Footpath and nature strip maintenance
We repair and maintain footpaths, nature strips and drainage reserves in Logan City.
To report maintenance issues on footpaths or nature strips, please call us on 07 3412 5436 or email email@example.com.
Residents are responsible for mowing the nature strips in residential areas. In some cases, residents can ask us to mow their nature strip due to disability or medical reasons.
For more information or to request nature strip mowing, please call us on 07 3412 3412 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
To request mowing of a park, reserve or an overgrown property, please call us on 07 3412 3412 or email us at email@example.com.
Gardens and artificial turf on footpaths
We encourage tree planting and beautification of our nature strips, but we need to make sure that gardens don’t cause any safety issues.
For more information about gardens and artificial turf on nature strips, please download the following:
- Fact sheet for gardens on footpaths including artificial turf (PDF 545 KB)
- Standard drawing for landscaping areas on footpaths (PDF 179 KB)
- List of approved plants for gardens on footpaths (PDF 410 KB).
To apply for a garden or artificial turf on your nature strip, please apply online or download and complete the appropriate form:
- download and fill in Resident gardens on footpaths application form (PDF 72 KB)
- download and fill in Artificial turf on footpaths application form (PDF 76 KB).
Please note that gardens on footpath applications are self-assessable.
Shipping containers and skip bins on footpaths
We may permit you to put a shipping container or skip bin on the footpath or nature strip area for up to 14 days.
You must ask for approval to make sure the shipping container or skip bin does not cause any safety issues. We will not approve applications for shipping containers to be placed over concrete pathways or on the roadway.
To apply for a shipping container or skip bin on the footpath, please apply online or download and fill in Application form to store shipping container and skip bin on the footpath (PDF 102 KB) and return to us.
For more information about shipping containers on private property, please download our Shipping Container Fact Sheet (PDF 136 KB).
Requests for new footpath are considered according to these criteria:
- potential use
- providing access and inclusion for all
- completing missing footpath links to achieve a connected network.
To request a new footpath, please call us on 07 3412 4551 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.