A Moreton Bay membership allows you to sign up for the following services:
- Business Directory
- Cultural Directory
- Local Authors
Moreton Bay Regional Council’s eServices can be used for a range of online interactions with Council.
Public users (not signed in):
- Lodge a customer request
- Make a payment on rates, animals, infringements, licenses, debtors, applications and hall & park bookings accounts.
- Submit a range of applications, bookings, searches, customer services requests, new animal registrations and other online forms.
Register as an individual or company/organisation.
More information about eServices.
Search our database for historical records - Council operates 8 cemeteries and 1 memorial garden.
View, download and lodge Council tenders online in a secure environment.
This service provides suppliers with better access to information about Council's business opportunities.
Information and requirements relating to permits, licences, approvals and registrations for environmentally relevant activities, food premises, personal appearance services, accommodation, advertising signs, caravan parks & camping grounds, commercial swimming pools, entertainment venues & events, filming, footpath dining, roadside vending and business licenses.
PD Online provides customers with the ability to track the progress of development applications from lodgement through to determination. This online tool enables you to search, view and print property information, mapping and the relevant Town Planning Schemes. Select the appropriate district to view provisions and assessment categories for selected uses on a property.
The use of the electronic lodgement and fee payment portal is to lodge initial (new) development applications and operational works applications under the Moreton Bay Regional Council Planning Scheme.
Search for local businesses or register your business on the free online business directory.
Search for community organisations, sport and recreation groups, child care centres, service clubs and arts and cultural groups.
Council offers free planning advice services for general and technical enquiries, and for prospective applicants to discuss a proposal prior to lodging a formal development application.