Welcome to this edition of eConnect, Gladstone Regional Council's fortnightly online newsletter. Here's a snapshot of news and events around our region:
Children aged 10 years and under can win eco-friendly prizes by entering the 'Don't Dump in My Backyard' colouring in competition.
Youth Week begins
National Youth Week celebrations for young people aged 12-25 will be held around the Gladstone Region from April 10-19.
Council's annual community donations program is open to local not-for-profit groups and organisations. Applications are due by April 30.
Marina bridge closure
The Matthew Flinders (Marina) Bridge is closed to tall marine traffic but open to motorists and pedestrians for about four months until repairs start.
'Grown in Gladstone' is the theme for Ecofest, Council's annual environmental event, on May 31 at Tondoon Botanic Gardens.
Free family fun
Wear your favourite patterned outfit and head to the Gallery & Museum from 10am-1pm on April 11 for 'Jemima Wyman: Pattern Bandits on Tour'.
Our Place Our Plan
Council's proposed Planning Scheme was updated based on community feedback and is now with the State Government for approval.
Key Stage One Calliope Cemetery North project works are complete, including new car parks and a road entrance off Morcom Street.
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