Winners announced in 2018 Enviroplan Photo Competition

21 September 2018

Stunning images capturing Ipswich’s natural wonders have been named the winners of Ipswich City Council’s 2018 Enviroplan Photo Competition.

A second opportunity for conservation funding applications

18 September 2018

Ipswich City Council will offer a second funding opportunity to landholders as part of the Nature Conservation Grants program.

New Community Donations Program “great step forward”

18 September 2018

Ipswich City Council is committed to the continued delivery of its community funding programs.

Ipswich working closely with State Government on waste levy introduction

14 September 2018

Ipswich City Council has reviewed and responded to the State Government directions paper – “Transforming Queensland’s Recycling and Waste Industry”.

Child safety at the heart of proposed commuter parking crackdown

10 September 2018

Those who are deemed to be threatening the safety of children and motorists by parking on walkways or grassed areas near Springfield Central Station will be given two weeks to find a safer option.

Have a splash with Ipswich Water Fest

05 September 2018

Ipswich Water Fest will bring a bumper series of water-based activities to local creeks and rivers.

Tender process seeks best outcome for Queens Park Cafe

31 August 2018

Ipswich City Council CEO Sean Madigan said today he is keen to work with those who successfully tender to operate Queens Park Café.

New library opens to a stampede of new memberships

28 August 2018

To quote J K Rowling: “When in doubt, go to the library”, and that is exactly what thousands of Ipswich residents did during the opening week-end of the new Springfield Central library.

Glass collection points ready to go in Ipswich

24 August 2018

The first two specific glass collection points have been set up and are ready for Ipswich residents to deposit their glass bottles and jars for recycling.

Ipswich recycling bin contamination rates reduced 33 per cent

23 August 2018

The Ipswich community has brought recycling bin contamination rates down from 52 per cent to 18.8 per cent in just three months.