Contribute your ideas, submit feedback or share your views on the following projects.
Flick the 'swich 2020
Remondis Waste to Energy Facility Proposal
Transparency and Integrity Hub
Waste & Circular Economy
Keep in touch. The consultation period may have closed, but there is more information to come on these projects.
Name your places & spaces
Help us name the places and spaces in your new city centre.
Reducing our waste
The average Ipswich household creates 1 tonne of landfill per year. Lets reduce that by 2025
What does sustainability mean to you and the City of Ipswich?
City of Ipswich Parking Pricing Strategy
We are trialling two options in the CBD. Check out the details and feel free to comment
Recreational Walking & Cycling
Planning, delivery and promotion of quality facilities and programs for recreational walking and cycling in Ipswich.
Draft Aquatic Facilities Action Plan
Have your say in the future of swim centres and water playgrounds in Ipswich.
Draft Natural Environment Policy
Be involved in setting our city's overarching direction for the environment
Facade Improvement Program
See the transformations happening to the facades in Ipswich Central.
Active Ipswich Strategy 2021 - 2031
Shaping the direction of sport, recreation and physical activity in Ipswich
Ipswich Children's Voices
Join the live panel discussion led by children questioning community leaders and service providers about building a stronger community for children and young people.
Queens Park Centre Upgrade
We need your inspiration and ideas for a new-look Queens Park Environmental Education Centre.
Managing Future Floods
Your perspective is needed to help shape the City’s preparation for future floods
Council is looking to build and strengthen its community now and in the coming years. Join the conversation now.
E-Scooters in Ipswich
As part of the iGO Intelligent Transport Systems Strategy, Council has identified electric scooter (e-scooters) as an area of investigation.
Sutton Park Skate Facility Upgrade
Have your say on the new facility - the initial concept is now released!
Skate & Active Recreation
Have your say on the Redbank Plains Recreation Reserve Concept. The initial design is now released!
Small Creek Transformation
Community-led design is shaping stages 3 and 4 of this creek naturalisation project
Coronavirus – Covid19
We encourage Ipswich residents and visitors to keep themselves up to date
North Ipswich Reserve Sports & Recreational Precinct
A multi-use rectangular stadium within a sports and entertainment precinct at the current North Ipswich Reserve would be a catalyst for investment in Ipswich.
Cooneana Heritage Centre Master Plan
How do you see the future of the Cooneana Heritage Centre? What would you like the site to be?
New Ipswich Planning Scheme
In response to the continuing unprecedented growth in South East Queensland
Take a look at reports and/or outcomes on projects that are now finalised.
Ipswich Hail Events October 2020
Stay informed and be ready for severe weather events in Ipswich
Nicholas Street Precinct - Bringing you back
What would you like to see in your new Nicholas Street Precinct in 2021?
Redbank Plains Community Centre
Celebrating two years since opening. The Centre and Council are keen to hear your feedback.
Ipswich and the Arts
The Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF) priorities were set in 2019. We're checking they still reflect the needs of our community in light of COVID-19.
We want to hear from business owners and operators.
Local Laws Under Review
New local laws were introduced in 2013 and council recently reviewed those laws to ensure they remain relevant and contemporary.
Draft Land Management Plan - an opportunity to plan the use and development of the park
Library Strategy Review
Moving to integrate libraries and council customer services - a customer-focused approach to service delivery.
Community Pulse Check
A lot has changed over the last 12 months, and we're keen to know what you think.
Divisional Boundary Review
Your opportunity to help shape your future council
Children, Youth & Families
Join the discussion about what makes Ipswich a child, youth and family friendly city.