Council Public Notices
Food Tales (1400 KB)
Food Tales In Quilpie (353 KB)
Two Handed Cutting nomination form (137 KB)
NRCA Waiver (387 KB)
Quilpie Shire Community Survey
Following the Survey sent out late in 2012 to gather information on various areas of operations and services, results of this survey are now available.
Council thanks you for your feedback and the information received will be utilised in future decisions.
Survey Results (306 KB)
Economic Development Strategy
A draft Economic Development Strategy is now available for comments and feedback from the Community.
Over the past few months Councillors, staff, community members and economic development specialists have been working on this document to have some clear plans for the economic future of our shire.
Please have a read and all comments and feedback received will be reviewed as this is a “draft” document. Comments would need to be returned by Monday 29th April, 2013
Economic Development Strategy (3621 KB)
Biggest Morning Tea (124 KB)
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Digital TV Public Notice (92 KB)
Digital TV information (1938 KB)
RADF Expression of Interest (91 KB)
Keeping of Horses
Residents of the Shire keeping horses in a house yard or on vacant land are reminded of the need to ensure other residents of the Shire are not affected. Manure should be removed daily along with uneaten feed with the aim of discouraging flies, vermin and unpleasant odours. Water containers should be cleaned regularly to maintain hygiene and discourage mosquito breeding. Grazing near manure greatly increases the chance of horses picking up internal parasites. The best thing to do with the collected manure is compost it.
Does your dog roam the streets? Do you let your dog 'off' for a run?
As a dog owner you are obligated to ensure that the rest of the community is not affected by nuisance barking dogs or dogs wondering the streets during the day or night! Often dogs contained in their yard bark at other dogs that are roaming the streets. Dogs barking for whatever reason day or night disrupt the lifestyles of neighbouring residents. If you are the owner of one of those dogs that 'get out' or are 'let off' please consider others and ensure that your dog/dogs are confined to your yard. All dogs are to be under 'effective control' when they are out of the yard. Do not let them 'off' for a run and let them out of your yard even for a short time.
Keeping of Pigs
Residents of the Shire are reminded that the Keeping of Pigs within town areas is prohibited. Local Law No. 6 Keeping and Control of Animals states that 'The keeping of any pigs on any land is absolutely prohibited except where development approval to keep pigs has been granted under the Town Planning Scheme.' Council confirmed its stance on the keeping of pigs within the town areas at a recent Council Meeting. Should you be keeping a pig/pigs within any of the town areas you are requested to remove the pig/pigs immediately.