Delivering Brisbane's vision
Brisbane Vision 2031 is Brisbane City Council's long-term community plan for our city. It details our aspirations and outlines targets for Brisbane in 2031.
Our vision is:
Brisbane will continue to be a safe, vibrant, green and prosperous city. A city valued by all for its friendly, energetic and optimistic character and subtropical outdoor lifestyle. Brisbane will be respected for its strong international relationships, particularly with our Asian neighbours, for its boundless innovation and growing economic prosperity.
Council is working hard to plan and deliver services and projects that help make Brisbane a great place to live and do business and that meet our aspirations for the city. Use this page to find information on recent awards, programs and projects that are helping Brisbane achieve its vision.
Want more detail on how we're delivering Brisbane's projects? Find out how we're getting on with the job every day and planning for our future by delivering roads, bikeways and pathways and other projects. You might also like to check out the awards Council received in 2016.
18 primary schools will join the Active School Travel program in 2017. This award-winning program promotes road safety and active travel.
Council's Chillout program offers free or low-cost recreation school holiday activities for young people from 10-17 years of age.
Brisbane residents have embraced the new community composting hubs at The Gap, Bowen Hills, Nundah and Kelvin Grove community gardens.
Council recently hosted two Street Meet events for residents in Brisbane's west to help them prepare their homes and families for severe weather.
In October, Brisbane's newest home for innovation, The Capital, opened its doors in Brisbane's Central Business District to support local startups.
Brisbane Innovate brought government, business and industry experts together to discuss the delivery of innovative solutions for our city.
Brisbane fashion designers came together in November to celebrate National Recycling Week at the Recreate Twilight Market and Paper Fashion Parade.
Council is working to establish a well-connected network of bushland areas, including incorporation of wildlife-friendly crossings in road design.