Overview

Redland City Council is an Australian state-owned government body that is responsible for setting the strategic direction for Redland, located in South East Queensland. This encompasses the Moreton Bay Islands, North Stradbroke Island, the mainland coastal foreshore and rural hinterland areas. The council employs approximately 1,000 people and is administered from its head office in Cleveland, Queensland. 

The Redland City Council is made up of 10 divisions, each with its own divisional councillor. Redland City Council encompasses an area of 537 square kilometres with a population of 151,987 residents. The council provides a wide range of services within the following areas:

  • Animals and pets
  • Rates, fees and infringements
  • Planning, building and development
  • Business and investment
  • Libraries
  • Water supply and sewage
  • Parks, venues and facilities
  • Roads and marine
  • Community, safety and health
  • Environment and sustainability 
  • Grants and sponsorship
  • Arts and culture
  • Waste and recycling

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