- Wednesday 17 February 2021
Have you checked out council’s free online tool to help residents and visitors better navigate local roads?Roads Hub - roads.sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au – can assist you to plan ahead and be aware of road works or other events which may impact traffic.
I encourage you to visit the site before heading out and about, it can save you time and ensure you know where you might encounter delays, giving you the option to consider leaving earlier or plan to take an alternative route.
Well done to Maleny’s Natalie Gauci who is among 11 Sunshine Coast region creative arts workers to share in more than $65,000 in Regional Arts Development Funding (RADF).
The 2007 Australian Idol winner received $5,000 for the development of her new album, ‘Pictures of Mars’.
There’s still time for community groups to apply for council’s Major Grants program.
Eligible not-for-profit organisations can receive up to $15,000 for projects, events and activities that meet community need and provide community benefit.
Grants of up to $30,000 are also available for infrastructure projects that involve the development, maintenance or improvement of buildings or land that contribute to providing a safe, accessible and inclusive community facility.
The current Major Grant round closes 15 March 2021, visit council’s website www.sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au for all the details.
Register your pets
Your pet is your responsibility and it’s important you ensure your pet is well behaved and clean-up after it.
There is plenty of information available on council’s website to help you responsibly care for your dogs and cats.
Many people don’t realise both must be registered with Sunshine Coast Council.
As a cat owner, you must also ensure your cat doesn’t pose a risk to wildlife. Please keep your cat contained and don’t let them roam off your property.
Keeping you connected
Please do keep an eye on my Facebook page for the latest Division 5 news and information. Visit www.facebook.com/winstonjohnstondivision5scc.