Happy New Year!
Council wishes all residents and visitors a wonderful 2014 in Redland City – the best place to live, play and do business.
Rethink your rubbish
Clearing out after Christmas?
Got lots of cardboard and polystyrene packaging from Christmas presents? Redland residents can recycle a wide range of items for free at Council’s mainland Waste Transfer Stations. Recyclable items include e-waste, cardboard, polystyrene, scrap metal (e.g. old bikes and scooters), whitegoods and gas bottles. For a full list, visit our website.
This is our first Christmas providing free e-waste drop-off. Let’s see how many old TV’s, computers, monitors and other computer equipment we can divert from landfill over the season.
All disposal is free for Redland residents. Remember to have your proof of residency ready at the gate.
Living with mosquitos
It’s breeding season
Take care, cover up and protect yourself from mosquitoes this summer. Follow these simple tips:
- Wear light-coloured, long, loose-fitting clothing and use insect repellent
- Reduce mosquito breeding around your home by emptying water from household items such as pot plant bases, boats, unscreened rainwater tanks, unchlorinated swimming pools, blocked roof gutters, bird baths and old tyres
- Make sure screens are in good condition
Council monitors mosquito activity throughout the Redlands all year round and conducts aerial and ground treatments whenever necessary. Mosquito spraying is safe for you and the environment.
To learn more visit our website.
School holiday activities
Bookings now open
This summer school holidays, Redland Libraries, Redland Art Gallery and Redlands IndigiScapes Centre are all hosting exciting activities to keep youngsters entertained.
From print-making art workshops to craft and wildlife activities, there is a lot happening to keep kids happy in the holidays.
All activities are free or low-cost but many require bookings. For dates, details and booking information, visit our website.
Water meter readings
Time to take down the Christmas lights. We are reading water meters in Birkdale, Thorneside, Alexandra Hills and Southern Moreton Bay, Coochiemudlo and North Stradbroke Islands this week. Please make sure our water meter readers have clear access.
Wednesday 29 January – General Meeting – 9.30am