Council has made a great move forward to let you know about and be prepared for disaster events! Council’s Disaster Management team have developed The Disaster Dashboard to provide the City of Logan community with a useful information tool to assist in preparation for, during and after a disaster event in our City. It has been
Published: 22 September 2014 Logan City Council Deputy CEO Oliver Simon, Logan City Councillor Don Petersen, City of Stirling Mayor Giovanni Italiano, Director-General, Department of Local Government and Communities, Jennifer Mathews, and Logan Together Working Group Chair Matthew Cox. Logan City is continuing to attract national attention for the new and innovative ways our
The City of Logan has become the home of football in Queensland, with the state’s only A-League team, three-time premiership winning Brisbane Roar and the state’s football zone, Football Brisbane, now calling the city home. Both groups will move to facilities at Logan Metro Sports Park, in Heritage Park; with the Brisbane Roar set to
1 February 2016 Don welcomes funding for Chardon Bridge Council welcomes the announcement of $1.6 million in federal funding to assist with the replacement of the Chardon Bridge at Cedar Creek. As Roads and Water Infrastructure Committee Chairperson and Division 4 Councillor, I am ecstatic that one of our problem bridges will finally be replaced.
Scenic Rim Regional Council Mayor John Brent (left) with Roads and Water Infrastructure Committee Chair Cr Don Petersen (Division 4) inspecting the bridge prior to its completion. Traffic is now flowing across the new Edward O’Neill bridge on Kilmoylar Road Undullah after the structure officially opened today, Friday 27 February, 2015. The new two-lane concrete
Logan City Council Water Infrastructure Manager Tony Goodhew and Roads and Water Committee Chairperson, Councillor Don Petersen, with the award. A nine-year program that has saved the equivalent of an Olympic swimming pool full of water every day in Logan’s water network has received a Local Government Managers Australia (Qld) Award for Excellence. Logan City
Councillor Phil Pidgeon (Division 9), Councillor Cherie Dalley (Division 8) and Roads and Water Infrastructure Committee Chairperson, Councillor Don Petersen at the intersection of Chambers Flat Rd and Park Ridge Rd. The largest road project in Logan City Council’s history is underway, with $18 million being invested to upgrade Chambers Flat Rd from Park Ridge
Logan residents will be taught how to build effective sandbag walls to minimise the damage posed by rising floodwaters – or redirect water flows if their property is affected by run off – following downpours. State Emergency Services volunteers will provide free sandbagging demonstrations at Bunnings Underwood and Browns Plains on 23 and 24 January.