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PRIVACY STATEMENT
You are invited to Have Your Say on any items listed on this page but please be advised by doing so, you authorise Gladstone Regional Council, its staff and authorised consultants and contractors to use the information for the purpose as outlined or implied. Your personal details or any information that reveals your identity will not be given to external sources. Your comments, however, may be used in the compilation of reports for which you provided the information.

Renaming of Stirling Park, Boyne Island. Renaming of Stirling Park, Boyne Island.

The Gladstone Region community is being encouraged to have their say on the proposed name change for Stirling Park, Boyne Island before Monday, July 11.

The request was put forward by the Boyne Tannum sub-branch of the Returned Services League of Australia (RSL) to change the park name to Memorial Park, ANZAC Park or Boyne Island Memorial Park.

Stirling Park was named in honour of Lieutenant Stirling who was the master of HMS Mermaid that sailed to Port Curtis with John Oxley's expedition of 1832.

Residents obtain a hardcopy survey from Council administration centres in Gladstone, Mount Larcom, Calliope and Miriam Vale as well as the Boyne Tannum Community Centre.

Residents can send their completed hard copy surveys to Gladstone Regional Council, Parks and Conservation Administration Division, PO Box 29, Gladstone QLD 4680.

For those residents wishing to speak to a Council representative about the proposed name change, an onsite meeting will be held on June 30 at 3.30pm. Stirling Park is located on Malpas Street, Boyne Island.

Click here to fill out the short online survey.

Mandatory Animal Desexing and Other Animal Management Matters Mandatory Animal Desexing and Other Animal Management Matters

Gladstone Regional Council is encouraging residents to have their say on mandatory animal desexing and other animal management matters. 

Animal overpopulation is a nationwide issue, resulting in many cats and dogs being dumped on the street, taken to shelters or impounded. 

The community has four weeks to outline their thoughts onb the issue via a short online survey. Alternatively, a hard copy survey can be obtained from any Council administration office.

Residents can send their completed hard copy surveys to Gladstone Regional Council, Regulatory Services Division, PO Box 29, Gladstone QLD 4680.

To fill out the survey click here

Memorial Park Pumptrack Memorial Park Pumptrack

Would you like to see a pump track at Memorial Park, Gladstone in the new financial year?

Gladstone Region residents can have their say on the proposed pump track facility until Monday, July 11.

A pump track is a small, looping trail system that users can ride continuously without pedalling.

A user's speed along the pump track is dependent on their ability to gain momentum by 'pumping' the tight terrain transitions of the track.

Residents obtain a hardcopy survey from Council administration centres in Gladstone, Mount Larcom, Calliope and Miriam Vale as well as the Boyne Tannum Community Centre.

Residents can send their completed hard copy surveys to Gladstone Regional Council, Parks and Conservation Administration Division, PO Box 29, Gladstone QLD 4680.

To view the concept designs click here.

To fill out the short 60 second survey click here.

 

 

Jumpstart Our City Heart draft strategy Jumpstart Our City Heart draft strategy

The people of Gladstone have helped shape the development of the Jumpstart Our City Heart draft strategy. This strategy is a culmination of the community's ideas for a vibrant, revitalised Gladstone city centre that truly belongs to them.

But, our work with the community is not yet over. We invite your feedback on the strategy to ensure it delivers the wants and needs of CBD residents, visitors, workers and businesses.

Will this strategy give you a city heart where you want to live, play, shop and work? View the document and have your say by 10:30am on Monday, August 1.