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Have your say on the proposed locations for new cricket nets in Dayboro.
Have your say on the proposed planning scheme amendment to the Moreton Bay Regional Council Planning Scheme.
Council is creating a thriving new major destination with a full-scale USC campus at its core.
A unique project that follows the old Caboolture to Kilcoy railway corridor that closed in 1964.
The Redcliffe Art Gallery is being relocated from its current location to provide additional space for exhibitions and public programs.
Beachmere lake is a constructed lake which plays an important role in stormwater and flood mitigation for the Beachmere community. The lake is also connected to the ocean via a tidal exchange system, resulting in an estuarine environment.
The Black Duck Lake System is a series of six water bodies located along the valley floor of a modified drainage line within the Freshwater Creek catchment, at Murrumba Downs.
Council is undertaking scheduled maintenance works on the Bribie Gardens Navigation Lock and Weir.
Council purchased the land at 1077 Bribie Island Road Ningi to use as a future treatment site for dredged material from the Pacific Harbour canals.
Council has commenced a long-term project to restore Cabbage Tree Creek.
Our bays, beaches and seaside spots have always been attractive places to live, work and visit. Council is seeking to better understand the dynamic environmental factors that may affect the lifestyle and amenity of these much-loved areas in the future.
The vibrant red earth cliffs along the Scarborough coastline are an iconic natural feature that inspired the name of the Redcliffe Peninsula upon the arrival in Moreton Bay of the explorer Matthew Flinders in 1799.
Council has awarded a $2 million tender to construct a new SES Depot in James Drysdale Reserve, Bunya.
Moreton Bay Regional Council is carrying out construction works at Blatchford Sporting and Recreation Reserve, Murrumba Downs.
Following consultation in late 2018, Council has prepared a draft master plan for the Sandstone Point Community and Sports Complex.
Moreton Bay Regional Council is currently carrying out construction works at Esplanade, Toorbul, adjacent to the Boat Ramp Access Road.
The aim of the project is a shared pathway and bridge connection is to shorten the commuter link to Mango Hill Station and provide greater recreational use of the park around the lake for cyclists and pedestrians.
The project scope involves the construction of a children's adventure play space, picnic facilities and path upgrades along the foreshore.
Council has commenced construction of a new carpark and access road as part of an overall project to expand the baseball facility.
Council has awarded a $7.8 million tender to upgrade MSEC as part of a plan to attract major sporting events and trade shows to the popular indoor hub.
Council has commenced planning for a new sport and recreation precinct on Nathan Road, Rothwell.
The Moreton Bay Regional Council has commenced the planning and feasibility study for the proposed O’Mara Road pedestrian and cycle bridge and shared pathway.
This project involves expanding the existing soccer facilities to enable the relocation of the Samford Rangers Soccer Club from Harold Brown Park to Samford Parklands.
The extension to the indoor sporting complex will include three additional courts and support areas to provide increased playing space for indoor sports.
The Hills District All Abilities Playground aims to provide residents an opportunity to engage in a space where children and adults of all abilities are welcome.
Urgent construction works to the pedestrian underpass at the eastern end of the Bribie Island Bridge are being undertaken after the collapse of a retaining wall.
The project aims to provide a sealed car park between the Canoe Club and the Dragon Boat Clubs.
The project aims to reduce the frequency of flooding at the proposed site by increasing the capacity of the stormwater drainage.
Council has allocated funds to improve the intersection of Oakey Flat Road and Walkers Road, Morayfield to reduce congestion at peak times.
This active transport and road rehabilitation project is located on McKean Street, Caboolture between Beerburrum Road and Pettigrew Street.
The project aims to renew the pavement on Pates Road, from Newlands Road to Powell Road.
The aim of the project is to improve pedestrian safety, slow traffic speeds and improve the streetscape amenity to a consistent standard along the length of Sutton Street.
The project aims to bring the streets in this location up to the appropriate standard, those streets being, Elimbah Avenue, Bishop Parade, Kliese Street, and Harrison Lane.
The project aims to bring the road pavement to a desirable level of service and mitigate flooding within the area.
The project aims to renew the existing pavement and achieve the required level of service.
Council has awarded a $700,000 contract to carry out road safety improvements on two sections of Mount Nebo Road.
Council is undertaking road reconstruction works from Campbell Parade, along Christen Drive Beachmere.
This upgrade aims to improve road safety, cater for growing and future traffic demand and improve walking and cycling conditions.
Council is planning a new road connection between the intersections of Ardrossan Road / Male Road and Cassowary Court / Elof Road, Caboolture.
Council is currently preparing concept design drawings for a major road and footpath upgrade of Brays Road and McClintock Drive, Murrumba Downs.
This project is for upgrades to Old Gympie Road from Alma Road to Goodwin Road.
This project upgrades Old Gympie Road, Kallangur from Viney Avenue to Highet Street.
To create improvements that support road user safety and strengthen pedestrian connections to the Caboolture Train Station.
This project upgrades Youngs Crossing Road, Joyner from Oxford Street to Francis Road.
The section of Aerodrome Road between Bribie Island Road and Pipe Street, along with Lear Jet Drive intersection represents a main entry point and gateway into this commercial and industrial precinct.
The projects aims to renew stormwater assets on Benabrow Avenue and Verdoni Street as part of Council’s stormwater renewal program.
This project will establish an attractive and functional streetscape that improves pedestrian safety while revitalising amenity.
This project will establish an attractive and functional streetscape that improves pedestrian safety and revitalises pathways and amenity.
The Wahminda Cycle Link will connect Ferny Hills to the historically-significant Samford Valley Rail Trail via Samford Road and Wahminda Park.
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