Your City Your Say is Council's free community consultation program that allows you to have a say on things that affect your community. By signing up to Your City Your Say, you can expect to receive regular updates about Council projects and programs, including invitations to have your say via surveys, workshops or discussion forums – both online and face-to-face.

Montague Road transport study

Council is inviting you to have your say as part of the Montague Road transport study. Complete the online survey by 11.59pm  on Sunday 10 December 2023.

Better Suburbs - Places and Spaces - Ryans Road, Nundah

Council is inviting you to have your say on the revitalisation of the neighbourhood precinct at the corner of Ryans Road and Robinson Road, Nundah. Complete the online survey by 11.59pm Sunday 10 December 2023.

Brighton Foreshore Parkland

Brighton Foreshore concept plan project

Council has now released the Brighton Foreshore draft concept plan and invites the community to provide feedback. Have your say via an online survey until 11.59pm on Sunday 17 December.

Headfort Street Park project

Council has released the proposed site map for the new Headfort Street Park. Have your say by completing an online survey by 11.59pm on Sunday 17 December 2023.

Towards Zero Waste strategy

Council has released the Towards Zero Waste strategy and invites the community to provide feedback. Have your say on the strategy by completing an online survey until 11.59pm on Saturday 23 December 2023.

Aerial view of Mt Coot-tha Quary with the Brisbane City skyline seen in the distance

Quarries visioning project

Council would like to hear your ideas to help shape a vision for the future the Mt Coot-tha and Pine Mountain quarries as future world-class destinations. Let us know your thoughts by June 2024.


Community consultations

Community engagement has benefits for you as a resident as well as Brisbane City Council.

It allows Council to access wider sources of information, points of view and potential solutions. It also gives residents a better understanding of the issues behind the decision making process and the related constraints or opportunities that exist. 

You can provide feedback direct to Council on the following:

  • what’s important to you 
  • how you feel about the big issues facing Brisbane 
  • your thoughts on growth and change occurring in your neighbourhood and across the city 
  • how you feel about specific plans and projects that Council has in mind 
  • the services that you want in your community 
  • how Council’s existing programs and services are doing, and where Council can improve.
Last updated: 4 December 2023

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