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Projects that enhance Moreton Bay region's arts and culture or preserve its heritage.
Council has a number of projects underway to protect and improve the region's coasts, waterways and environment.
Council is working to improve community venues, parks and recreation areas throughout the region.
Keep up to date on Council's road projects including intersection upgrades, road rehabilitation and streetscape improvements.
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Council is committed to working with our communities to inform decisions and projects that will guide the future of our region. Your Say Moreton Bay is the online community engagement platform where you can share your ideas and provide feedback on projects that matter to you.
Council is enhancing the recreational signage used in parks and other outdoor spaces across Moreton Bay. The new signs are designed to help you make the most of our parks and outdoor spaces.
Moreton Bay Regional Council understands pets play an important part in many people’s lives.
Residents have told Council they want better housing and neighbourhoods. To achieve this, changes need to be made to our planning rules via the Better Housing Amendment.
Council’s community consultation process to name the new city is nearing its exciting end. On 16 March 2022, Council resolved to take forward to the State Government for formalisation recommended names for the city and four other suburbs within it.
Council is developing a Regional Tourism Infrastructure Priority Project Plan to identify new or expanded tourism opportunities to support further growth in the region’s tourism industry.
Thank you to all those who provided feedback on the draft Kallangur-Dakabin Neighbourhood Planning Future Directions Report. The consultation has now closed.
Share your local knowledge about landslides in our region.
Creative Communities takes a deep dive into what makes you visit (or avoid!) our libraries, galleries, museums and creative events. We are hosting a range of free activities throughout our region and we need your help!
Have your say about arts and culture within the region.
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.
Foreshore property owners at Beachmere can manage the shoreline on their property to minimise the impacts of erosion. This can be done by building private seawalls or protecting and enhancing natural dunes.
Council has commenced water quality improvement works for Bells Creek, Clontarf.
We’re creating a Biodiversity Plan that will help identify and conserve the biodiversity values of our region. Get involved and help us get this right!
Council is undertaking dredging maintenance works at the Bribie Gardens entrance channel.
City of Moreton Bay will be implementing asbestos remediation works within Buckleys Hole Conservation Park and adjacent road reserve of The Boulevard, Bongaree.
Council has commenced a long-term project to restore Cabbage Tree Creek.
Good planning can help us accommodate growth while maintaining existing community character. Help us get the planning right for taller buildings in our coastal areas.
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.
Council is upgrading coastal protection structures around Crockatt Park, Woody Point.
Council purchased the land at 1077 Bribie Island Road Ningi to use as a site for the storage and treatment of dredged material.
Council will be commencing a two-stage approach to improvement works for the Humpybong Creek system. The works aim to improve water quality and biodiversity and include new low-maintenance landscaped parklands.
Council is embarking on a new project to reduce wildlife-vehicle collisions involving kangaroos and wallabies on Bribie Island.
Council is planning to upgrade a segment of existing coastal seawall at Queens Beach South, Redcliffe.
Moreton Bay Regional Council will be undertaking construction work at Main Street, Samford Village in the coming weeks.
Council proposes to replace the existing concrete drain with a naturalised constructed waterway. The constructed waterway will consist of a rocky and vegetated low flow channel surrounded by a broader vegetated floodplain.
Council is trialling an innovative sand back-passing system to help manage erosion along Woorim Beach.
Help inform planning for adult change facilities in the Moreton Bay region.
Renewal works are being undertaken on the swimming pool complex of the Albany Creek Leisure Centre
Council is planning a major upgrade to parks and facilities at Sylvan Beach, Bellara.
Council is seeking feedback from the community on the preliminary concept plan for the upgrade of Brennan Park, Bongaree.
Council will be undertaking construction works at Brennan Park, Bongaree.
Council is developing a master plan for CREEC to ensure a more strategic approach to ensuring the site delivers to the needs of those who visit.
Centenary Lakes is one of the jewels of Moreton Bay.
Council is proposing to upgrade Frank Nichols Reserve in Warner. The park upgrades are intended to include new senior play elements, a new shelter, picnic facilities, water bubbler, planting, shade trees, and a range of new nature play elements.
Council is reviewing feedback from the community on the dirt jumps in H.T. Ireland Reserve as they currently exist.
Council is proposing to upgrade Haithi Park in Kallangur. The park upgrades are intended to include a small local level playground, an access path, park seating and planting to enhance this small park.
Council is proposing to build a new shared pathway and playground at Harry Evans Park in Arana Hills between Dinterra Avenue and Jane Street.
Council has prepared a Heritage Master Plan for heritage listed Wyllie Park in Petrie.
Council is working with the community to create a shared vision on a new project that aims to breathe new life and opportunities into the heart of the Hills District.
The objective of the project is to provide a facility which can accommodate use by a number of local community groups.
Council is planning improvements to Lindsay Road Sports Ground at Morayfield.
Council has now completed the preliminary design phase of the Max Morton Park - Plucks Road to Minto Crescent Pathway project in Arana Hills.
Council is planning to upgrade Mazlin Park in Beachmere before the end of 2022. The aim of the project is to provide a vibrant, accessible and appealing recreational space.
Council is pleased to confirm an area of parkland located on Lot 901 on SL10762 at 29 Augustins Crescent, Petrie, will now be known as Joan Stephenson Park.
Council is seeking feedback from the community on the preliminary concept plan for a new district level park facility at Bray Park.
The project scope comprises construction of a new BMX facility to create a home for the Pine Rivers BMX Club from their existing facility at England Park, Brendale.
The City of Moreton Bay has commenced construction for O’Mara Road pedestrian and cycle bridge and shared pathway.
Council is constructing a new clubhouse at Petersen Road Sports ground.
Have your say on the Queens Beach North dog off leash area trial arrangements.
Help us shape the new playground coming to Griffin!
City of Moreton Bay is developing a master plan for Rob Akers Reserve.
Council will be carrying out construction works for a shared pathway and bridge at Ron Thomason Park, Lawnton.
Council is planning for the future of the Glasshouse Precinct within the Samford Parklands.
Samford Village is a busy place and getting busier. Council has heard your concerns about car parking in and around Main Street and is developing plans to address the issue.
Council is delivering a new Village Green in the heart of the Samford Parklands.
Council are currently planning and delivering future upgrades at several of our skate parks across the region.
Works will aim to make the Alma and Marsden Roads intersection in Dakabin safer, and support greater traffic.
Council is upgrading the intersection of Boardman Road and Klingner Road in Kippa-Ring to improve road safety and reduce traffic delays.
This project is aimed at rehabilitating the road, paving and enhancing Bongaree’s friendly, welcoming seaside character through streetscape enhancements.
Council is starting construction of a new Council depot, which will include a signalised intersection and pavement rehabilitation to Boundary Road, Narangba.
Completed project to repair the collapsed retaining wall to the pedestrian underpass at the eastern end of the Bribie Island Bridge.
Council has identified the need to upgrade Buchanan Road, to improve safety and accommodate the region's projected growth.
Council are planning active transport improvements adjacent to Cabbage Tree Creek in Everton Hills.
Council is planning to upgrade Caboolture River Road between Grant and Morayfield Roads to cater to future traffic demands.
Have your say on the design of streetscape improvements for Elliott Street, Caboolture.
This project will connect a new pathway with the existing path at Morayfield Road, along the southern side of Esme Avenue. It will also provide an opportunity for the local community to spend time in the vicinity and take in the views across the Caboolture River through the provision of new viewing platforms with tables and shelters.
Council will be undertaking works to permanently reconstruct the road to a safe and useable condition. Reconstruction works will involve bulk earthworks to stabilise the bank and restore the road.
Council will upgrade the intersection of Ferny Way and Gordon Road, Ferny Hills to a traffic signalised intersection.
Council has allocated $12.9 million over two financial years (2020/21 and 2021/22) for the upgrade of Henry Road and Dohles Rocks Road, Griffin. This amount includes an Australian Government contribution of $4 million.
Options to improve the operation and safety of South Pine Road between Plucks Road and Dawson Parade, Arana Hills.
Council welcomes community feedback on the MacDonnell Road and Victoria Avenue - Intersection Upgrade concept plan.
City of Moreton Bay is in the engineering design stage for two major road projects.
Council has identified the need to upgrade Nathan Road from Lakeview Promenade to Pegasus Street, to improve safety for all road users
Council is proposing to upgrade the intersection of Young Road/Oakey Flat Road/Sovereign Drive in Narangba from a roundabout to a signalised intersection to improve safety and efficiency.
This project is for upgrades to Old Gympie Road between Anzac Avenue and Boundary Road.
Council is planning to upgrade O’Mara Road in Narangba to improve conditions for all road users and cater for growing and future traffic demands.
Council is planning changes to better manage street parking.
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.
Council has completed the planning and design of the Plucks Road, Caesar Road and Hutton Road intersection upgrade, with construction to start in 2023. The upgrade aims to provide greater traffic capacity, and an all-round safer intersection for all road users including cyclists and pedestrians.
Council is planning two projects on Pumicestone Road in Caboolture to improve safety for all road users, improve traffic operations and complete a missing link in the active transport network.
Project widening concrete pathway, new kerb ramps and other crossing improvements, street tree planting, and wayfinding signage
Have your say on plans to upgrade the intersection of Sparkes Road, Ellis Street and Francis Road, Lawnton
This project includes widening the concrete pathway, new kerb ramps and other crossing improvements, street tree planting, and bicycle awareness zone markings.
This project will establish an attractive and functional streetscape that improves pedestrian safety and revitalises pathways and amenity.
Over the last few months, Council has been busy gathering your ideas for the planned streetscape revitalisation.
Have your say on the intersection upgrade concept plan for Torrens Road and River Drive, Caboolture.
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