Council is aware customers are experiencing issues when using Facebook to login or register for Online Services accounts. We apologise for the inconvenience. We are working to rectify the issue as quickly as possible.
Information regarding flood waste, skip bins, damage assessments, and support services is available for residents affected by the recent flooding event.
Flood recovery resources
Queensland Police and Council are responsible for responding to complaints regarding abandoned vehicles.
Council removes abandoned vehicles from all roads and public land, except for the Bruce Highway. Council does not deal with abandoned vehicles on private land.
An abandoned vehicle is a vehicle for which Council is unable to locate an owner. If the owner of the vehicle is identified, the vehicle cannot be deemed abandoned and Council is unable to remove it. In this instance the matter can be referred to the Police.
To report unregistered abandoned vehicles dumped on council property contact Council with a description of the vehicle and its location.
Should the vehicle owner be found, or the vehicle owner later contact Council to claim their vehicle, they must pay any costs incurred by Council prior to the vehicle being released.
Vehicles which remain unclaimed after 30 days, are sold by public auction.
Residents should contact the Queensland Police if they believe that a registered vehicle has been abandoned or parked in a hazardous position.