Council has many goals for providing opportunities to residents and businesses in Logan City, and protecting our waterways and environment. The following plans outline strategies to guide Council's programs and activities over the coming years, to achieve those goals for the city.
Key areas for Council to work on in developing the community in arts, culture and heritage are outlined in Council's strategy.
Council's plan to building a connected, healthy and sustainable community.
The Cultural Diversity Policy and the Logan City Cultural Diversity Strategy will assist the development of the city as a socially sustainable and culturally integrated community, which ensures the continual improvement of service delivery into the future.
Council's plan that provides direction for the Local Disaster Management Group to respond to disasters and emergency situations.
Council is reviewing community facilities city wide, including community centres, sporting venues, and arts and cultural facilities, and will develop a community infrastructure strategy.
The Cornubia Forest Management Plan will guide the future management and maintenance of Cornubia Forest.
Council's plans to address public health, sharps management and immunisation needs in Logan City.
Council's annual residents' survey helps us to determine the level of importance and satisfaction with Council's current services to ensure plan effectively for the needs of our growing community.
Council's pest management plan to identify environmentally significant areas for monitoring and how Council aims to improve the effectiveness of its pest control activities.
Creating a Safer City is Council's strategy to put in place actions to address crime and safety issues in Logan City.
Council's plans to create an 'active logan' where physical activity is part of our every day lives. View the concept master plans for parks in Logan City.
The Integrated Local Transport Plan which guides Council's programs for different modes of transport in Logan City and the continuous upgrade of the city's road network.
Council's strategy of using water sensitive urban design (WSUD) as a new way of sustainably managing stormwater from urban areas.