Gum Reserve which will include new changerooms for home and away teams, and amenities for female players.

Celebrating Queensland’s first Small Business Friendly Council

13 October 2021

Cutting red tape for local food truck operators, providing financial support through the COVID pandemic and upskilling local traders are among the successes of Ipswich City Council’s first 12 months as Queensland’s first Small Business Friendly Council.

Ripley Valley information session open to all residents

12 October 2021

The Ipswich community is encouraged to attend a Ripley Valley Development Community Information Session to learn more about the growth and development occurring in the area.

Calling all sticky beaks for citizen science

12 October 2021

The annual Aussie Backyard Bird Count is on 18-24 October, giving residents the opportunity to help conserve native wildlife and learn more about Ipswich’s 300 species of avifauna.

New jacarandas set to paint Ipswich purple

12 October 2021

Ipswich’s reputation as a jacaranda hotspot will continue for generations to come with Ipswich City Council planting 100 new trees in Goodna.

Free storm-ready events for Ipswich residents

11 October 2021

Free and local events will pop up at shopping centres and libraries around Ipswich during Get Ready Queensland Week (11 – 17 October), as Council opens a new competition to help the community to prepare for storm season.

Mental health in focus at free expo

11 October 2021

Ipswich residents have access to free information on programs and services in a safe and relaxed environment during Queensland Mental Health Week, at the 2021 Ipswich Mental Health and Wellbeing Expo.