In a Queensland first, Noosa residents will have the opportunity to recycle their sheets, towels, pillowcases and other textiles on June 5.
An excavator and D6 dozer will on Monday boost efforts to remove the remaining washed-up pontoons from Noosa’s beaches.
Stage one of construction to upgrade the Noosa Parade corridor, one of Noosa’s busiest pedestrian and cycle routes, is well under way.
Council crews and community volunteers are working non-stop to restore flood-damaged properties and businesses.
Due to the ongoing flood recovery efforts, Noosa Council has extended its Community Grants deadline.
Residents who’d like to help clean up polystyrene debris along Noosa’s eastern beaches can access rubbish bags at local beach access points from lunchtime tomorrow (Tuesday).
Council crews and community development officers are out assessing flood impacted areas and talking to residents.
Please be patient as we work with the community to clean up.
Council welcomes $3.39 million in Black Summer Bushfire Recovery funding to ensure the shire is disaster ready and builds on its resilience.
A plan to rezone a Council-owned housing lot on Toulambi Street will give the Noosa Heads site the environmental protections local residents have called for.
New opportunities for local individuals, businesses and not-for-profit community and environment organisations as council opens a range of grant programs.
Free weekend buses become a reality for Noosa on Saturday as council kicks off a 12-month trial that will see free weekend travel on all existing Translink services operating within Noosa.