City of Gold Coast (City) is responsible for a number of local regulatory matters, including overgrown land, most residential noise concerns, vegetation management and animal control.
Many issues affecting our local neighbourhoods fall within the control of state and federal legislation. For example, the State's Department of Environment and Heritage regulates noise from commercial or industrial premises, or from powered craft on the city's waterways.
Follow the links below to find information on neighbourhood issues such as:
City rewards policy
The City strongly encourages members of the community to report information that could lead to the arrest or conviction of a person who has committed a crime, however the City does not allocate rewards for such information.
Under local law, reports resulting in a conviction can and do lead to monetary rewards in some situations.
However, all applications for rewards (whether under a local or any other law) are referred to, and dealt with by, Crime Stoppers Queensland.