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Ipswich City Council handed down its budget on Thursday, 30 June 2022. This budget focuses on flood recovery, delivering first-class services, and keeping pace with the rapid growth and transformation of our region.
Explore the actual operating financial results against the current and past budgets adopted by Council.
Learn how Council is coordinating the recovery and reconstruction of Ipswich following the severe weather impacts in early 2022.
This story will be available in early 2023.
In late 2021 Ipswich City Council held an online auction of memorabilia, raising more than $61,000 for domestic and family violence prevention.
Explore Council's basic contract details for all awarded contracts and procurements over $10,000 (ex GST).
Ipswich City Council has operated a number of beneficial enterprises (also known as controlled entities), which were formed under the Local Government Act 2009. Council resolved to wind-up and deregister a number of its controlled entities.
The Ipswich Smart City Program was a series of projects developed to address a range of Ipswich challenges and opportunities.
Between 2015 and 2020, Ipswich City Council invested just over $4.6 million in the Ipswich Smart City Program.
Ipswich City Council handed down its budget on Tuesday, 30 June 2020. The budget was developed in alignment with Council’s Corporate Plan 2017-2022 and the strategic priorities of the newly elected Council.
Ipswich City Council collects rates and other charges to provide a wide range of services to the community. These services are provided in line with Council’s five-year priorities set out in the Corporate Plan 2017-2022.
This retrospective look shows all contractual arrangements executed by Council with an identified value over $200,000 (ex GST) at the time of contract execution. Ipswich City Council’s contracts are diverse in nature and span several procurement categories.