Barking dogs

All dogs bark, but some barking dogs become a real neighbourhood nuisance.  Council has released a Fact Sheet to assist people in dealing with barking dogs. 167kb   Fact Sheet:...

Facts on water meters and water usage

Charters Towers Regional Council has prepared a document to inform ratepayers and residents how to avoid excess water charges. The information contains valuable information on monitoring water usage...

Councillor Joe Cooper has a passion: Charters Towers

  Nobody was more surprised than Joe Cooper when he was elected a Councillor of Charters Towers Regional Council at the April 2012 Local Government Elections. "Once I decided to...

Call for volunteers to join the Visitor Information Centre

There is no better way of promoting Charters Towers than being part of the volunteer team at the Visitor Information Centre (VIC). That is the opinion of two long-time VIC volunteers, Rob...

Don't plant trees on your footpath - Council warning

Charters Towers Regional Council is reminding residents not to plant trees on Council-owned footpaths.   The call follows two requests from residents to remove problem trees from footpaths in...

Charters Towers Regional Council creates art for all Queenslanders

Projects in Charters Towers have come alive as part of one of the State's most active arts programs, announced by Charters Towers Regional Council CEO Mark Crawley. "The Regional Arts...

Council cancels compulsory cat registration

Cat owners in the Charters Towers Regional Council area will no longer be required to register their pets after a Council decision to scrap mandatory cat registration. This follows the repeal of...

Welcome to Roads Infrastructure

The Roads Infrastructure department consists of a Director, plant operators and labourers, engineer, supervisors and foremen, surveyor, road inspectors and administration assistants...
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Vandals Destroy Community Facilities

Newly installed solar lights on the Towers Hill walkway have been vandalised over the weekend. 12 new solar lights were installed on Friday and by Saturday, 5 of the lights had been destroyed along...

Rural Industry Advisory Committee Successful with new Gate and Grid Policy

Throughout our region many privately owned grids and gates are used on public roads to control the movement of livestock. These grids and gates need to follow certain guidelines to be compliant...

Go Slow! Asbestos it's a NO Go!

National Asbestos Awareness Month launched on 01 November with the campaign’s new message, “Renovating? Go Slow! Asbestos – It’s a NO GO!” reminding Australian’s...

Are you an Artist?

Art can be strange, wonderful, creative, colourful, a little of everything and more. It can take many forms, from painting, to sculpture, photos, to street art. The task to create can be daunting...

2017 Queensland State Elections

The following information has been provided by the Electoral Commission of Qld, in response to a request for advice regarding the 2017 State Government Elections:   “Voters can contact...

Organisational Review

Today Council resolved to implement a draft three directorate structure. This change will assist Council in delivering efficient and effective services for our communities. The new directorates...

Pavement reconstruction at roundabout Monday 06 November 2017

Council contractors will be undertaking profiling and placing bitumen treated base (BTB) at the Gill and Boundary Streets roundabout. These works will commence Monday 06 November 2017 until...

Notice of Special Meeting

NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING Notice is hereby given of a  SPECIAL MEETING OF THE CHARTERS TOWERS REGIONAL COUNCIL, COMMENCING AT 9:00AM, FRIDAY 03 NOVEMBER 2017, AT COUNCIL'S BOARD...

Advance notice of Council facility closure - City Hall

City Hall will be closed on Thursday, 26 October 2017, between 8:30am and 12:30pm due to staff training commitments. All Council enquiries are requested to be directed to the Admin Centre at 12...

Six traineeships to be made available

Charters Towers Regional Council will employ 6 new trainees as part of the Queensland Government’s “Skilling Queenslanders for Work” First Start program.   First Start is...