Scenic Rim Regional Council's delivery of works to restore essential infrastructure and the impacts of seven disaster events since 2019 were detailed in an update tabled at today's Ordinary Meeting.
Community feedback has identified opportunities for Scenic Rim Regional Council's continued improvement in engaging with its customers.
Scenic Rim's membership of a South East Queensland-wide alliance working to respond to the challenges of climate change has been endorsed by Council.
Major progress continues to be made in Scenic Rim Regional Council's collection of disaster-related vegetation at Tamborine and Tamborine Mountain following the severe Christmas-New Year storms.
Scenic Rim Regional Council has completed significant works at the heritage-listed Lahey's Canungra Tramway Tunnel with more scheduled in coming months.
Scenic Rim Regional Council is drawing on the creative community for designs for a public artwork to adorn a local landmark and add colour to Kalbar.
As the clean-up from the Christmas-New Year storms continues, Council is set to begin the mammoth task of collecting disaster-related vegetation impacting residents at Tamborine and Tamborine Mountain
Thirty-one Scenic Rim residents from 17 nations were welcomed at a special Australia Day citizenship ceremony at The Centre Beaudesert on the 75th anniversary of Australian citizenship.
The contribution of women of all ages from across the Scenic Rim was celebrated at the region's Australia Day awards.
A 10-year roadmap and a three-year action plan have been adopted by Scenic Rim Regional Council to meet its challenges of climate change at the local level.
Scenic Rim property owners severely impacted by the recent Christmas Night storms or subsequent flooding are able to apply for financial relief to defer their upcoming rates payment.
Scenic Rim Regional Council is continuing to hone its infrastructure investment planning to meet the needs of the region's continuing growth.
Scenic Rim Regional Council will begin collecting disaster vegetation from kerbsides in the region’s north-east from Monday 29 January 2024, weather permitting.
See textiles from a new perspective and explore the wonderful world of upcycling in which everything old is new again at Scenic Rim Regional Council's first exhibition of 2024.
Scenic Rim Regional Council has partnered with Container Exchange to launch a new pilot project aimed at boosting container recycling in the region.