Building and encouraging safe, harmonious communities that have access to high quality council services, healthy lifestyle options and a broad range of creative and cultural opportunities is all part of council’s day-to-day operations.
Pets are a wonderful addition to any family, however it is important to understand your responsibilities as a pet owner.
One of council’s key aims is for local communities to take pride in being
part of the Moreton Bay Region.
The Community Directory provides an opportunity for community service providers and organisations to promote a wide range of services, ensuring a comprehensive platform for community engagement between residents, community groups and providers.
Council has many halls and community centres throughout the region which are available for hire.
How to be prepared for a disaster. Emergency contact numbers, evacuation centres and where to get sandbags.
View flood maps for your area, download a Flood Check Property Report or view flood studies and publications.
There are a number of funding options available to organisations through your local Council as well as the state and federal governments.
Tips for a safe holiday, beach patrols, immunisation, mosquito control, contaminated food, neighbourhood watch, road safety and emergency contact numbers.
Search the Moreton Bay Regional Library catalogue, locate your local library branch and find out what's on at the library.
You can now view park upgrades, road works and recently lodged development applications happening near you with Moreton Explorer: My Street.
Council offers a range of services over the internet - pay your accounts; lodge applications; download and submit tenders; renew library books; business permits, licences, approvals, etc.
A collection of information particularly for home and property owners.
Moreton Bay Regional Council issues quarterly rate notices.
Covers roadside infrastructure and bus shelters, roadworks, street lighting, parking and restrictions.
Tree roots can cause significant damage to sewers and drains. Property owners must consider the growth habits of trees before planting.
Council has a very active volunteer program that operates across 21 different program areas, attracting over 1870 volunteers to assist Council with its community programs and services.
Only general non-hazardous domestic waste can be placed in a waste bin.
Unitywater is the water distribution and retail business serving Moreton Bay, Sunshine Coast and Noosa communities.