LVRC Brief

Registrations for the Welcome Baby Celebration are now open. Picture: LVRC

Woodlands Road roadworks

LVRC has identified a portion of Woodlands Road that requires extensive rehabilitation works, which will result in delays to road users under traffic control.

These works aim to improve the safety and reliability of this intersection by improving the sight distances, road surface drains, intersection layout, pavement condition and aim to mitigate the causes of previous crash incidents, while also widening the road.

Works are scheduled to commence on 18 March and will require one lane to be closed for the majority of the project, which is expected to be completed in August, weather permitting.

Environmental grants now open

Applications for LVRC’s Community Environmental Grants Program are now open, with funding of $500 to $5000 available to schools and community organisations to deliver projects that focus on environmental initiatives, education, management, conservation, enhancement and building capacity for long-term sustainability.

Grants will be awarded on merit and the availability of funds.

Applications close 15 April. Visit lockyervalley.qld.gov.au/our-council/grants-and-funding

Registrations open for Welcome Baby Celebration

LVRC’s Welcome Baby Celebration is an opportunity to introduce and welcome babies born in 2023 as a valued member of the Lockyer Valley Community and is being held on Saturday 25 May at 10am.

If you or someone you know has a baby born in 2023, you are welcome to join council for a wonderful morning of celebration and community connection.

Each family receives a certificate from the Mayor, and a First 5 Forever library pack.

The celebration will conclude with morning tea.

To register, visit lockyervalley.qld.gov.au/welcome-baby