Council’s customer service centres will close at 5:00 PM on Friday 22 December 2023. Normal business hours will resume at 8:30 AM on Tuesday 2 January 2024.You can contact Council during the closure by calling (07) 3205 0555.
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The Queensland Police and Council are responsible for responding to complaints regarding abandoned vehicles.
Signs are fundamental to informing the community of services and events in the local area. Signs can be either self-assessable or require approval.
Emissions into the air can cause a nuisance to neighbours and interfere with their normal daily activities.
Operators of caravan parks and camping grounds are required to be licensed.
Change your postal address or contact details with Council for the purposes of rates, licensing and animal registration.
To display your goods on roads, footpaths, reserves and public land, you will need approval. Apply for Display of commercial goods approval.
Information on recreation drone safety rules, complaints and privacy.
Council regulates the number, size, location and timing of election signs displayed in the region.
With a choice of premier locations, it is easy to see why our region is a popular choice for film production in South East Queensland.
Operators of licensable food businesses require a licence under the Food Act 2006. Learn more about licensing requirements for Food Businesses within the region.
Approval is required for itinerant vendors who can only stop to sell goods when hailed down by a person intending to make a purchase.
Approval is required for the commercial use of a jetty landing. Approval is not required for recreational users who are landing for a maximum period of 20 minutes at any one time.
Make a payment of an invoice, licence renewal notice, permit renewal notice or annual notice.
Light from sources including security lights, spot lights and flood lights can cause a nuisance to neighbours.
Noise regulations and the responsible regulatory authorities.
Are you planning an event on Council land? Find out how to get started.
Food business operators who wish to use the footpath for outdoor dining require approval.
Drivers are responsible for abiding by regulated parking rules. Find out how to park legally.
Information relating to personal appearance services such as hairdressing, beauty therapy, body piercing and tattooing.
Located at Wirraway Drive, Rothwell, the aerodrome's hours of operation are 6:00 AM to 10:00 PM daily.
Approval is required if you are driving a vehicle onto Council land to access jetties and beach foreshores.
Preventing water pollution improves water quality and helps to underpin healthy natural ecosystems.
Requirements for water carriers who are carrying and supplying drinking water.
Businesses need to apply for a approval to sell goods in a public place or roads. Find out what you will need to apply.
If you are running a personal training, boot camp or other service in one of Council's open spaces or roads, you will need a approval. Find out how to apply.
Infringement notices can be issued for a breach of a Council local law or state law.
There are plenty of great locations across the Moreton Bay region for businesses to 'pop up' at. If you run a food truck, bike hire or another business, you can choose from a range of locations.
Renew your permit or licence online. New licence certificates and permit approvals will only be issued when fees are paid in full.
Council issues an offer of renewal to holders of a Food business licence or Prescribed activity permit. You must notify Council if you intend to accept or decline the offer.
Activities that must have approval by Council or State Government due to potential to damage or pollute the environment.
How to apply for a refund of Local Law Approval, Food Business Licence or Personal Appearance Services application or annual fees.
You will need approval to alter the land if you wish to carry out work, store goods and/or materials, or install a permanent sign on public land.