News from the Bracken Ridge Ward

Incorporating the suburbs of Aspley, Bald Hills, Bracken Ridge, Carseldine, Fitzgibbon and Zillmere

Bus Stop Upgrades

Bus Stop Upgrades

Brisbane City Council is planning to upgrade five bus stops in the Bracken Ridge Ward over the coming weeks as part of the Bus Stop Accessibility Improvement Program, to ensure residents can access travel options that meet their needs, regardless of age, ability or...

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Beams Road Investigation Works

Beams Road Investigation Works

The below notification has been provided to residents along Beams Road on 23 February 2021 about upcoming investigation works. "Beams Road upgrade (Lacey Road to Handford Road)Night works As part of investigation works for the Beams Road upgrade, intermittent works at...

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Dorville Road, Aspley Upgrade

Dorville Road, Aspley Upgrade

I am excited to let you know that in partnering with the Federal Government, Brisbane City Council will be formalising the eastern side of Dorville road, south of Cabbage Tree Creek. This upgrade will formalise street parking, improve drainage, eliminate washouts, and...

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Mobile Office: Aspley

Mobile Office: Aspley

This Thursday (25 February) I'm holding a Mobile Office at Stellarossa Aspley in the Robinson Road Marketplace from 9.30am-11.00am. Join me for a coffee and a chat about how we can make our local area even better, or any other Council queries you may have. You can...

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Do you need a JP?

Do you need a JP?

Do you need a Justice of the Peace? As a JP I am available to assist residents where possible. Feel free to contact me to arrange a suitable time on 3667 6000.

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Mosquito Spraying

Mosquito Spraying

Brisbane City Council wishes to advise that an aerial mosquito treatment is planned for Saturday 13 February 2021 and may extend into the following day.  The aerial mosquito treatment will be undertaken by helicopters, commencing around 12:30pm, covering areas...

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Mobile Office: Bracken Ridge

Mobile Office: Bracken Ridge

Stop by for a coffee and a chat about how we can make our local area even better. You can also bring your Brisbane City Council rates notice with you as well to obtain a voucher for two free native plants (maximum of 2 per financial year). I'm also able to assist if...

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Mosquito Spraying

Mosquito Spraying

Brisbane City Council wishes to advise that an aerial mosquito treatment is planned for Sunday 31 January and will extend into Monday 1 February.  The aerial mosquito treatment will be undertaken by helicopters, commencing around 12:30pm, covering areas such...

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