An initial heatwave warning has been issued to affect the region from Tuesday 31 January to Saturday 4 February. For more information refer to:
Bureau of Meteorology warning summary
Recognition of individuals within the region and applications for student bursaries.
Council facilitates citizenship ceremonies on behalf of the Department of Home Affairs.
Council has poles erected for non for profit community associations using their own banners to advertise events at no cost.
A source of information for people seeking services within the Moreton Bay Region.
Community gardens are a great way to meet people, share gardening skills and grow your own food.
A range of facilities are available to not-for-profit community and sporting organisations through lease or licence agreements.
Council facilitates and supports community networking opportunities attended by government agencies and service providers.
A range of tools including manuals, workshops, training and leasing.
Workshops for increasing your community networks, exchange ideas and tips, build your skills and confidence.
Council is working to ensure that the region's opportunities and vibrant lifestyle are accessible to everybody.
Everyone has a part to play in creating communities free from violence in families or between partners.
Graffiti is vandalism and is illegal. How to report graffiti and options for removal.
Funding opportunities for individuals and groups.
Council has partnered with Grow It Local to provide a free platform where residents and groups are encouraged to learn about and to grow fresh produce.
Homelessness can affect anyone at any point in their lives. It is a sensitive, complex and confronting issue.
Immunisation services for children, school students and seniors.
Council values the unique contributions that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples make to the Moreton Bay Region.
Knowing our neighbours can help us feel like we belong to an area and contribute to a happier neighbourhood for everyone.
Council has six marquees available for use by community groups and non-profit organisations.
Council embraces the different skills and varied views and experiences of our culturally and linguistically diverse communities.
Are you planning an event on Council land? Find out how to get started.
Council operates an extensive network of closed circuit television cameras in a range of public places and buildings.
Assistance is offered to eligible community groups via the provision of a rating donation on rates levied by Council and Unitywater.
Remission of development application fees, building and plumbing fees and infrastructure charges for community and charitable groups.
Council may be able to assist non-profit community groups who may require road safety equipment for events.
Find out more about services within the community that assist seniors and people with disability living at home, including garden maintenance services.
The Bribie Project is a year-long project to increase young people’s sense of belonging and provide affordable and accessible activities for the young people that live work and play on Bribie Island and its surrounds.