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Redlands Coast sandbagging stations open


Sandbagging stations are open again today at the following times and locations: đź“Ť Council Depot Cleveland – 199-205 South St. 7am to 6pm today. Open 24/7 and BYO shovel đź“Ť Council Depot Dunwich – 11-37 Mitchell Cres, Dunwich, North Stradbroke Island. đź“Ť Council Depot Russell Island – 6 Cambridge Rd. đź“Ť Council Depot Macleay Island  Continue reading…

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Council workshops to help upskill community organisations


Redland City Council is inviting volunteer committee and board members of Redlands Coast community groups, and any locals interested in volunteering in a leadership role, to attend a free training program in March 2022. The training program will be delivered through a series of workshops across the city, covering topics that include governing a community  Continue reading…

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Recycling bin collection temporarily suspended


Redland City Council’s rubbish collection contractor JJ’s Waste and Recycling cannot empty yellow-lidded recycling bins today and possibly tomorrow, as there is currently no access to the Visy recycling facility due to the flood situation. All other waste collections, however, will proceed as usual. Council will provide an update on the resumption of recycling services  Continue reading…

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Opportunities to test your ideas for Birkdale Community Precinct


The next big idea that could help shape the future of Birkdale Community Precinct might just be yours. Schools, youth groups and the community are invited to apply for Redland City Council’s new Birkdale Community Partnerships Program to help bring their ideas to life within the emerging precinct along Old Cleveland Road East at Birkdale. Mayor Karen Williams said seed funding would be available  Continue reading…

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Willards Farm recommended for State heritage register


One of Redlands Coast’s oldest surviving farms and residences which was saved by Redland City Council in 2016 from being demolished and subdivided into housing has been recommended for entry into the Queensland Heritage Register. Willards Farm, built during the periods of the 1860s to 1910s, was bought by Council in March 2016 and entered  Continue reading…

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Redlands Coast to form a 2032 Legacy Working Group


Redland City Council will assemble a working group of community leaders to ensure the Brisbane 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games deliver lasting legacies for the city. Mayor Karen Williams – who will chair the Redlands Coast 2032 Legacy Working Group – said it would empower the community to set the direction for future legacy opportunities  Continue reading…

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Council temporary program and service changes due to COVID-19 impacts


Our employees are part of the community – many living locally on Redlands Coast – and are committed to continuing to service the community through this challenging time. However, just like the rest of the community, some of our people have been diagnosed as positive to COVID-19 and are absent from work, while others are  Continue reading…

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