Have your say

Keep up-to-date with events where we would love your input and use our yoursay.tr.qld.gov.au website and make a formal comment on public projects and tasks as part of our engagement strategy.

HaveYourSay website
yoursay.toowoombarc.qld.gov.au This site gives you the opportunity to provide your thoughts, feelings and ideas on a range of Toowoomba Regional Council projects and activities. To participate, click on an open project. Your feedback will help inform and influence the decisions we make. ...
Wheelbarrow of mulch
One of the major waste streams we manage in our region is garden waste. This is currently processed into a ‘mulch’ and made available to domestic customers. We'd like to hear your views on the garden waste mulch product, particularly around quality, loading and times of access. We know there may be opportunities to change the current product/service to add value for customers and this may include a different cost structure for different ...
There are a number of ways you can engage with a local Councillor. You can attend a Council meeting, arrange a meeting personally or attend a Councillor visit.    Councillor regional visits Each month Councillors visit towns across the region to enjoy our wonderful region and talk to people. Dates and times for these visits are customised to suit local circumstances. On Friday 17 February 2017 Councillors will be heading to the following locations:   Cooyar Time: betwe ...
Petitions allow the community to bring matters of concern to Council's attention. Council can be petitioned for any matter that comes under our Local Government jurisdiction. Requirements for preparing a petition 1) A petition to be presented to Council must: Be on paper Be addressed to: Chief Executive OfficerToowoomba Regional CouncilPO Box 3021, Toowoomba QLD 4350 Refer to a matter on which the Council has the power to act State the reasons for petitioning Council Contain a requ ...
The Toowoomba region is known for its wonderful parks and open spaces and we are busting to share these with you through our Bold Adventure Summer Challenge. The Summer Challenge adds some fun and creativity when exploring our region. The challenges range from snapping your face in a selfie frame, writing with chalk on an ideas path, finding the footprints, sharing your memories and so much more! The more you ...
We’ve listened to your feedback about the re-naming of Tower Park in Crows Nest. Do you think it should be named Garrahy Park after the original family who owned the land, or do you think it should be named Gus Mitchell Park after Francis Augustus Charles Emmanuel Mitchell, a pioneer of the Crows Nest area.  We have also received suggestions to rename Holly Avenue Park to Herman Franke Park, a ...
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