Rivers and Waterways

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Rivers and waterways play a critical role in the history and the future City of Logan.

See 'All Projects' for updates or to have your say.

Rivers and waterways play a critical role in the history and the future City of Logan.

See 'All Projects' for updates or to have your say.

  • Upper Oxley Creek Catchment Plan Draft - Closed

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    08 Jun 2020
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    Council is seeking your comment on the Draft Logan City Council Upper Oxley Creek Catchment Plan.

    Following 8 weeks of community consultation, the plan presents a vision for a healthy Oxley Creek catchment.

    In partnership with the community, the plan will guide Council on how to care and celebrate the catchment.

  • What is your vision for the future of Oxley Creek? - CLOSED

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    25 Oct 2019
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    Council is seeking your input into the development of the Logan City Council (LCC) Oxley Creek Catchment Plan (the Plan). Oxley Creek is one of the major tributaries of the Brisbane River and is an important feature in our city landscape. Council is keen to develop a plan for the catchment that is based on community input and aligns with community expectations.

    The opportunity to share your vision for Oxley Creek will close at 11.45 pm on the 24th of November.

  • Scrubby Creek Recovery Plan Community Survey - CLOSED

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    01 Mar 2019
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    This consultation has concluded.

    We are seeking your input to help direct our next urban creek recovery plan for Scrubby Creek.

    The 'Scrubby Creek Recovery Plan' will assess the catchment’s current condition and considering the catchments values and risks. It will also identify opportunities to enhance the health and community connection to the creek.

    Feedback for this closed on Sunday 24 March.

  • Slacks Creek's Catchment Recovery Project - CLOSED

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    04 Mar 2019
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    This consultation has concluded.

    Slacks Creek flows through the heart of Logan City. It's not the Logan River's biggest tributary but it links some of the city's busiest suburbs to the river.