The LGMA Queensland Awards for Excellence recognise the outstanding achievements in Queensland local government. Congratulations to all the nominees and a special mention to the category winners and finalists - well done and well deserved. The various projects presented in the nominations are testament to the diversity, dedication, innovation and collaboration that is Queensland local government. Congratulations to all the council teams and staff working hard across the sector - we thank you for supporting your communities. Please view the Awards Magazine below that outlines all 2021 nominations - some amazing projects and initiatives.
AWARD WINNERS for 2021 included:
Teamwork – Ipswich City Council – Food Truck Friendly Council – proudly supported by King and Company Solicitors.
Workplace Wellbeing – Cook Shire Council – Health and Safety Leadership and Culture Initiative – proudly supported by Preston Law.
Community Shaping – Western Downs Regional Council – Shaping Stronger, More Resilient and Productive Communities - proudly supported by Preston Law.
Collaboration – Logan City Council – Safety Camera and District Tasking Partnership – proudly supported by the Department of State Development, Infrastructure, Local Government and Planning.
Doing More with Less – Burdekin Shire Council – Virtual Festival – proudly supported by the Department of State Development, Infrastructure, Local Government and Planning.
Innovation – Ipswich City Council – Karalee Library Pod – proudly supported by King and Company Solicitors.
Sustainability – Bulloo Shire Council – Water Cooling Project – proudly supported by Yurika.
Above and Beyond – Garry Mason – Douglas Shire Council – proudly supported by LGIAsuper.
Award Finalists for 2021 included:
Scenic Rim Regional Council – Planning Scheme – Consultation and Stakeholder Engagement
South Burnett Regional Council – Drone Operations
Sunshine Coast Council – Stay Connect Create
Ipswich city Council – Open Ipswich – Transparency and Integrity Hub
Isaac Regional Council – Regional Planning Scheme and Coastal Planning Provisions
Scenic Rim Regional Council – Be Healthy and Active
Western Downs Regional Council – Groovin’ in the Garden
City of Gold Coast – Griffith Centre for Coastal Management Collaboration
City of Gold Coast – Queensland Border Closure
Mackay Regional Council – Water Industry Worker Program
Redland City Council – Hear Here Council eLearning Training Package
Cairns Regional Council – Smart Catchments Saltwater Creek
Cassowary Coast Regional Council – Water Quality Management Program
Ipswich City Council – Ipswich Trekker 2.0
Moreton Bay Regional Council – The Automated and Integrated Defect Hunter
Logan City Council – Cedar Grove Environmental Centre
Rockhampton Regional Council – Sustainable Futures Rockhampton
Western Downs Regional Council – COVID-19 Recovery Package