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Council has proposed 3 potential designs to improve safety for all road users at the intersection of Lutwyche Road and Harris Street in Windsor. Have your say on your design preference by 1 September.

There will be changed traffic conditions for outbound traffic on Moggill Road Indooroopilly from Sunday July 14. Read our community service announcement for more information.

The Peaks to Points Festival, running from 20 July to 4 August, aims to provide a forum for community groups and businesses on the south side of the Brisbane River to collaborate in community events and issues. See the program.

Anywhere Festivals is back in Brisbane, allowing performance makers to create works anywhere, engaging audiences in storytelling, and discovering local venues. See the program.

Planned burns on Council land are used to maintain the health of forests and lessen the impact of wild fires. Find out more.

Council has reached an agreement with the State Government to better fund Brisbane’s bus network and keep our city moving. Find out more

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A better deal for Brisbane buses

Create memories in Brisbane's new backyard - Victoria Park

Lord Mayor's Photographic Awards - People's Choice voting

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8 Olympic sports to try in Brisbane

Be inspired by our Paris 2024 Olympic and Paralympic athletes and join in Council's free and affordable Active and Healthy activities.

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Kerbside large item collection service

Council's kerbside large item collection service helps residents dispose of large household items.

Brisbane Portrait Prize

The 2024 finalists for the Brisbane Portrait Prize have been revealed! The prize showcases artists and the unique character of our city. 

Image credit: Crop of Dylan Mooney's artwork 'Still Thriving'. 

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Bushfire and fire truck

Be prepared for bushfire

Brisbane 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games

Brisbane 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games Host. Queensland

Brisbane City Council acknowledges this Country and its Traditional Custodians. We pay our respects to the Elders, those who have passed into the dreaming; those here today; those of tomorrow.