Use this QR code to share your thoughts and ideas on the Planning Scheme for our region
If you would like advice on how to re-energize volunteer programs and manage processes, learn about the best practices in managing and leading volunteers, and find out about intergenerational volunteering then register for the free Best Practices in Volunteer Management workshop.
In partnership with Volunteering Australia it will be held at the Pavilion Conference and Reception Centre in Gympie on Friday 19 August from 10am to 3pm. For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact the Community Development team on 1300 307 800.
Have you ever wanted to reduce your carbon footprint, live more sustainably, and learn about the technologies that can support this? Make sure to come along to EnviroTech Day on Saturday 6 August from 9am at Nelson Reserve Gympie.
There will be a range of stallholders including electric car displays, solar installers, battery powered garden care, waste management tips, water reuse technology, off-grid options, and much, much more.
Organised by the Gympie and District Sustainablity Alliance in partnership with Gympie Regional Council, Gympie and District Landcare Group, and Gympie Living magazine.
Emergent road repairs are being undertaken region-wide as applications through the Queensland Reconstructive Authority funding programs.
There are several factors affecting roads including saturated pavement therefore surface failures such as potholes are appearing even during dry weather. To ensure that any new or damaged repairs can be added to the maintenance program keep reporting any issues to Council.
Gympie Regional Council is reviewing the Planning Scheme which is a 20-25 year master plan for managing growth and change in the region. It is the go-to document for the community, the development industry, and all levels of government to help with their own planning activities.
Getting the vision right means the planning scheme will guide future development in line with community aspirations. Council is investing in community engagement to give all sectors of the community the opportunity to have a say.
Visit Council’s website or use the QR code to complete the quick poll to share what you think the region’s priorities should be and click on the map to give your thoughts and ideas for different areas of our region.
There are several ways to contact Gympie Regional Council including using the online requests portal on the website www.gympie.qld.gov.au (in the Contact Us section on the top right hand corner of the homepage), emailing email@example.com, phoning customer service on 1300 307 800, by using the Snap Send Solve app, or sending a message via messenger on the Gympie Regional Council Facebook page.