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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Public Notice - Road Surfacing Works - Charters Towers

As part of Councils ongoing commitment to maintaining our current assets, road surfacing works will begin Monday 20 January 2020 for approximately two months. Some works will be undertaken at night...

PUBLIC NOTICE - Gill Street - Temporary Closure - 16 Jan 2020

Due to a water leak, Gill Street is temporarily closed around the Enterprise Road and Gill Street intersection.   Council crews are on-site and attending to the issue.   We...

Get Ready for this storm season

  Charters Towers Regional Council is encouraging residents to be prepared this storm season. It’s not a matter of ‘if’ but ‘when’ a weather event will occur in...

Councillor message - Water Infrastructure Upgrade Project - January 2020 Update - Cr Alan Barr

  In May of 2018, Council began work on the Water Infrastructure Upgrade Project (WIUP) which included the construction of a new water treatment plant and other upgrades in Charters Towers. ...

Public Notice - Centenary Park Open - Lissner Park Closed

  Centenary Park Open.   Work at Centenary Park to remove hanging broken tree limbs has been completed and the Park is now open from today 14 January 2020.   Lissner Park to...