27 August: Sporting and recreational groups that play a key role in Scenic Rim communities and contribute to the health and well-being of residents are among those to share in more than $58,000 of Council grants.
27 August: A refreshed organisational structure and re-focus for Scenic Rim Regional Council will foster renewed leadership and accountability, promoting an efficient, productive and team-focused workforce and improved support for the Scenic Rim community.
3 August: In a first for Scenic Rim Regional Council, smart technology and closed circuit television cameras are being deployed to provide a clearer picture of the condition of some 30 kilometres of underground stormwater drainage pipes.
27 July: Council's Cultural Services team is hitting the road in August to meet artists, young creatives and community members with a view on how they see the development of the Scenic Rim's cultural landscape, in a project offering a new perspective of the region's creative future.
23 July: Scenic Rim Regional Council has called on the Queensland Government to introduce annual land valuations in the Scenic Rim in the wake of community concern caused by 2018's valuations which were the first in three years.
25 June: Scenic Rim Regional Council has opted to join neighbouring councils across the New South Wales border as an associate member of an organisation focused on improving regional infrastructure and economic outcomes.
22 June: Scenic Rim residents are being invited to help shape the future of a key sporting and recreational space by having their say on the development of a Master Plan for the Spring Creek Precinct in Beaudesert.