Petitions allow the community to bring matters of concern to Council's attention. Council can be petitioned for any matter that comes under its jurisdiction.
- makes a request of Council, or expresses an objection or viewpoint
- is signed by ten or more persons
- contains the names and addresses of the individual signatories.
How to complete a petition
- Download our Petition to Redland City Council form [PDF 40kB]. This form can also be obtained in person at our customer service centres.
- State your request of Council or action required.
- The petition must be signed by the principal petitioner and all supporting petitioners.
Where to send a petition
The petition should be addressed to the relevant Divisional Councillor or the Chief Executive Officer and be either:
- posted to Redland City Council, PO Box 21, Cleveland QLD 4163
- handed in at our Cleveland or Capalaba Customer Service Centre.
What happens next?
- A petition to Redland City Council will be presented by the relevant divisional councillor to a General Meeting of Council.
- The petition cannot be debated at the meeting where it is presented.
- The subsequent options for a petition are outlined in Meetings Standing Orders (POL-3127) [PDF 0.3MB] - refer to page 4, point 6 on petitions.