14 Jan | Group Fitness Going Off
Council’s free group fitness classes are going off! So get in quick to reserve your place in a class near you and make your NYE resolution a reality.
10 Jan | Plug-in to Deception Bay history
Deception Bay’s much loved heritage trail has gone digital and just in time for the school holidays, with the launch of a new mobile-friendly platform designed to enrich the real-life experience with audio and visual of a digital kind.
09 Jan | Nominate a Queensland Great
Nominations for the 2019 Queensland Greats Awards are now open and Moreton Bay Regional Mayor Allan Sutherland wants to see a local take out the top honour.
07 Jan | Political Campaign Signage Crack-Down
Council has resolved to tighten its electoral signage laws and is calling for community feedback on the plan.
19 Dec | Upgrade to the entrance of The Mill at Moreton Bay
Upgrades to the entrance of The Mill at Moreton Bay will get underway in the new year.
13 Dec | Trichodesmium bloom in Redcliffe, Deception Bay and Beachmere
Trichodesmium blooms (also known as blue-green algae) have been detected
along the Redcliffe Peninsula in the past two weeks, extending from Woody Point
north along the peninsula to Deception Bay and Beachmere.
07 Dec | Road/drainage construction works
Council has completed urgent road and drainage works along Mount Samson Road, Samsonvale that had left the road closed to all vehicular traffic.
04 Dec | Get your kids active these school holidays
Keep the kids entertained and secure yourself some much-needed down time these school holidays with Moreton Bay Regional Council’s Active Holidays program which is jam-packed with high-energy activities for kids aged 3-17.
06 Nov | End-of-Year Closures
Council’s administration and customer service centres will close from 5.00pm Friday 21 December 2018, and re-open at 8.30am on Wednesday 2 January 2019.
05 Oct | Public Warning - Impersonator
Council is investigating complaints of people in the Morayfield area falsely purporting to be a Pool Compliance Officer employed by Council to conduct spot checks on swimming pool fencing.
03 Oct | Bin collection service update
Moreton Bay Regional Council’s waste operator Cleanaway has advised bin collection services, across the region, will be restored this week.
25 Sep | Making of interim local law
Moreton Bay Regional Council (“Council”) has, by resolution dated the 18th day of September 2018, made Moreton Bay Regional Council Interim Local Law No. 3 (Advertising Devices) 2018 (“Interim Local Law”).
21 Sep | USC Moreton Bay starts to take shape
The impressive foundation building of the University of the Sunshine Coast’s new campus at Petrie is starting to take shape.
17 Aug | Game on for Rothwell AFL precinct
Progress on the region’s newest sports destination and home of the Redcliffe Tigers is roaring ahead after Moreton Bay Regional Council today awarded a $6.5 million tender to commence the first stage of civil works on the game-changing project.
13 Aug | Moreton Bay phases out plastic straws
Australia’s third largest council, Moreton Bay Regional Council, has ditched the plastic straw.
07 Aug | Hazard Reduction Burn - Banksia Beach
Moreton Bay Regional Council will conduct a hazard reduction burn on Wednesday August 8 at Bribie Island Community Arts Centre, Sunderland Drive, in Banksia Beach, weather permitting.
07 Aug | Hazard Reduction Burn - Burpengary
Council will conduct a hazard reduction burn on Wednesday August 8 at Caboolture Region Environmental Education Centre (CREEC), Rowley Road, in Burpengary, weather permitting.
06 Aug | Moreton Bay’s 2018 EKKA holiday
Monday, August 13 will be Moreton Bay’s public holiday for the Royal Queensland Show in 2018.
06 Jul | Albany Creek Library $300K upgrade
Council will invest more than $368,000 to reinvigorate the Albany Creek Library at Ferguson Street.
06 Jul | Works begin on new $2 mill Bunya SES hub
Council has commenced construction on the new SES depot at Bunya.
05 Jul | New Cab boxing building announce a hit
Div 3 Cr Adam Hain has announced council will invest more than $320,000 to construct a new boxing hub in the heart of Centenary Lakes, Caboolture.