Hooning in Logan has been getting a lot of media attention in the recent months. Now with the dropping of the budget Logan City Council plan to spend money to restore peace and quiet to the city’s streets.

In a new plan, council will develop a Hooning Action Plan through an Anti‐Hooning Task Force comprising several councillors.

Council has allocated $250,000 towards proactive measures to stop hoons on local streets with the task force set to support the Queensland Police Service in their fight.

Pet Rego

While some sections of the budget will see residents paying more, the cost of compulsory pet registration in Logan remains unchanged across all registration classes.

A desexed adult cat and dog or a kitten and puppy under 12 months of age (for their first registration period only) will continue to cost $36 for a full-year registration.

Registration notices will be emailed and mailed from July 29 with payment due by August 31.

The 2020/2021 animal registration renewal period runs from September 1 to August 31 next year.

All cats and dogs over the age of 12 weeks in the City of Logan must be registered.

Council is also continuing with lifetime registration tags, so there is no need to dispose of a pet’s current tag. Free replacements are available where your cat or dog is currently registered.

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