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Division 2 - Cr William Owen-Jones

Division 2 includes the suburbs of Helensvale, Monterey Keys, Oxenford, Studio Village and parts of Arundel and Upper Coomera.  

Contact details

Phone: 07 5582 8555
Fax:      07 5582 8545
Mobile: 0412 242 622
EmailDivision2@goldcoast.qld.gov.au

Postal address

City of Gold Coast
PO Box 5042
GCMC QLD 9729 Australia

Office location

Helensvale Library and Cultural Centre
Corner Sir John Overall Drive and Lindfield Road, Helensvale

Council Committees

  • Council
  • Governance and Administration
  • City Infrastructure
  • City Planning
  • Special Budget
  • Audit Advisory Committee

Mayoral and Divisional Donations Programs 2017-18

Additional guidelines for Division 2 applications - Local Law and Order:

Neighbourhood Watch Groups (available funds $4500)

Grants of up to $500 to assist with the preparation and distribution of quarterly newsletters (or similar collateral).

Resident Associations (available funds $2000)

Grants of up to $500 towards administrative support, or capacity building initiatives for activities within Division 2 communities.

School Parents and Citizens Associations (available funds $7500)

Grants of between $500 and $2000 to go towards capacity building initiatives (please note, the number of students and/or families may be used as a guide in assisting with the equitable allocation of funds in 2017-18).

Service Clubs (available funds $5000)

Project grants of between $1000 and $2500 in relation to supporting community projects in the division.

Community Centres, Halls and Club Facilities (available funds $8000)

Grants of between $1000 to $4000 for building/ground repairs and maintenance.

Sporting Clubs and Youth Organisations (balance funding available - $13,000 less allocations to the five categories above)

Grants between $500 and $2000 towards capacity building, repairs and maintenance to club facilities, administrative support or promotional materials (please note, the number of students and/or families may be used as a guide in assisting with the equitable allocation of funds in 2017-18).

This year we have increased the allocation by $5000 which will be allocated towards local community groups in the abovementioned categories who have attended our grants making workshop.

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