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Speed awareness campaign puts brakes on Brisbane drivers
05 April, 2018 Brisbane City Council data released today reveals that more than 100 speed awareness signs, located in speeding hotspots across the suburbs, were putting the brakes on Brisbane drivers. Lord Mayor Graham Quirk said that motorists were slowing down in response to Council’s “Slow for SAM&... Read more
Council continues push to stamp out graffiti vandalism
02 March, 2018 Lord Mayor Graham Quirk is today calling on residents to be Brisbane’s eyes in the suburbs as Council continues its campaign to crack down on graffiti vandalism across the city. Launching this year’s Taskforce Against Graffiti campaign today, Lord Mayor Graham Quirk said graffiti vandal... Read more
Council calls for safer driving at schools for Term 4
20 October, 2015 Brisbane City Council is calling on parents to stop parking illegally during school drop-off and pick-ups, as it ramps up enforcement at 23 Brisbane schools for Term Four. During the year we have been working closely with Brisbane schools to reduce congestion, stop illegal parking and improve saf... Read more
Council enhances safety for children travelling to school
30 March, 2015 Councillor for Walter Taylor Ward, Julian Simmonds has announced an enhancement project to improve pedestrian safety at Clarence Road, Indooroopilly. Cr Simmonds said the project would be constructed this financial year and increase safety for school students and local pedestrians through the insta... Read more
Parking changes - Thiesfield and Cubberla Streets, Fig Tree Pocket
17 February, 2015 I am please to advised that following consultation, I have approved the following works to take place this financial year: Building in of the kerb along the school side of Thiesfield Street, from the intersection of Cubberla Street through to the property boundary of 74 Thiesfield Street. It ... Read more
Timely reminder for residents to 'check their decks'
07 November, 2014 With the festive season fast approaching, Council is calling on residents to ‘check their deck’ to ensure the structural safety of timber decks and balconies, stairs, balustrades and handrails. Neighbourhood Planning and Development Assessment Chairman Councillor Amanda Cooper... Read more
Storm ravaged suburbs lead charge for warning service
29 October, 2013 Lord Mayor Graham Quirk is encouraging people to sign up to Council’s Early Warning Alert service with residents from The Gap and Forest Lake leading the charge in registrations. Cr Quirk said the take-up rate among these suburbs wasn’t surprising given past experiences with severe we... Read more
Residents encouraged to sign up for storm alert service
18 September, 2013 Lord Mayor Graham Quirk is encouraging residents to sign up to Council’s free Early Warning Alert Service as the first major storms of spring and summer arrive. The alerts allow residents to be contacted by SMS, email or recorded telephone message when a severe weather event is forecast, al... Read more
29 August, 2013 Lord Mayor Graham Quirk is today launching the 2013 ‘prepare for summer storm season’ campaign; inspecting Council’s latest resources to help residents prepare for seasonal hazards. The Lord Mayor toured the new SES depot current... Read more
Lord Mayor unveils anti-graffiti campaign
29 March, 2011 Lord Mayor Campbell Newman today unveiled a new anti-graffiti campaign, calling on residents and visitors to help tackle graffiti by being the eyes and ears of Brisbane.  Cr Newman and Crime Stoppers Queensland launched the ‘Tag Them Back’ anti-graffiti campaign at Brisbane City ... Read more
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