DAMAGE ASSESSMENT CLOSE TO COMPLETION
Council is close to completing a full damage assessment of the local road and bridge network as part of the Scenic Rim's disaster recovery and infrastructure restoration process.
COUNCIL FORGES AHEAD WITH VIBRANCY VISION
Council is pressing ahead with the delivery of two key town centre vibrancy projects at Tamborine Mountain and Boonah. Mayor Greg Christensen has announced Council will fund the construction of both the Village Greens stages of the Main Street revitalisation on Tamborine Mountain and new Boonah town square precinct.
RECORD GRANTS AS INTEREST GROWS FOR GREEN PROJECTS
A record number of individuals and community groups will share in more than $100,000 of Council environmental grants to help preserve and enhance the Scenic Rim's green spaces and wildlife habitats.
SCENIC RIM CRACKS THE WHIP IN MOBILE MUSTER
When it comes to rounding up discarded mobile phones, Scenic Rim residents really crack the whip. Scenic Rim Regional Council was Queensland's leading regional area, per capita, in the MobileMuster phone recycling program and among the top five mobile recycling councils in the state.
STATE RECOGNISES COUNCIL'S ROLE DURING DISASTER
Council's contribution to the response and recovery efforts following Tropical Cyclone Debbie has been recognised along with the achievements of outstanding Queenslanders.
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