Ipswich Council news


Chat Time with Councillors

Ipswich is a community built on pride and establishes itself as a city of solutions – one that involves and engages its residents.

Chat Time provides the opportunity for residents of Ipswich to meet with your Mayor Paul Pisasale and Councillors in an informal setting to discuss your vision and ideas for Ipswich.

Working in a collaborative partnership with your local councillors ensures that Ipswich will continue to develop into a place you are proud to call home.

The next Chat Time session will be held on Saturday, 18 February
9.00 am – 11.00 am in the Division 10 Electorate Office
Shop 5 and 6 Rosewood Plaza
22 John Street, Rosewood.

Residents of Divison 10 are especially invited to this Chat Time session, as Mayor Paul Pisasale and Councillor David Pahlke will be available.

Want to know when your local councillor will be hosting a Chat Time? Be sure to visit the Council website at www.ipswich.qld.gov.au for a list of Chat Time sessions.

Learn to skate, mate!

Ipswich City Council in conjunction with the Australian Skateboarding Community Initiative (ASCI) are hosting free Learn 2 Skateboard workshops, suitable for absolute beginners right through to those looking to learn a few new tricks. Skateboards and helmets are provided, and sessions are FREE! These sessions are the perfect opportunity to get outside with the kids whilst learning new skills and having fun – a great introduction to skateparks and skateboarding.

Sessions run 9:00am -11:00am at the following locations.

– Bob Gibbs Skate Park, Springfield 12 and 19 February.
– Redbank Recreation Reserve, Redbank 26 February.
– Maculata Family Park (Hayden Park), Riverview 5 March.
– Goupong Park, Collingwood Park 12 March.
– Leslie Park, Goodna 19 March.
– Sutton Park, Brassall 27 March.