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Public lighting

Council strives to provide public spaces that are safe, secure and free from the fear of crime.

If an area is attracting crime or disorder, we conduct a safety audit to identify what environmental design modifications can improve safety, including improvements to lighting.

If you have a request or concern regarding lighting, see below to establish who you should contact.

Street lighting

Street lighting is provided to improve road user safety at night by lighting roads and footpaths. This is particularly important at higher risk locations, such as intersections, sharp bends, pedestrian crossings and road islands.

Council does not install street lights to provide security lighting for private properties.

Street light glare

If you are experiencing issues with street light glare entering your property, please complete the glare shield application [PDF 0.3MB] to request an investigation of streetlight glare.

Request a new street light

To request a new street light, please contact Redland City Council:

Report a fault with street lighting

To report a faulty street light, contact Energex on 13 12 53.

Report a fault with lighting on Council property

Council maintains all non-standard lighting, such as park lighting, bollards and streetscape lights.

To report a fault or issue with these lights, please contact Redland City Council: